Estonia (@1.13) vs Montenegro (@5.0)

Our Prediction:

Estonia will win

Estonia – Montenegro Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 13:00

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Our feeling is that Hungary and Montenegro are both capable of scoring here. We therefore think that its going to be a very close game with a 1-1 scoreline at full-time. Shouldnt be much in it, and a draw looks quite a realistic result. Scroll down to see all of the predictions, poll and statistics for Montenegro v Hungary - plus the latest match odds.

This game against bottom of the group Estonia is another perfect chance for them to shine. We dont only think they are good enough to win this game, but we are backing them to do it comfortably on the handicap line, we see them getting a few goals here. They have the quality to put plenty of goals past Estonia and show once again that they are a force to be reckoned with in this group, and that the other clubs need to sit up and take note of them.

England Championship Tips

Montenegro have lost three games and drawn three in their last six games. The last time they won was in 1:0 victory over Romania last September. The winner will probably compete with Serbia to win the group. This encounter will be played at the Pod Goricom stadium in Podgorica. Lithuania have beaten Sri Lanka in their last competitive game but have not won in the five before that, losing three times. Should Montenegro win here they await Romania in the next game and if they win that one, they could out pressure on Serbia who play the next two games away from home. Montenegro and Lithuania will battle with Serbia and Romania for the top of the group and a chance of being promoted to League B but first they must win this match. They have never played against each other before, so they wont know what to expect. Lithuania will be happy with a point from this game.

The Montenegro international, who was born in Budva on 1 November, 1993, then moved to Fiorentina, but he made no more than three league appearances with the Viola from 2013 to 2016. His main position is central midfield, but he is capable of playing as a defensive midfielder as well. After ending his loan spells with Spezia and Belenenses, he moved to Braga in 2016, penning a five-year contract. On 15 August, 2012 Marko Bakic made his Montenegro debut against Latvia at the age of 18.

That pulled the Dutch right back into contention for a qualifying spot in this group, and with a game in hand against those above them, they have the chance to close further in the future. The Netherlands were brilliant on Friday night against Germany, beating them 4-2 away from home. The Dutch appear to be coming to life and they have a few young players who are really coming to the fore, we could be about to see them really shining on the international stage.

Marius Stankevicius is considered Lithuanias most notable footballer as he played for the likes of Lazio, Hannover, Sampdoria, Sevilla and Valencia in the past. The former Soviet republic have yet to book their place at the finals of a major tournament, but they were competitive in the UEFA Euro 2004 qualifiers as they managed to play out a draw with Germany on the road. Lithuania managed to beat Scotland in the qualifiers for the 2004 European Championship, but they eventually failed to book their place at the showpiece tournament in Portugal.

Our prediction for this Nations League match:

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They come here on the back of four defeats, with their most recent being a 2-1 loss against Belarus on Friday night. Estonia host the Netherlands on Monday night as they continue to look for their first win in the Euro 2020 qualifying group. They struggled that day, and this is a huge step up in terms of quality of opposition, showing the kind of task that is ahead of Estonia here.