North Macedonia vs Georgia Betting Tips and Prediction
June 8, 2022
North Macedonia and Georgia will face off in Skopje on Thursday evening after a promising start to their UEFA Nations League campaigns.
While the hosts have four points from two games in Group C4, the visitors lead the group following two convincing victories over the same opponents.
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North Macedonia vs Georgia Tips and Prediction
Georgia has a long way to go if it wants to be routinely classified as one of Europe’s middle-income countries, but it’s impossible to deny that they’re on the right track.
Willy Sagnol provided the appropriate coaching and experience to players who clearly had untapped potential by defeating Kosovo and Sweden at the end of World Cup qualifying.
Since then, the team has won four games and drawn one, including a victory in Bosnia-Herzegovina and a free-scoring double-header against Gibraltar and Bulgaria.
A 4-0 win over the former was maybe expected, but the Crusaders created an impression by scoring five goals in Bulgaria, all of which came before the 70-minute mark.
Although Sagnol will urge for calm moving into the next two games, the Frenchman is aware that there is a chance to secure first position and move closer to promotion to Division B.
North Macedonia has already done what Georgia hopes to achieve in the future years: a place in a big tournament and, despite all chances, embarrassing the top.
Beating Italy in the World Cup playoffs was even more spectacular than qualifying for Euro 2020, and despite losing to Portugal in the final, Blagoja Milevski has kept things moving.
A 1-1 draw in Bulgaria was respectable, if not the desired outcome, but a 2-0 triumph in Gibraltar was a crucial warm-up for tougher tests to come. Despite Georgia’s clear goal threat, North Macedonia has only conceded four times in six games since a 4-0 loss in Germany.
Despite the fact that the loss of Belgium’s leading scorer, Lukaku, was a devastating blow, the football gods should not have chosen such a dull match between two teams whose strengths are in the final third. Poland would have expected a wider margin of victory against a makeshift Wales XI, and with Martinez rallying his Belgian team to respond, there is optimism for the world’s second-ranked nation to get back on track.