Slovakia and Wales face, in a match for this phase of the Qualification for the European Championship (Qualifying Round). The record of direct confrontations of the last 3 years is favorable to the visiting team, which in the last 2 matches won 2. Particular attention is needed for the home / away condition, since both teams have significantly different results at home and away.
The home team is currently in 2nd position, with 9 points won, after 3 wins and 2 losses. In the penultimate match, he lost at home against Croatia by (0-4). In the last match, he won out against Hungary by (1-2). This is a stronger team with the support of his fans, since in the last 30 games he has 4 wins, 2 draws and 9 losses as a visitor; against 9 wins, 2 draws and 4 losses in his stadium. In its last 8 home games the Slovakia records 5 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses. The team allowed goals to the opponent in 4 of the last 5 games for this competition, so he has not been very strong defensively. There is a tendency to have goals in their home matches, since 7 of the last 8 matches they have finished with Over 1.5 goals. In 15 games, he suffered the first goal 7 times and only got 1 comeback.
Slovakia comes to this motivated game, after a 1-2 victory against Hungary, adding their third win in this qualifying round for the 2020 Euro Cup: the team’s goals were scored by Robert Bozenik and Robert Mak. In this match against Wales, coach Pavel Hapal should benefit the maintenance of ball possession and organized attacks, especially through the right flank. At the individual level we highlight the offensive midfielder Albert Rusnák, who scored 4 goals and made 3 assists. Out of this game will be Kristian Kostrna, due to physical problems.
The visiting team is currently in the 4th position, with 6 points won, after 2 wins and 2 losses. In the penultimate match, he lost out against Hungary by (1-0). In the last match, he won at home against Azerbaijan by (2‑1). This is a stronger team with the support of his fans, since in the last 30 games he has 4 wins, 4 draws and 7 losses as a visitor; against 9 wins, 3 draws and 3 losses in his stadium. The team comes to this match after a home victory with Belarus by (1‑0). In the last 7 games played as a visitor for all competitions, Wales won 1, drew 1 and lost 5. The team allowed goals to the opponent in 3 of the last 4 matches, so he has not presented great defensive strength, but his Attack has scored regularly, as he scored goals in 3 of the last 4 games for this competition. In 15 games, he suffered the first goal 7 times and never got the comeback.
The selection of Wales comes to this game motivated, after a 1-0 victory against Belarus, in a friendly preparation for the next official games. In the last match of the qualifying round for the Eurocooa of 2020, the Welsh beat Azerbaijan 2-1. Playing away from home, coach Ryan Giggs should favor defensive organization and counterattack across the flanks. The right winger Gareth Bale is the best gunner in Wales, with 3 goals scored. For this match, the visiting coach cannot count on James Lawrence due to an injury.