Kosovo (@1.66) vs Montenegro (@4.5)
14-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Kosovo will win

Kosovo – Montenegro Match Prediction | 14-10-2019 14:45

Kosovo has no problems with injured players, and they are all ready to continue an undefeated streak that is long eleven games so far! The hosts are recovering after a disaster that happened in the late-March when they lost to England 1-5. Currently, Kosovo occupies third place in Group A, but they played only one match so far and their form at the moment, says that they are more than capable of reaching higher places. The most valuable player in Montenegro, Center-Back, Stefan Savic may recover from injury until the start of the match. Montenegro failed to win their last four games and their morale is quite low right now.

Montenegro did not make a flying start to their 2020 Euro qualifying campaign, with the team sharing the spoils with Bulgaria, while suffering a heavy 5-1 loss to England in Podgorica. The Montenegrins are eager to record their first win of the process and seeing that they take on Kosovo on Friday evening, they will not have a better chance to do so.

England are the clear favourites to take the top spot in Group A, but second place is open for any of the remaining teams to claim, which makes Fridays match between Montenegro and Kosovo even more important. Montenegro have played two games in Group A, but only have one point on the board after drawing away at Bulgaria and then getting thrashed 5-1 by England, Whereas Kosovo have only played one qualifier for the 2020 European Championships and that game ended all square at home to Bulgaria.

Montenegro vs Kosovo Head to Head

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The Montenegrins are eager to record their first win of the process and seeing that they take on Kosovo on Friday evening, they will not have a better chance to do so. Montenegro did not make a flying start to their 2020 Euro qualifying campaign, with the team sharing the spoils with Bulgaria, while suffering a heavy 5-1 loss to England in Podgorica.

Kosovo will have been disappointed not to have taken maximum points at home to Bulgaria in March, after the hosts had 64% of the possession and three times as many shots on target as their guests. Veovi handed Montenegro the lead at home to England in the seventeenth minute, but it proved to be a false dawn for the hosts as England scored twice to lead at the break 2-1. However, after going behind in the thirty-ninth minute and trailing at the break, Kosovo will have felt some relief to see Zeneli equalise shortly after the hour mark and the game end in a draw. The visitors dominated the second half, scoring three more goals to wrap up a convincing 5-1 win.

Indeed, Brave Falcons have been scoring goals but found it hard to capitalize, sitting 4th with just a point to their name as they shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw in Bulgaria. Ljubisa Tumbakovics men struggled for stability at the back and this was obvious, which will surely be just as worrying ahead of the Fridays clash.

Our prediction for this Euro 2020 match:

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They havent suffered an Away loss since October 2017 and the trip to Iceland (2-0) either and well surely see them very motivated to build on the streak now. Kosovo have proven themselves a tough nut to crack as they held off Denmark (2-2 in a friendly) and Bulgaria (1-1 in the Qualifiers) both in front of the home fans.

They were already swatted aside last time at home when they had fans, and while Kosovo don't look to be nearly as big of a threat, this is not a team to take lightly. Kosovo continues its charge up the football ladder by grabbing a point. Expert Verdict: The last time we saw one of these closed door matches, it produced a dire 0-0 draw between Croatia and England. While these sides are a bit different, you certainly cannot see how it will help the hosts at all.