Reasons for betting on Moldova vs Wales tip
Wales is traveling to Moldova to play an extremely significant match. Chris Coleman and his boys are fired up after the win against Austria, and they need to catch all three points in this event. The home team is hammered to the bottom of the Group D, and they are by far the worst team in this assembly.
In 7 games during this competition, Moldova scored only 4 goals. They played more games in which they haven’t scored then the ones where they did. On the other hand, they conceded 18 times. Hosts in this event have encountered with Serbia this Saturday in Belgrade and lost pretty routinely 0-3.
When counting the friendly international games, Moldova has only one win in the previous 10 contests, and that came against San Marino. In the past 7 games in which they participated, 5 ended with under 2.5 goals. The most recent 3 games played at home in these qualifiers, however, ended with more than 3 goals.
Their record in them is one draw and 2 defeats.
The Dragons are still alive thanks to the fantastic screamer of Ben Woodburn. Liverpool’s teenager scored a crucial goal against Austria, which might be the turning point in these qualifications for Wales. They are just two points behind the Republic of Ireland who is playing against Serbia in the next round. Also, Wales is hosting the Irish team afterward, and they will have a chance to decide about their destiny at home. But first, they have to win against Moldova. The Dragons are without a loss in the previous 6 games. During that span, 4 games ended with both teams to score. Also, Gareth Bale and the guys still haven’t recorded a single win away from home and in the previous 3 games, they have 3 draws.
Head to head matches
In the first leg which took place in Cardiff, the Welsh team smashed the guests with 4-0. Gareth Bale scored two goals and made one assist. Joe Allen and Sam Vokes added one more, apiece. The guests did not have one single shot on target in this meeting.
Prediction for Moldova vs Wales tip
After the victory against Austria and the chance which suddenly appeared Wales does not have any other choice than to win here. It will be a disaster if the Dragons don’t use this opportunity.
They are a much better team, with better individuals and we do not see a way for the home team to can snap some points from them.
Our second bet would be Wales to score in both halves. There is no need to explain our suggestion. We told you everything, and we are firmly standing behind our claim that Wales has more quality.