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Kosovo vs Greece World Cup Qualification Live Stream

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Kosovo vs Greece: Kosovo will take over Greece this Sunday in the next game in group B of World Championship 2022 Qualifiers aiming to win the competition for the first time in a row.

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Match Details:
Teams: Kosovo vs Greece
Time: 12:15 AM IST Live
Date: Monday, 06th September 2021
Location: Vokrri, Pristina

The guests hope to recover from their recent defeat against Switzerland as they want to take part in the tournament for the first time since 2014.

Prediction for this match
Kosovo secured their first points in the qualifying process on Thursday with a 1-0 win over Georgia, which is currently at the foot of Group B.

It was an impressive performance by Dardanet and despite the fact that the hosts actually dominated possession, it was a goal from Vedat Muriqi that was crucial.

Bernard Challandes saw his team defeated by the two group favorites in Sweden and Spain at the beginning and conceded six goals in these games.

For this reason, the last three points are decisive and they now want to win in the group in a row and continue their previous top form, in which they have won four of the last five games.

However, Kosovo must do better than they did in the last two games against each other, the one in UEFA Nations League when they lost 2-1 and then shared a goalless draw.

Kosovo vs Greece
The Dardanet tried to qualify for the World Cup for the first time only four years ago and ended up failing. What they will try to compete in the Qatar tournament next year.

Greece have only played in the group twice so far, at least one game less than everyone else. And they are currently unbeaten in qualifying.

While not yet to win, the Galanolefki drew 1-1 with both Spain and Georgia. Which has put them in a strong position.

Nevertheless, they go into this game after a defeat. As they played in an international friendly against Switzerland on Wednesday and were beaten 2-1 there.

Greece conceded in the first 10 minutes of the game, however Vangelis Pavlidis managed to bring the teams level before a goal at the beginning of the second half helped A-Team Nati to victory.

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Kosovo had to play without Bernard Berisha and Hekuran Kryeziu on Thursday due to suspension but both men are now back and available to the roster before Sunday which will be a welcome boost.

Muriqi should keep his place on the team after hitting the net against Georgia during Samir Ujkani was a surprising omission in the starting XI last time, but after conceding a goal Arijanet Muric could hold its place on the net.

Milot Rashica had to miss the previous game due to COVID-19 travel restrictions but will join the squad before this game as Kosovo struggles with injuries Arber Zeneli and Edon Zhegrova Unavailable.

Christos Tzolis It remains doubtful that Greece will get into this game due to an injury they are recovering from, but they have trained with the team and could potentially start from the bench on Sunday.

Kosovo possible starting line-up:

Muric; Vojvoda, Aliti, Rrahmani, Hadergjonaj; Halimi, Berisha, Dresevic; Kastrati, Rashini, Muriqi

Greece possible starting line-up:

Vlachodimos; Androutsos, Mavropanos, Hatzidiakos, Tsimikas; Zeca, Bakasetas, Bouchalakis, Koutris; Vrousai, Pavlidis

Probability: Kosovo 1-1 Greece

Both Kosovo and Greece would benefit hugely from winning this game to put pressure on Spain and Sweden, but it’s also crucial for either team not to lose.

Because of this, it could become a rather hesitant affair overall between two teams in mixed form, which could lead to a draw here.