Prediction Kosovo vs Spain WC Qualification UFEA


Kosovo vs Spain prediction. I set the match for September 8, 2021. Let’s look at the current teams and determine the best odds of winning this match.

It is notable that Spain has not yet recognized Kosovo as a country. These national teams will now play one another in Pristina.


In March, the only head-tohead meeting between the teams took part in the current qualifying tournament. One of the few moments that the Kosovo national team managed to capture was then. Spain won the contest with a score 3:1.


For the second time in Kosovo’s history, the national team participates in the qualifying tournament for World Cup. She lost to Sweden and Spain in March, dropping to the bottom of this year’s standings. The team won the first points in September. First, she defeated Georgia in Batumi, scoring 1: 0. Then, the match against Greece was reduced to a draw. She scored 1: 1. Kosovo currently ranks third in Group B.


Before the new qualifying cycle, the Spanish national team was greatly improved. She missed all three matches in March and lost points in the match against Greece. It was crucial to have a meeting with Sweden in the recent away match. In the fifth minute, the Spaniards led but the Swedes quickly won back. They took the lead in the second half and set the final score. This defeat could cost them a ticket to the World Cup to Luis Enrique’s wards. They beat Georgia the day before with a score 4:0 but are now behind Sweden in lost points.

Spain vs Kosovo – Get free betting tips & predictions

Our tips are free from bias and were compiled using the most current stats and figures at the time of publication.

  • One: Both Teams to Score — Yes @6/4
  • Two: Total Goals – Over 2.5 Goals @7/10
  • Three:Anytime Goalscorer – Ferran Torres @13/10

Both Teams to Score

Spain is the favourite to win the points in Pristina, but their defensive record suggests that Kosovo could impact the scoreboard. La Roja has only kept one clean sheet in five matches, and they also conceded a consolation goal when they played the Kosovans back in March. BTTS landed in Sevilla that evening and the market is still available at a cost worth pursuing Wednesday.

More than 2.5 Goals

Spain’s World Cup qualifying matches were action-packed in Group A. Each of their four previous assignments in the section saw over 2.5 goals. Spain scored at least three goals in each of their three group games, with a flexible frontline that created many chances in the last third. This includes their March 3-1 victory over Kosovo. Luis Enrique’s team has the ability to cause more damage in Pristina, so backing 2.5 goals is a good idea.

Ferran Torres will Score Anytime

Ferran Torres, a Manchester City starlet, is quickly becoming one of Spain’s most reliable forwards. The 21-year old Torres scored one of the goals in La Roja’s 4-0 win over Georgia and has also scored three more times in six appearances overall for Spain. Torres is a great price on this week’s anytime goalscorer market because of his rising influence.

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