Iceland vs Moldova Predictions

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Tip Reasoning

Iceland were victorious in their last qualifying match at home to Turkey where they edged the game 2-1, while Moldova were beaten 2-0 away at Albania and have now lost their last three away games without scoring a single goal.

All of the stats suggest that Iceland will pick up another three points this weekend and that there is a good chance we will see over 2.5 goals scored in the process. We’ve backed a final scoreline of 4-0 due to the poor away record of the visitors and the fact they have twice conceded four goals in recent qualifiers.

The form of both teams in recent months points towards a win for the home side on Saturday, as Iceland have won three of their last five matches while Moldova have lost four of their last five. Moldova’d poot away record in recent internationals, three defeats, seven goals conceded, and no goals in their last three away games, suggests that Iceland are in with a great chance of winning big this weekend.

Over 2.5 goals have been scored in three of Iceland’s last six and two of Moldova’s last four matches, and it’s only the visitors recent poor defensive displays that lead us to think that Iceland can win big on Saturday as the hosts haven’t scored four goals in a single match since beating Indonesia in January 2018.

The defensive records of both teams also point towards a comfortable victory for the home side this weekend, as Iceland have kept three clean sheets in their last five attempts and Moldova have conceded in five of their last six matches, twice letting in four goals against Turkey and France.

Moldova conceded four goals in two of their last four matches, losing 4-0 against Turkey and 4-1 against France, and Iceland are unbeaten in their last three home games, beating Turkey 2-1 and Albania 1-0, and drawing with Estonia 0-0, which is why we’re backing a comfortable win for the hosts.

We’re confident that Iceland will win and over 2.5 goals will be scored on Saturday and have predicted a final scoreline of 4-0. The hosts are due a big win and won’t get too many better chances than at home to a poor Moldova side on Saturday. Moldova are short of goals and don’t create enough chance while Iceland have good quality in their side and have been performing very well in the qualifiers so far.

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