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Moldova VS Sweden


Moldavia and Sweden face off at Stadionul Zimbru on this match of the 5th round of the 2016 European Championship qualifiers.

Moldavia has not won on the last 10 matches, the last one being against Saudi Arabia on a friendly match. They are currently last on the group with only 1 point having lost their last match 0-1 against Liechtenstein.

Sweden appears to be going through a better stage on their campaign. They, however, have not won a single match as visitor on their last 5 encounters. They are currently the 2nd placed team with 6 points.

As expected, the head to head history clearly favours the visiting team with wins in all 5 matches.

Analysis of Moldova

Moldavia usually adopts a more defensive 3-5-2 with Dedov and Ginsari up front, the first a more experienced and decisive element.

We expect the home team to channel most of their offensive prowess through the right flank with Milsami’s player Petru Racu.

Given their obvious limitations it is not surprising if Moldavia utilizes a low block purposefully giving the match initiative to their opponent. They will then try to take advantage of the opponent’s mistakes with dangerous fast breaks. 

Confirmed Lineup: I. Cebanu, I. Armaş, V. Golovatenco, P. Racu, V. Bolohan, A. Epureanu, A. Ioniţă, G. Andronic, A. Gaţcan, G. Boghiu, A. Dedov.
Coach: Ş. Stoica.

Analysis of Sweden

Sweden’s star is Zlatan Ibrahimovic. PSG’s player is capable of deciding matches by himself with his speed, technique and physical power.

On the midfield, the main man is Sunderland’s creative Larsson who, together with the experienced Kallstrom create the team’s attacking play.

Their preferred method of attack are quick breaks down the left flank, taking advantage of the depth provided by Norwich’s left back Martin Olsson.

Confirmed Lineup: A. Isaksson, Martin Olsson, E. Johansson, P. Bengtsson, A. Granqvist, K. Källström, E. Zengin, S. Larsson, A. Ekdal, Z. Ibrahimović, I. Thelin.
Coach: E. Hamrén.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is a Swedish victory. The quality gap between the squads is abysmal making the visiting team huge favourites. AS such, it will be very difficult for Moldavia, even before their home crowd, to secure a positive result.

NOTE: Statistical values limited to the matches in our database.

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EC Qualification - 2016 France

  • 100% 268 / 268 Games

  • Home team wins 43.66%
  • Draws 18.66%
  • Away team wins 37.69%
  • Over 1.5 72.76%
  • Over 2.5 47.01%
  • Over 3.5 25%
  • Goals 700
  • Goals /match 2.61
  • Goals /match home 1.41
  • Goals /match away 1.2
  • Both teams score 38.81%
  • Goals after 80' 18.29%
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