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Georgia – Estonia. Prediction for the League of Nations match (November 18, 2020)

On November 18, within the framework of the sixth round of the League of Nations, a meeting of Group C Georgia – Estonia will take place at the Batumi stadium. How will the game end, in which there will be no tournament motivation for two teams at once? Read about it in our forecast.

Georgia after the loss of several key players of the base at once (for all known reasons), as expected, dropped. It was all very inappropriate, because the team had to fight with North Macedonia for the right to play at Euro 2020. Midfielder of Kazan “Rubin” Khvichi Kvaratskhelia, from whom the main threat came, was greatly lacking in the attack. The Georgians couldn’t figure out anything in the attack – 0: 1. After this defeat, the team coach Vladimir Weiss resigned.

Against the background of all these events, the “crusaders” also lost to Armenia (1: 2), thereby depriving themselves of the chances of moving to League B.

Estonia will play its last match in the C league today, as the team from the last place will not be able to leave. The team under the leadership of Karel Voolaid can be considered a failure in terms of the result – not a single victory, two draws and three defeats.

Everything could have turned out differently, if the Balts managed to maintain their advantage in the home match with North Macedonia (3: 3), when in the very end the Estonians lost the advantage of two goals. That is, there could be four points in the asset instead of the current two, and in case of success with the Georgians, the Blues would save themselves from relegation. But not destiny.

Georgians have one more victory in face-to-face confrontations with an opponent (three wins, a draw and two defeats);
Estonia has not won for 15 matches in a row; in official matches, the last victoria was taken two years ago.
Personal meetings
09/05/2020 Estonia Georgia 0: 1
03/27/18 Georgia Estonia 20

If the owners do not win today, then they will be right to wonder what they are doing wrong. An away opponent scores only on major holidays (four goals in two years), but gets into his own net on a regular basis. So we expect to see Georgia win, but without a large number of goals scored, since there is still no such huge gap in the class between the teams.

Our prediction is that Georgia will win and the total match is less than (4.5) goals with a coefficient of 1.80 from BC Winline.

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