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Your starting point is to test for spark, iinjecter pulse and fuel pressure. When you find out which of them is missing, you'l know what system is having problems.
If you have all of those, then you need to check your timing marks on the timing belt.
Yes, the fuel pressure is designed to run at a specific pressure. A noid light would test whether the necessary signal is arriving at the fuel injecter and obviously a strong sparg is necessary to run. If you have all this and the compression is good, the car should be doing something, at least some backfiring, even if the firing order was wrong.
Here's what the noid light looks like. They are cheap to buy.