Slovenia vs Montenegro Match Review

Slovenia vs Montenegro Match Review

November 19, 2022 Sports Betting

Slovenia vs Montenegro Match Review

A friendly match between Slovenia and Montenegro will take place on Sunday to wrap up their 2022 international schedule.

Each country will play in this match for the final time before starting their qualification process for Euro 2024 in March.

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 Slovenia vs Montenegro Tips and Prediction

Slovenia cannot say that this year has been the most pleasurable in their history after winning just two of their nine games.

However, finishing ahead of Sweden in their UEFA Nations League group was a noteworthy accomplishment, with their victory over Norway in the penultimate game making all the difference.

Following that, Sweden and Serbia drew 1-1, and Matjaz Kek may be proud of his squad for earning six points overall in the group.

These results were followed up by Slovenia’s 2-1 victory over Romania earlier this week, with goals from Benjamin Sesko and Andraz Sporar in the opening 31 minutes.

Kek’s team has gone unbeaten in their last four games, and they’ll want to keep it going before joining a favorable Euro 2024 qualifying group with San Marino, Kazakhstan, Denmark, and Finland.

On paper, the comparable for Montenegro looks more tougher with games against Serbia, a growing Hungary team, as well as Bulgaria and Lithuania.

Miodrag Radulovic is currently focused on trying to end a streak of three games without a victory, with Montenegro only succeeding once in six attempts.

The Brave Falcons lost to Finland and Bosnia-Herzegovina in September without scoring a goal, which cost them two chances to advance to the top tier of the Nations League.

Positively, Montenegro came from two goals down to draw with Slovakia at home earlier this week. Both of their goals were scored in the game’s final 14 minutes.


Both sides are more confident going into this game after avoiding defeat in competitive matches earlier in the week. Since they want to avoid losing before the start of their Euro 2024 qualification campaign, we believe a low-scoring draw of the spoils is the most likely scenario.