Match Preview: Georgia 0-0 Denmark Prediction and Betting Tips 08.09.2019

Georgia – Denmark Predictions

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Georgia 0-0 Denmark

Referee: Letexier F. (Fra), Venue: Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena (Tbilisi)

Date: 08.09.2019 | Match at: 17:00 | League: Euro – Qualification – Round 6 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.40 | Bookie: 1xbet


Match Preview

John van ‘t Schip heads into his first home game as Greece manager. Encouragingly, he has won each of his last two opening home games of any managerial reign, seeing his side score at least three goals on both occasions.
Greece have won all four H2Hs with a clean sheet, though they have never truly ‘thrashed’ Liechtenstein, with all prior H2Hs producing under 2.5 total goals. Notably, Greece have not managed three goals in a single game since they last faced a nation ranked below #150 by FIFA.
Ranked #182 by FIFA, Liechtenstein are preparing for another damage control exercise. The men from the Alpine microstate are goalless in this European Championship qualification (ECQ) campaign, and only bottom-ranked San Marino have conceded more than Liechtenstein’s 18 goals against (3.6 per match on average).
Significantly, 11 of Liechtenstein’s last 12 away defeats in qualifiers for major tournaments (excluding the UEFA Nations League) have come after a lost first half. Furthermore, all but one of those came by at least a two-goal margin, with all three away matches in this campaign yielding defeat by a margin of 3+ goals.
Players to watch: Veteran Greek defender Vassilos Torosidis has scored nine goals in 72 international caps, including the opener in Greece’s last home game vs microstate opposition (4-0 vs Gibraltar).
Maximillian Goppel is Liechtenstein’s only goalscorer away from home in a major tournament qualifier since the end of Euro 2016.
Stat attack: Two of Greece’s last three home games have seen them lose by a single-goal margin to lower-ranked opposition.
Liechtenstein have not won an away qualifying game since a 1-0 victory at Moldova (#171) in November 2014.
Massive underdogs for a plethora of reasons, Liechtenstein have conceded in both halves in all five of their ECQ matches so far.