Serbia (@1.14) vs Czech Republic (@6.0)

Our Prediction:

Serbia will win

Serbia – Czech Republic Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 08:00

A repeat of that showing would surely see Mondays hosts emerge victorious against Montenegro, who drew against Kosovo last time out. Czech Republic delivered a much-improved effort to beat Bulgaria on Friday evening. Unlike at Wembley or in many of their recent games, they offered a good amount going forward, posting 2.51 expected goals for, while they prevented their reasonably limited opponents from creating much, as they conceded only 0.41.

Despite drawing 1-1, Mondays visitors struggled to contain Bulgaria, as they conceded 2.1 expected goals for, which tells us that they really ought to have conceded more than once. Granted Montenegro faced the Bulgarians on the road, but their performance was a poor one. Like Czech Republic, Montenegro also lost heavily against England, though they were not able to match the efforts of the Czechs against Bulgaria.

The visitors finished second their Nations League group, but they face a challenge to repeat that finish in Euro 2020 qualifying. They have beaten Montenegro and Bulgaria at home so far, but their 5-0 loss to England is telling. They have lost every other away game across their last nine trips, a run which covers 18 months of internationals. In that time theyve bee beaten at the likes of Russia, Ukraine and Australia, while Kosovo will fancy their chances going forward in this clash.

Czechia are on three points from two matches in the group. Before beating Bulgaria, they had lost to England (more like gotten embarrassed by England, losing 5-0 on the road). Patrik Schick scored both Czechias goals, and the fans did not like seeing him get substituted in the 78th minute. The Czechs hosted Bulgaria on Friday, went 0-1 down less than three minutes into the game, but equalized soon, and early in the second half they took the lead, which they protected until the final whistle. Jaroslav Silhavy, Czechias coach, explained after the match, in the Press conference, that if it were up to him, Schick would have stayed on the pitch until the final whistle, but at some point it became obvious that he was tired, and thought it would be better to take him out, avoid risking an injury, send in some fresh legs.

Reason For Czech Republic vs Montenegro Betting Tips

Stefan Mugosa scored 2 goals in the qualifying matches as well as one more in their most recent affair, so he will be the one to keep an eye on. Everyone in the hosting team is ready for the upcoming clash. Their newly appointed coach Faruk Hadzibegic has already had a great debut in the last match, where his team won over Hungary with 2-1, which ended their string of not so good results.

Out of the previous 5 fixtures, they recorded 3 wins and 2 losses. Furthermore, 2 of those triumphs came in the qualification rounds, which earned the Lions the 2nd spot in the group. It is worth noting that they averaged over 3 goals in their recent endeavours, therefore, I expect to see an exciting matchup with over 2.5 goals scored. On the other side, the Czech Republic, or the Lions as they are commonly known, produced a mixed bag of results recently.

As a result, make sure to read my match preview to find the best betting tips and correct score predictions for this Saturdays event. Kosovo vs Czech Republic prediction is written ahead of the Euro Qualification fixture at the Fadil Vokrri Stadium in Pristina. The 5th round of the competition will be a close-contested one where the winner gets decided in the final minutes, therefore, I suggest wagering on it.

His main position is central midfield, but he is capable of playing as a defensive midfielder as well. On 15 August, 2012 Marko Bakic made his Montenegro debut against Latvia at the age of 18. After ending his loan spells with Spezia and Belenenses, he moved to Braga in 2016, penning a five-year contract. The Montenegro international, who was born in Budva on 1 November, 1993, then moved to Fiorentina, but he made no more than three league appearances with the Viola from 2013 to 2016.

They have even more to play for at Stadion Pod Goricom with a top 2 spot still just points away, which could see the pressure mounting. Czech Lions have beaten Montenegro with three goals to Nil beforehand, as Jankto and Schick found the net and Kopitovic conceded an own-goal, but we feel theyre in for more of a challenge now.

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The Czechs are determined to regain second position in the standings and we predict that they are going to emerge triumphant in the Stadion Pod Goricom clash. The hosts are likely to leave their hearts on the field, but seeing that key attacker Stevan Jovetic is out of contention, we are not tempted to put our money on Faruk Hadzibegics troops. Czech Republic, on the other hand, are eager to bounce back from a shocking 2-1 loss to Kosovo, which is yet another reason why away win should be considered.

However their form and luck might be changing since the most recent clash that took place a couple of days ago, a friendly match against Hungary ended with their victory of 2-1. In those 4 matches, they recorded 2 losses and 2 draws, and have a 3:10 goal difference. That must have lifted their spirits, and it will help them to go into this match a bit more enthusiastically, and since their opponents are known for conceding goals, I expect them to net at least one. Montenegro, universally known as The Brave Falcons are hoping to finally get some better results and move away from the lower half of the group standings. Right now they are in the 4th place with 2 points from 4 games.

Since separating from Slovakia, Czech Republic only qualified for one of five World Cup finals. The Czechs also reached the last eight at the 2012 finals, but their World Cup record of late is pretty disappointing. The 1996 generation, featuring players like Pavel Nedved, Karel Poborsky and Patrik Berger, will forever remained etched in the fans memory, while the likes of Milan Baros, Jan Koller, Petr Cech and Tomas Rosicky are some of the other notable footballers.

The only clean sheet they kept on the road in World Cup qualifying came at San Marino, while the visitors have enough going forward to give us confidence in their defence. The visitors have scored five times in their last two games, but theyve ended up with a -1 goal difference after problems at the back. As a result, we are backing both teams to score on Saturday, while we are backing a 1-1 draw to continue the hosts unbeaten record here.