Cyprus – San Marino (Pick, Prediction, Preview)

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Cyprus vs San Marino Prediction & Tips

Thanks to a peculiarity of the draw,Cyprus has a great opportunity to finish this qualifying day at the top of the group. Their most recent victory at home was in their opening match of the inaugural UEFA Nations League (UNL), as they surprised Slovenia 2-1 thanks to scoring two goals in the last 30 minutes despite falling at a disadvantage. previously.
In general, the last six official games of Cyprus at home have yielded a record of G2, E2, P2. He has also received San Marino twice in the context of qualifying for the Euro, winning by a global score of 7-0. Those two results are part of a record of four wins in four games against San Marino in the Euro qualification, with nine goals in favor and none against.
San Marino was drawn from the lowest hype for this qualifying campaign. Since the last time he defeated a state recognized by FIFA in April 2004, the microstate (including the friendlies) has returned a record of E1, P88 (eighty-eight) against other rivals since then.

In fact, after scoring (and losing) away from home against Finland in a qualification for Euro ’96 in December 1994, San Marino only scored once again in 26 away matches under the qualifying context for European tournaments away from home (G0, E0, P26). He did it in September 2015.
Players to watch: Georgios Efrem achieved a hat-trick in the last qualifying match of Cyprus at home against a nation of the lowest pot in a classification at the Euro Cup. It was against Andorra in November 2014.

Mirko Palazzi is the last player of San Marino to score for his country. He did it in the 5-1 loss as a visit to Azerbaijan (September 2018).
Statistics to consider: The last two games of Cyprus in local condition against a rival of the lowest pot in the Euro Cup qualifications have ended in the same way: triumphs for three or more goals without being marked against.

Of the 22 goals received by San Marino in their last set of five qualifying matches for the European Championship away from home, exactly half (11) came after the 60th minute.
Surprisingly, in all the matches in that sequence the team received only one goal against (without counting the set pieces) during the first half.

Cyprus – San Marino FREE TIPS

Cyprus – Win @ 1.25

Both teams to score / NO @ 1.80

Over 3.5 Goals @ 1.90