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Georgia vs North Macedonia Prediction & Match Preview
Georgia vs North Macedonia
UEFA Nations League
Date: 23 September 2022, Friday
Kick-off at 17:00 UK / 18:00 CET
Venue: Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena (Tbilisi).
Georgia have a chance to confirm the top spot in Group 4 of the UEFA Nations League C on Friday afternoon when they play host to North Macedonia in Matchday No 5.
The Georgians are breezing towards promotion to League B with three wins and one draw in the inaugural four rounds.
Even if they fail to see of the Macedonians, they have a great chance to lock in the first place in just three days when Willy Sagnol’s men travel to Gibraltar in the final round.
Sagnol has a talented group of players in his ranks. This new generation is led by phenomenal Napoli’s forward Khvicha Kvaratskhelia who is one of the best players in Europe this season.
Kvatratskhelia is enjoying a scintillating form with Napoli both in Serie A and in the UEFA Champions League.
He has led I Partinopei to a huge victory over Liverpool at the start of the Champions League campaign.
North Macedonia, who had claimed some huge scalps in the last several years, will hardly catch the top spot in this group even with a victory in Tbilisi.
They have suffered a tough 0-3 defeat to Georgia three months ago in the third round and they will likely finish the campaign in the second place.
We can still remember Macedonia’s wins over Germany and Italy in the World Cup qualifiers as well as their maiden appearance at the EURO 2020.
Khvicha Kvaratskhelia is on an amazing run of form this year. He is also the group’s top scorer with three goals in four games so far. We expect the Napoli attacker to lead his country towards the new victory here.
You can back Georgia to win at the 2.05 odds, while we will also back the hosts to keep a clean sheet at the 2.37 odds. Willy Sagnol’s men kept seven clean sheets in the last eight matches in all competitions (including friendlies).