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Slovenia vs Israel, UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying – Preview, Prediction, Head-to-Head, and Live Stream

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Israel will hope to get back on the triumphant track after drawing 1-1 with North Macedonia when it face Slovenia on Monday night in Ljubljana in a critical UEFA Euro 2020 qualification experience.

Slovenia is level with Israel on points with eight, however, jumped the blue-and-white into third place in the Group G standings after the astounding triumph of Poland 2-0 on Friday night. Poland still leads the group with 12 points while Austria moved into second place after pounding Latvia 6-0. With the group so tight, Israel will hope to keep its odds alive against Slovenia after drawing 1-1 with Bojan Jokic’s team back in March.

Slovenia were forced to share the spoils with Israel when the two teams last met after Eran Zahavi canceled Sporar’s opening goal. In spite of the fact that the game completed level on the scoreboards, it needs saying that the hosts were the most offensive of the lot, as they managed to take sixteen shots at goal, nine more than their counterparts.

Besides, Israel will come into the conflict this week with the hosts on the back of a comparable frustrating 1-1 draw against North Macedonia at home. It additionally needs saying that the guests have only one win from their outings so far, the last of which was a 4-0 drubbing because of Poland.

The home team have not had the option to guarantee a triumphant run of form in their campaign and really went their first three games without tasting accomplishment also. Nevertheless, the squad have indicated genuine promise in their conflicts up until now and are evaluating as potential contenders to give Israel a run for their cash.

Slovenia vs Israel Match Details and Live Stream

Date: Monday, 9 September 2019
Time: 19:45 UK
Venue: Stadion Stožice (Ljubljana)
TV Channel/Live Stream:
Slovenia: TV Slovenija 2
Israel: KAN 11
United Kingdom: SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Red Button
United States: ESPN3, TUDN En Vivo

Slovenia vs Israel Head to head (h2h)

  • The teams have previously settled against one another thrice, the last of which was a 1-1 draw.
  • Israel are yet to register a success against Slovenia while the last has one added to their belt.
  • Two of their past three experiences have completed in a tie.
  • The two teams have discovered the back of the net twice in their last three meetings.

Slovenia vs Israel Prediction

Israel are out of their comfort zone in this one and should put only their best foot forward as Slovenia will be banking on home advantage to see them through the next hour and a half.

Also, the 3-0 win over Latvia is the guests just win away from home in their last five excursions, that too crosswise over different competitions. Nevertheless, despite the fact that Israel have never shown signs of improvement of Slovenia in any of their past three matchups either, it is worth mentioning that they have had the option to hold the Slovenians to a draw on two of those events.

Considering that their last experience additionally observed both sides leave with only a point in hand, there is a slight probability that the guests will most likely tie the scores, though success for Israel is certainly impossible.

The visitors have discovered the back of the net in four of their last five conflicts and have racked up nine goals to their count too, eight of which came by means of a similar man Eran Zahavi.

Taking into account that neither one of the sides kept a spotless sheet in their past experience with one another possibly, people can absolutely depend on the two teams to get their names on the scoresheet in this one. Brave punters could even go for the inform Zahavi to score whenever.


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