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Series: World Cup Qualifications 2021
Match: Latvia vs Montenegro
Date: Wednesday, 24 March 2021
Venue: Skonto stadions
Time: 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET/ 00:45 PST
Latvia vs Montenegro Preview:
The 11 Wolves are one of the worst teams in the group, and on paper they absolutely have no chances of securing qualification. Especially with Netherlands and Turkey in the same group, the first two spots would be practically out of reach for the rest of the squads.
On top of that, the revamped Norway would be in the fighting mix as well, spearheaded by Erling Haaland.
Going on, Dainis Kazakevics’s men were winless in eight of their total ten matches in the 2018 World Cup Qualifiers (seven of these were losses), and had thus missed qualification.
They have also been part of the dead-last League D in the UNL since its inception, and never once have even come to the vicinity of getting promoted.
In addition, they were also placed dead last in both the qualifiers for the 2016 as well as 2021 Euros. In fact, from the total 20 match-ups, they had recorded a total of just one win.
Meanwhile, the Brave Falcons had narrowly missed out on qualification to the 2018 World Cup, as they finished third in the Qualifiers, below Poland and Denmark.
And importantly, they had finished the initial stage of the 2020-21 UNL as toppers of Group C1, and as a result, have gained promotion to the higher League B.
Furthermore, they also have a great h2h record against this foe over the years.
For the reasons, expect Montenegro to emerge victorious this Wednesday at the Skonto Stadions.
HEAD TO HEAD:
- Miodrag Radulovic’s men have a 100% unbeaten record against this rival.
- Not once have they failed to score against this foe.
- The combined scorecard for the past two encounters is 3-1, in favor of them.
- The latest meeting had ended in a 1-1 draw.
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The 11 Wolves were winless in 38 of their last 43 fixtures, and they are also ranked 136th by FIFA, while their counterparts are placed 63rd in the same list.
Going on, Kazkevics’s men have a single victory at home since 2018, and just three since 2016.
On the other hand, their counterparts were unbeaten in eight of their last nine overall matches, and they had won their latest game with a 4-0 scorecard. Also, the last they lost on the road was in 2019, against 2018 World Cup semi-finalists, England.
Considering these observations, expect Montenegro to start their qualification campaign with a victory.
Possible Playing XI:
Ozols; Savalnieks, Cernomordijs, Dubra, Jurkovskis; Kamess, Zjuzins, Karklins, Ciganiks; Ikaunieks, Gutkovskis
Mijatovic; Marusic, Vujacic, Savic, Radunovic; Boljevic, Scekic, Bakic, Haksabanovic; Mugosa, Jovetic
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