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Match Facts:

Series: World Cup Qualifications 2021

Match: Cyprus vs Slovakia

Date: Wednesday, 24 March 2021

Venue: Neo GSP Stadium

Time: 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET/ 00:45 PST

Cyprus vs Slovakia Preview:

With the finalists and quarter-finalists of the 2018 World Cup in Group H, the two top spots would be automatically in their sights, and if any other squad hope to usurp that, they would have to deliver flawless performances right from the start of the campaign.

Nikos Kostenoglou’s men are ranked 100th in the world, and are considered to be one of the minnows in the group.

They were a part of the League C in the 2020-21 UEFA Nations League, and the by the time the group stage was over they had confirmed their relegation to the bottom-most League D.

They are also on a long winless run, and have been conceding goals in almost every other game.

Meanwhile, the Falcons are in the top-35 of World Rankings, and were part of the more prestigious League B in the ongoing UNL competition.

They also have a comparatively far better record in matches in the past few years.

Moreover, they have qualified to take part in the upcoming Euros, and even had made it to the Round of 16 in the 2016 Euro Cup. Note that Kostenoglou’s men had failed to secure qualification to either tournament.



  1. 100% of encounters in the 21st century had goals from both teams.
  2. Also, every single match-up in the period had three or more goals.
  3. Stefan Tarkovic’s men had scored two or more goals in all away games till now since 2000.
  4. The past four overall meetings had a total of 21 goals.

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Tarkovic’s men were unbeaten in eight of their last thirteen overall matches, and they had scored two or more goals in two of their former four fixtures. They also have the confidence of successfully tackling the UNL playoffs for their Euro berth recently.

On the other hand, their counterparts had lost nine of their last eleven overall games, and they had also conceded two or more goals in eight of their last eleven matches.

And importantly, their sole two wins at home since 2018 had come against San Marino, and Luxembourg – two of the worst teams in the world.

Considering these observations, expect Slovakia to have the edge this Wednesday.

Possible Playing XI:

Demetriou; Psaltis, Shelis, Laifis, T.Ioannou; Pittas, Artymatas, Kousoulos, N.Ioannou; Kastanos; Sotiriou

Dubravka; Pekarik, Hancko, Skriniar, Hubocan; Kucka, Lobotka, Gregus; Rusnak, Duris, Mak


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