Liechtenstein – Latvia Free Betting Tips
Liechtenstein and Latvia play at the Rheinpark Stadion in a UEFA Nations League (League D) match. In this match the home factor could play an important role, as both teams have significant differences in their home and away results.
The home team is currently in 4th place, without any points earned, after 3 defeats. In the penultimate match, it lost away to Latvia by (1-0). In the last match, it lost away to Andorra by (2-1). This is a team that curiously shows more positive results away than at home, as in the last 30 matches it records 2 wins, 3 draws and 10 losses as a visitor, with 9 goals scored and 45 conceded, against 2 draws and 13 losses at home, with 2 goals scored and 36 conceded. In the last 10 home games Liechtenstein records 1 draw and 9 defeats. The team has not been very strong defensively, as it has always conceded goals in the last 10 games, and its attack needs to improve, as it has failed to score in 8 of the last 10 games. The team has presented many difficulties in scoring first. In fact, it has only opened the scoring once in the last 15 matches. In 15 games, it has conceded the first goal 14 times and never managed to turn the score around. In the last 10 home games in all competitions there is 1 outstanding period: it conceded 8 of its 22 goals between the minutes (76′-90′).
Liechtenstein enters this game with a defeat, 2-1, on their trip to the Andorra camp, thus adding their third straight setback in this competition. In this game against Latvia, coach Martin Stocklasa should focus on defensive organization and counter-attacks, exploiting the space in the opponent’s back. Striker Yanik Frick is one of the highlights of this team, a very fast and competent player in the finishing sector. Lukas Graber is out of this match due to suspension.
After 3 wins, the visiting team is currently on the 1st position with 9 points. In the last match, they won by (2-4) away against Moldova, after in the previous match, they won by (1-0) at home with Liechtenstein. This is a team that curiously has been stronger away than at home, as in the last 30 matches it records 5 wins, 6 draws and 4 defeats as a visitor; against 5 wins, 3 draws and 7 defeats in its stadium. In the last 10 away matches played in all competitions, Latvia has won 4, drawn 3, and lost 3. Its attack has been scoring with regularity, as it has scored goals in 7 of the last 10 matches. In 15 games, it has conceded the first goal 7 times and has only managed 2 turnovers on the scoreboard.
Latvia comes into this game with a win, 2-4, on the trip to Moldova’s field, thus adding their third win in a row in this D Nations League: the team’s goals were scored by Vladislavs Gutkovskis (2) and Janis Ikaunieks. In this game at Liechtenstein’s field, coach Dainis Kazakevics should privilege defensive organization and fast transitions through the corridors. Janis Ikaunieks is the player who deserves to be highlighted in this team, being this very technical and strong in finishing. All players are available for this game.
BTS/YES Odds: 2.00
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