• Portugal are currently unbeaten in four matches against Austria (W1 D3). Their last meeting was back in October 1995 (1-1 in a Euro qualifier) whilst Austria’s last victory was in November 1979 (2-1 in Lisbon, Euro qualifier).
  • Three of the last four meetings between these sides have ended in a 1-1 draw (1-0 Portugal in 1994); neither team has managed to score more than once during this time.
  • Austria have conceded exactly once to Portugal in each of their last five matches against them.
  • Portugal and Austria are playing each other in the finals of a major tournament for the very first time.
  • Austria registered a 9-1 win over Portugal in a World Cup qualifier in September 1953; they have never managed to score more in a single game (also 9-0 vs Malta 1977).
  • Austria come into this game having lost three of their last four matches (including friendlies, W1 L3). That win came against Malta.
  • Portugal have only claimed one victory in their last five games (D3 L1) played at major tournaments (World Cup and European Championships).
  • Austria have never kept a clean sheet at the European Championships; conceding at least once each of their four games.
  • In fact, Austria have gone 13 games without a clean sheet at a major tournament, last keeping one against Algeria at the 1982 World Cup.
  • Portugal had 26 shots in their opening game; the most of any nation across the first round Euro 2016 matches.
  • None of Austria’s last 28 shots at the European Championships have found the back of the net.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo will become Portugal’s outright most capped player if he features in this match; he’s currently level with Luis Figo (127).
  • Cristiano Ronaldo has now had 34 direct free-kick shots in major tournaments for Portugal (World Cup and European Championships); he hasn’t scored with any of them.
  • Ronaldo attempted 10 shots versus Iceland; four more than anybody else across the opening round of group games. However, only one of those efforts were on target.