The fate of only a few national teams in the European World Cup qualifiers is not known. The other national teams are not busy at the moment, but the FIFA window is also being used to test their mettle. There will even be friendlies on Monday, and Montenegro and Greece are among them. Who is the stronger of the pair now, in a friendly? The website journalists have created a forecast for the match on March 28, 2022. Full statistics and all current odds for the match can be found at download 1xbet app nigeria.
Montenegro proves once again that they are the worst team among the former Yugoslavian representatives
The Brave Falcons have not played anywhere so far. Already North Macedonia have managed to make their Euro debut, while the Montenegrins are still just a mediocre side without any notable success. The coaches are changing, but the message remains the same: there is Stevan Jovetic, who is not getting younger or healthier, but is expected to perform miracles, and there are others who are trying to help their captain. It’s not working out so well, with only 12 points from 10 games in World Cup qualifying. It’s clear that Radulovic, who has retained his post, is now already thinking about the next cycle. Hence the 6 debutants, with the absence of a number of experienced stars like Beciraya and Mugosi. Armenia have already lost in March, albeit away.
Greece again try to kick off a new phase
It wasn’t so long ago that the Hellenes were rated as a serious team in European and world football. It was not even the sensational Euro 2004 win for Otto Rehhagel’s side. More important is the stability that they had in 2008-2014, when they did not miss a single “big” tournament… After that, it just disappeared. Even at the Euros, where the selection process was simpler, we failed to break through. And in the battle for the World Cup, for example, in the last qualification the Greeks took only 10 points in 8 rounds – they could not even close to compete not only with Spain, but also with Sweden. They will now try again, this time under Gus Poyet. It’s true that the Uruguayan has not changed the squad in particular so far, with just a few debutants in the squad. The new mentor made his debut against Romania. Buhalakis has managed to win there too.
There have been no official matches between the national teams. Only in 2016, they played a test meeting, in which the Greeks won at home 2-1.
The Greeks look better now, and the weakened Montenegrins are unlikely to be helped by the home-field factor. Bet on the Hellenes (odds 2.28).