Montenegro vs Liechtenstein by Lloyds

In round 7 of the Euro Qualifiers Montenegro will host Liechtenstein in what appears to be a must win for the hosts. With only 4 matches to go in the remainder of qualifier Montenegro will have to go for the all points because doing so is the only way to make a push for that 3rd spot held by Russia (presumably Sweden and Austria are locked in for the first two spots).


The hosts had a lot of ups and downs during their campaign in these qualifiers but somehow they are still in the hunt as Russia is not that consistent either. The only reason why these two squads are not on the same points level is because Montenegro got punished due to their crowd disturbance, back when the two sides clashed in March which caused referee to stop the match and send players to their dressing rooms. Monetenegro will play Liechtenstein in front of an empty stadium as one part of that UEFA punishment. Coach Branko Brnovic may not have fans supporting his men for this match but will have a full squad at his disposal, as Montenegro will see their best players Jovetic and Vucinic back in the lineup since the draw against Liechtenstein last year. Both players are in great form, especially Jovetic who has been scoring mightily in his first appearances for Inter. Them being in the lineup is crucial for tomorrow's outcome as Montenegro had trouble scoring in these qualifiers. They only scored 4 goals so far so it will be an imperative for the team to boost that figure. In their previous encounter against Liechtenstein Montenegrins created so many chances but they simply could not find the net as if it was under some spell. Coach Brnovic was disappointed after that goalless draw because he could not figure out how Montenegro wasted all those opportunities.


There isn't much to say about the visiting side qualities but in these qualifiers they are playing better. They have obtained the same number of points as Montenegro (5) and have managed to show their toughness in some matches, like in their visit to Sweden. However, they should not be overestimated as Montenegro has much more quality in their squad even though their game is not displaying that.


The hosts are in a desperate need of points and Liechtenstein coming to visit is also a perfect chance for them to improve their negative goal difference (-4), which could be decisive factor at the end of their bid for Euro. Montenegro are a better side and will show that tomorrow which is why I believe betting on lot of goals is pretty safe.


Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
over 2.5 Bet365 1.67 10 2-0 LOST (-10 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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