North Macedonia vs Gibralt Betting Tips and Prediction
June 11, 2022 Sports Betting
North Macedonia will host Gibraltar on Sunday, looking to cut the gap on top spot in their UEFA Nations League group after a thumping home defeat in midweek.
With three more League C Group 4 points on the line, the teams meet for the second time in a week, this time at Skopje’s Tose Proeski National Arena.
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North Macedonia vs Gibralt Tips and Prediction
North Macedonia welcomed Group 4 leaders Georgia to Skopje on Thursday with some confidence, having collected four points from their first two matches of a busy summer schedule in the Nations League.
Following a scoreless first half, surrendering in the 52nd minute sparked a collapse by Blagoja Milevski’s team, who eventually lost 3-0 at home, falling five points behind their opponents in the fight for promotion to League B.
Expectations have risen since the Balkan country qualified for Euro 2020 and won an infamous World Cup qualifying victory in Germany, as well as their elimination of European champions Italy in the Qatar 2022 playoffs earlier this year. Despite losing in the ensuing decider to Portugal, the Lions returned to competitive action last week with high aspirations, but their results have been mixed in their three Nations League matches this month.
After a 1-1 draw in Bulgaria and a 2-0 triumph against this Sunday’s opponents in Gibraltar, Milevski’s players now have a lot to prove at home against modest opposition.
Gibraltar may have been slow to adjust to life in Europe’s third tier this summer after being heavily thrashed by the pace-setting Georgians in their initial League C Group 4 match, but they showed important indications of growth by holding Bulgaria to a 1-1 draw on Thursday.
Los Llanis were promoted to the Nations League’s third division after remaining undefeated against fellow minnows Liechtenstein and San Marino during the 2020-21 season, recording two victories and two draws, but have found the going tougher in the current campaign.
Following their loss at home to North Macedonia last weekend, the minnows have gone pointless and goalless in their first two games, but a point against the Bulgarians keeps them in touch with third place – a position that would keep them afloat in League C.
The Uruguayan coach Julio Cesar Ribas’ team now faces one of their biggest tests of the 2022-23 season, and as one of only two European nations to lose all ten of their World Cup qualifiers on the way to this winter’s championships, they will head east with hope rather than expectation.
North Macedonia will look to finish off an unimpressive quartet of June fixtures with a convincing victory at home in Skopje, as their opponents have a tendency to struggle away from the Rock.
With a significant advantage in top-level experience and technical ability, the hosts should be well on their way to triumph before the closing phases.