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Greece vs Cyprus Prediction, Head-To-Head, Lineup, Betting Tips, Where To Watch Live Today UEFA Nations League 2022 Match Details – June 10

Greece will be hoping to make it three successes from three and broaden their lead at the highest point of Group C2 when they play host to Cyprus at the Panthessaliko Stadio on Thursday. The guests, who are yet to taste triumph in the UEFA Nations League, will be hoping to end this drought and make their mission ready. Greece kept up with their strong beginning to the Nations League as they guaranteed a 1-0 win away to Kosovo on Sunday. Check Greece vs Cyprus Prediction.

That outcome was gone before by a comparative 1-0 triumph over Northern Ireland when the sides got down to business in last Thursday’s gathering opener. Greece presently heads home where they are unbeaten in eight of their last nine excursions, guaranteeing four successes and four attracts in that time.

Greece vs Cyprus Prediction
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Greece vs Cyprus Prediction

Greece has hit its stride in the Nations League and will be backing itself against a Cyprus side who have struggled for form. Looking at past results between the sides, we are going with Greece to extend their dominating performance over the visitors and come away with all three points unscathed.

Prediction: Greece 2-0 Cyprus

Head to Head

Goals Scored20.5
Goals Allowed0.52

Probable Playing 11

Greece Predicted XI (4-3-3):

  1. Odisseas Vlachodimos;
  2. George Baldock,
  3. Konstantinos Mavropanos,
  4. Pantelis Hatzidiakos,
  5. Konstantinos Tsimikas;
  6. Anastasios Bakasetas,
  7. Dimitrios Kourbelis,
  8. Petros Mantalos;
  9. Dimitrios Limnios,
  10. Georgios Giakoumakis,
  11. Giorgos Masouras

Cyprus Predicted XI (3-4-3):

  1. Neophytos Michael;
  2. Pavlos Korea,
  3. Alexandros Gogic,
  4. Fanos Katelaris,
  5. Ioannis Pittas;
  6. Grigoris Kastanos,
  7. Kostakis Artymatas,
  8. Nikolas Ioannou;
  9. Loizos Loizou,
  10. Pieros Sotiriou,
  11. Dimitris Christofi

Betting Tips

  1. Greece have lost only one of their last 12 home matches
  2. Greece’s last eight matches have all gone under 2.5 match objectives
  3. Cyprus have neglected to win any of their last 13 away matches