Austria are much fancied dark horses in Euro 2016. They have a great squad and a real star man in Bayern Munich’s David Alaba. They romped their qualifying group and could make a real impact at Euro 2016.
Marcell Koller's men were unbeaten in qualifying, winning nine out of ten of the matches with a draw to Sweden there only blemish on a otherwise perfect qualification campaign. However, Austria won the return fixture 4-1 and dismantled Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his Sweden team mates with a deadly display of counter attacking football. Veteren striker Marc Janko led the scoring charts with seven goals and he will be one to watch this summer along with his Austria compatriots.
They have been dealt what looks a relitivaly easy group on paper and will be expecting wins against Hungary and Iceland. They also play Portugal in a top quality clash which may likely decide who tops group F.
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Despite being drawn into Group G with heavy-hitters Sweden and Russia, Austria produced a dominant display throughout the qualifying stages of Euro 2016 by going undefeated throughout, with a 1-1 draw in the first group game against Sweden being the only time that they didn't win. Since then, they have shown an excellent combination of attacking and defensive prowess, maintaining the highest goalscoring record in the group with 22 goals in total, conceding only five in the process.
While it was expected that the other three teams in the group - Montenegro, Liechtenstein and Moldova - would be relatively easy pickings, Russia lost 4 points by drawing to both Moldova and Montenegro, while Sweden were unable to beat Montenegro on one of two occasions. As such, the anticipated key games between the top three teams were not high-pressure situations for Austria, thanks to their consistency shown in previous fixtures. This can be seen most prominently in their 4-1 victory against Sweden away from home. In the end they amassed a comfortable 8-point lead at the top of the Group G table and they are definitely ones to watch this summer at Euro 2016.
Their sensational Euro 2016 qualifying campaign has placed them in the top 10 of FIFA's rankings for the first time ever, and they will surely want to continue this momentum into the knockout stages of the tournament.
Austria possess a deadly counter attack and have goals in abundance from all over the pitch. Marc Janko's seven goals were supported by David Alaba's four goals as Marco Arnautovic and Martin Harnik chipped in with three goals each.
David Alaba is undoubtedly Austria's talisman player. At only 23, he has racked up an extensive list of honours, including being voted Austrian Footballer of the Year the last four consecutive years; winning the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich four times; and being Austria's youngest debutant when he played for them in 2009 at the age of 17.
Known for his seemingly endless versatility on the pitch, with Bayern boss Pep Guardiola stating that "he has played in nearly all 10 positions", he lines up as a midfielder for the national team, having scored 4 and assisted 3 in the qualifying campaign. Alaba's vision, energy and eye for goal is surely one of the top reasons to buy Austria Euro 2016 tickets.
With 25 goals in his first 50 caps, Marc Janko has been a consistent goalscorer for his country since 2006, as well as being prolific at almost every club in his career - most notably, 75 goals in 107 appearances for Red Bull Salzburg, and 13 goals in 14 appearances at one stage for current club FC Basel.
At 32 years old, Austria's shot at winning Euro 2016 is likely going to be his last major tournament, and he could certainly be the difference when it comes to providing goals when they need them most. With 7 goals and 2 assists in qualifying, Marc Janko knows where the back of the net is.
One to watch out for
Marko Arnautović is a name that many Premier League fans will know, a stalwart for Stoke City since they signed him in 2013. In terms of his role in the national team, he has been a regular since 2008 with over 50 caps, playing both as a winger and a forward when required.
Having started in all 10 matches of the qualifying campaign, while providing 3 goals and 2 assists in the process, we can expect Arnautović to be as consistent as ever in the knockout stages of Austria's Euro 2016 campaign. Arnautovic had a reputation as 'the bad boy of Austrian football' however the 27 year-old appears to have calmed down and enters Euro 2016 on the back of a very successful season at Stoke City in the Premier League this season.
Austria's Marcel Sabitzer may not be a name that most are familiar with, given that he plays in the second tier of German football for RB Leipzig, but this year's Euros could be the time for this 21-year old forward to shine. Having scored the extra time winner in their 3-2 victory against Montenegro during the qualifying stages, he could provide the energy required to give them the edge over their opponents and to take Austria far in the tournament. The 21 year-old is a tricky winger with an eye for goal and spent last season on loan at Red Bull Salzburg where he scored 19 goals. Earlier in his career, Sabitzer was on the radar of some of Europe's biggest clubs and an impressive Euro 2016 may see some of the big clubs come calling once more. Austria t
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Austria v Hungary play once again, as they so often have in the past. This one won't just be of interest to the fans of each country but also for the neutral too. You can find plenty of Austria v Hungary tickets for this match online at Football Ticket Pad as the two sides lock horns in Bordeaux. This is the first time that Austria have had to qualify for the Euros having been co-hosts at Euro 2012. Four years on and Austria will be hoping for a better start this time round having lost all three of their group matches last time. Austria are favourites for this opening fixture and if they can replicate their Euro qualifying form then they can be a match for any team. David Alaba is the Austrian's key man but he will need his team mates around him to play to their full potential and get off to a winning start.
Don't forget to put this one in your diary, it's set to a corker of a tie! Austria surprised many in Qualifying losing only 1 in 10. This will unnerve Portugal and they will have their work cut out trying to to break through a compact midfield and resolute Austrian defence! They do of course fortunately have Cristiano Ronaldo to call upon. He's in outstanding form going into the Euro 2016 tournament and will be an early favourite for the Golden boot. With Ronaldo on the pitch Portugal are capable of anything, however if Austria nulify the supply to the Ballon D'or winner, Austria may spring a surprise and be on course to top the group ahead of Portugal who have never failed to qualify from the group stages. Marko Janko will look to continue his goalscoring exploits as the experienced striker looks to make history and take Austria to the knockout stages for the first time. Catch the action live in Paris at the Parc Des Princes with Portugal v Austria tickets courtesy of Football Ticket Pad.
Iceland v Austria
The final group game sees Iceland take on Austria in Saint-Dennis, and could be decisive for either of the two teams.
Expect the Stade De France to be packed to the rafters. The omens look good for Austria who have never lost to Iceland in their three previous meetings. There most recent encounter was a friendly match in Innsbruck in 2014 which finihsed 1-1 when Kolbeinn Sigthorsson cancelled out Marcel Sabitzer's strike. However, Iceland are making their first ever appearance at a major tournament and they will be hoping to give their fans something to cheer about with captain Gylfi Sigurdsson leading the way. With the potential of it being a group decider tickets will be in high demand so don't wait until the day before to purchase your Iceland v Austria tickets. Whether you're a tourist visiting Paris at this time or a die hard supporter of either nation, we have tickets to cater for all at Football Ticket Pad.
A beautiful city with its world-renowned wine and stunning architecture which has pretty much remained unchanged for the last 200 years, boasting the second largest number of listed buildings outside of Paris. Wine is very much part of the city’s culture and heritage which has become the city’s main source of wealth and fame. Bordeaux is also famous for its trading links, shipbuilding and biotechnology and has a number of attractions for any visitor looking to travel to Bordeaux this summer for the European Championships.
The French capital needs no introduction and is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The city is buzzing all year round so when the Euro 2016 tournament begins the city will become the central hub for all travelling fans, hosting five matches throughout the tournament at the Parc Des Princes Stadium. It is one of the most visited cities in the world with some of the best restaurants and attractions making it a must see city for any travelling fan this summer.