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Moldova vs Andorra Prediction, Head-To-Head, Lineup, Betting Tips, Where To Watch Live Today UEFA Nations League 2022 Match Details – June 14

Moldova will engage Andorra at the Zimbru Stadium in their fourth gathering stage apparatus of the UEFA Nations League on Tuesday. The two groups have only one win to their names in their Nations League crusade hitherto and need to tie down a dominance in this game to stay aware of first-put Latvia in the League D Group 1 standings. Check Moldova vs Andorra Prediction.

Moldova experienced a 4-2 loss at home to Latvia in their past trip while Andorra protected their most memorable win of the mission with a 2-1 victory over Lichtenstein. This will be the eighth meeting across all competitions between the two rivals. Moldova has been the better side in this fixture and currently enjoys a 4-1 lead in wins while two games have ended in draws.

Moldova vs Andorra Prediction
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Moldova vs Andorra Prediction

Moldova and Andorra sit in second and third spots in the standings with four places. The two sides have surrendered four objectives in three games in the opposition, while the hosts have been in the better structure before the objective, outscoring Tricolors 4-2.

The different sides couldn’t be isolated in the opposite apparatus last week and, given the type of the different sides, another impasse is by all accounts on the cards here.

Prediction: Moldova 1-1 Andorra.

Head to Head

Goals Scored1.140.43
Goals Allowed0.431.14

Probable playing 11

Moldova (3-4-3):

  1. Dorian Railean (GK);
  2. Veaceslav Posmac,
  3. Vadim Bolohan,
  4. Igor Armas;
  5. Ioan-Calin Revenco,
  6. Vadim Rata,
  7. Mihail Platica,
  8. Oleg Reabciuk;
  9. Dmitri Mandrîcenco,
  10. Marius Iosipoi,
  11. Ion Nicolaescu

Andorra (5-4-1): 

  1. Josep Gómes (GK);
  2. Albert Alavedra,
  3. Ildefons Lima,
  4. Max Llovera,
  5. Joan Cervós,
  6. Jordi Rubio;
  7. Marc Rebés,
  8. Márcio Vieira,
  9. Marc Pujol,
  10. Jordi Aláez;
  11. Víctor Bernat.

Betting tips

  1. There have been at least three objectives in nine of Moldova’s last 16 home matches
  2. Seven of Andorra’s last eight away games have contained somewhere around three objectives
  3. Moldova have just kept two clean sheets in their last 14 trips