Thursday, October 29, 2020

Slovenia 21/20 to beat Moldova to nil in Wednesday’s Nations League matchup

Tom Dunstan in Betting Tips and News 13 Oct 2020


Competition: UEFA Nations League

Market: Slovenia win to nil

Odds: 21/20 @ 888sport

With a golden chance to extend on their Nations League purple patch, Slovenia will make the trip to Moldova on Wednesday night.

Starting with the hosts, hugely outplayed against Greece over the weekend and hit with what turned out to be a routine 2-0 defeat on home soil, Moldova have continued to limp on what has been an extended rut. While the Blues might have managed to open up this year’s Nations League campaign with a stalemate against Kosovo on home soil, they have since lost each of their last three appearances on the bounce, including a 1-0 defeat against Wednesday’s guests last month. Now without a win to their name across any competition since way back in June 2019, Engin Fırat’s men have also lost 11 of those 12 contests and have a real reputation for their issues in the final third. Drawing another blank against Greece last time out, Moldova have managed to score just a single goal in over 500 minutes of action.

As for the visitors, while Moldova might find themselves in the midst of a woeful 12-match winless run, Slovenia have continued to impress and appear to be cruising towards top spot in Group C. Picking up what was a deserved 1-0 win away in Kosovo over the weekend, Matjaž Kek’s men have won their last three contests on the bounce and are yet to taste defeat in this year’s tournament. Enjoying their brightest run since failing to secure a spot at next year’s delayed European Championships, it is also worth highlighting that the midweek guests are yet to concede a single goal in any of their last four appearances on the spin. Winning all three of their previous meetings against Wednesday’s hosts, we’re backing a routine night’s work for a high-flying Slovenia.

Bet: Slovenia 21/20 to beat Moldova to nil in Wednesday’s Nations League matchup @ 888sport


Tom Dunstan

Formerly of The Independent, Tom is a freelance football and boxing journalist from Essex, England. Currently working for three online publications, Tom is a graduate of the University of Falmouth and has spent the last two years writing across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. He can be followed at @IamTomDunstan



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