Georgia vs. Bulgaria – betting prediction, odds for the UEFA Nations League match (12.06.2022, 18:00 CET)

On Sunday, the fourth matchday in Group C4 of the UEFA Nations League will take place. Here, Georgia and Bulgaria will compete at 18:00 CET. Thus, the 85th in the FIFA ranking will receive the number 73 in the world. The Jvarosnebi and the Lions collected nine and two points up to now.

What speaks for Georgia?

  • Won seven of its last eight international matches so far

What speaks for Bulgaria?

  • Currently, they can only provide a surprise

Our betting prediction:

  • Prediction: Georgia
  • Odds: 1.79

Expert analysis Georgia

From mid-October onwards, Georgia prevailed in seven of their eight matches. Here, the team coached by the French Bayern Munich legend Willy Sagnol made headlines on 11 November with a 2-0 home win over the 19th-ranked team in the world, Sweden. In Group C4, the Georgian national team initially celebrated a 4-0 home victory over Gibraltar. Thereafter, they managed a 5-2 at the same opponents Bulgaria on 5 June and a 3-0 at Northern Macedonia, the 70th in the FIFA rankings, on Thursday.

Expert analysis Bulgaria

With the 2-5 home defeat against Georgia on 5 June, Bulgaria lost for the fourth time in five international matches. A 1-1 home draw against North Macedonia three days earlier constituted the exception. Subsequently, on 6 June the association replaced the national coach Yassen Petrov with an interim one, Georgi Ivanov. However, his debut resulted in a 1-1 in Gibraltar on Thursday.

Head-to-head comparison Georgia – Bulgaria

Georgia’s 5-2 away win over Bulgaria snapped a negative streak of four consecutive winless encounters against the Lions. Previously, the Jvarosnebi experienced against the Lions three defeats and, in October 2008, a goalless home draw. However, we wouldn’t use the latter record as a yardstick.

Our betting prediction and the best odds

The hosts in the UEFA Nations League match Georgia vs. Bulgaria won seven of their last eight international matches. Here, Willy Sagnol’s side celebrated a 2-0 home win over Sweden and a 5-2 away success against their upcoming opponents on 5 June. Afterwards, the visitors on Thursday drew 1-1 in Gibraltar on the debut of interim coach Georgi Ivanov.

Georgia vs. Bulgaria – betting prediction: Georgia, odds 1.79

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