Spain Vs. Kosovo match preview
Spain prepare to welcome Kosovo in their next group B tie on matchday 3 of 10 in World Cup Qualifiers on Wednesday night.
La Furia Roja are heading into this match after a 2-1 win away to ten-man Georgia this is before a 1-1 draw over Greece. The results have placed them second of group B with four points two points behind group leaders Sweden.
At the end of 2020, Spain thrashed Germany 6-0 in UEFA Nations League closing the year in a style.
On the other hand, the struggling Dardanians lost 3-0 to Sweden leaving them at bottom of the table pointless.
- Spain have won four, drawn five and lost once in the last ten matches in all competitions.
- La Furia Roja have registered four clean-sheets in their last ten matches in all competitions.
- Kosovo has registered three clean-sheets in their last nine matches in all competitions.
- The Dardanians have won two, drawn once, and suffered six losses in the last nine matches in all competitions.
- Luis Enrique’s men have at least registered more than two goals, thrice in the last nine matches in all competitions.
- Bernard Challandes’ side have failed to register any away win in the last five matches in all competitions.
Spain Vs. Kosovo Head to Head
These teams are meeting for the first time.
Spain Vs. Kosovo Prediction
Struggling Kosovo will be facing an in-form Spain who are sitting second and will be looking to lead the group with a win here if Sweden’s results go in their favor.
Bernard Challandes’ side will be aiming at earning their fans another celebration as of a 4-0 against Lithuania in International Friendly Games.
Goals – Over 2.5
Both teams have been producing more than two goals occasionally in various competitions and we expect over 2.5 Markets as predicted by our pundits.
Thursday Multi Bets
Lithuania – Italy
Tip: Italy win
Bosnia & Herzegovina – France
Tip: France win
Ukraine – Kazakhstan
Tip: Ukraine win
Austria – Denmark
Tip: Over 1.5
Scotland – Faroe Islands
Tip: Scotland win
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