Moldova – Andorra Free Betting Tips
Moldova and Andorra play at the Stadionul Zimbru in a UEFA Nations League (League D) match. The record of direct clashes in the last 3 years between the two teams could not be more balanced, as there was 1 draw and 1 win for each team the last 3 times they met. Special attention is needed for the home/away condition, as both teams show significantly different results in their home and away games.
After 1 win, 1 draw and 1 loss, the home team is currently on the 2nd position with 4 points gained. In their last match, they lost by (2-4) at home against Latvia, after in the previous match they drew by (0-0) away with Andorra. This is a team that curiously shows more positive results away than at home, as in the last 30 matches it records 2 wins, 1 draw and 12 losses as a visitor, with 7 goals scored and 35 conceded, against 1 win, 3 draws and 11 losses at home, with 10 goals scored and 35 conceded. In the last 10 home games Moldova records 1 win, 1 draw and 8 losses. Defensive solidity has not been its strong point, as it has conceded goals in 7 of the last 10 games, but its attack has scored with regularity, as it has scored goals in 7 of the last 10 games. In 15 games, it has never managed to turn the score around in the 8 games in which it has conceded the first goal. There are 2 outstanding periods in the last 13 matches played at home in all competitions: it has scored 4 of its 7 goals between the minutes (0′-15′); it has conceded 11 of its 29 goals between the minutes (31′-45′).
Moldova leaves for this match with a defeat, by 2-4, in the reception of Latvia, adding this way the second game in a row without winning in this Nations League D: the team’s goals were scored by Nichita Motpan and Ion Nicolaescu. For this game against Andorra, coach Serghei Clescenco should line up his team in a 3-5-2 formation with a more organized style of play along the corridors. At an individual level we highlight the striker Ion Nicolaescu, who is Moldova’s top scorer with 2 goals. All players are available for this game.
The visiting team is currently in 3rd place, with 4 points gained, after 1 win, 1 draw and 1 defeat. In the penultimate match, it drew at home to Moldova by (0-0). In the last match, it won at home to Liechtenstein by (2-1). This is a stronger team when playing at its home stadium, as in the last 30 matches it records 1 win, 2 draws and 12 losses as a visitor; compared to 4 wins, 3 draws and 8 losses at its home stadium. Their last game as visitor for this competition ended with a defeat (3-0) against Latvia. In the last 10 away games Andorra has won 1, tied 1, and lost 8. In their last 10 away games there is a tendency to score goals, since 7 of their last 10 games have ended with more than 2.5 goals. In 15 games, it has conceded the first goal 7 times and has never managed to turn the score around. There is 1 outstanding period in the last 10 matches played as a visitor for all competitions: it has conceded 9 of its 25 goals between the minutes (76′-90′).
The Andorran team enters this game with a victory, 2-1, in the reception of Liechtenstein, thus adding the first triumph in this Nations League D: the team’s goals were scored by Jesus Julio and Jordi Aláez. In this game against Moldova, coach Koldo is expected to keep a more defensive team, with successive counter-attacks, looking most of the time for the striker Albert Rosas. All players are available for this game.
Moldova – Win Odds: 1.60
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