Lithuania Vs Luxembourg Betting Tips and Prediction
June 3, 2022
On Saturday, Lithuania will play Luxembourg their first match of their UEFA Nations League season 2022-23.
Over the previous two and a half years, the hosts have only won two of their last ten home games, while the visitors have lost six of their last eight away games.
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Lithuania Vs Luxembourg Tips and Prediction
After a critical 2-1 victory over Kazakhstan in their last match, Lithuania avoided relegation from League C of the 2020-21 Nations League, with Arvydas Novikovas scoring a dramati goal to win
Rinktine has lost 12 of their past 15 matches in all competitions since the triumph, including seven defeats in eight 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Valdas Ivanauskas’ team can take heart from victories over Bulgaria and San Marino in recent months, although they have lost all three of their previous games with Luxembourg.
Luxembourg, like Lithuania, failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup, although they had a good start to their campaign, winning two of their first three matches against the Republic of Ireland and Azerbaijan.
Later in the campaign, the Red Lions beat Azerbaijan again, finishing with nine points from eight games, their best-ever World Cup Qualifying point total.
Luxembourg was also successful in the 2020-21 Nations League, winning three and drawing one of their six games, although they were unable to advance from League C Group 1, finishing three points behind group champions Montenegro.
Luc Holtz’s team will now focus on the upcoming Nations League campaign, and while finishing above Turkey will be difficult, they should be confident of placing second, ahead of the Faroe Islands and Saturday’s opponents Lithuania.
Both nations have failed to put together good runs of form, but they will be hoping that their forthcoming Nations League encounters will help them turn things around.
The visitors will be minor favorites going into Saturday’s game, and we expect them to win by a single goal in Vilnius.