Ukraine (@1.04) vs Lithuania (@61.0)
11-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Ukraine will win

Ukraine – Lithuania Match Prediction | 11-10-2019 14:45

With this, we always try to provide gratis all the tools you need to bet responsibly and we hope winning! Under you found the prediction processed by our proprietary software and reviewed manually by our editors of the football match Lithuania-Ukraine, match of the championship Europe Euro - Qualification. Even stats, standings, news and information on the football league Europe Euro - Qualification and on teams Lithuania and Ukraine.The prediction 1x2 or under/over or goal/nogoal, with odds of bookmakers comes complete with the correct score.

Andriy Shevchenkos charges crushed star-studded Serbia 5-0 earlier in the process and they are definitely capable of beating Lithuania, who are stuck at the bottom of the standings ahead of Saturdays clash. The Ukrainians, on the other hand, look unstoppable at the moment as they are on a three-game winning run in Group B. A man to watch in the away team will be Manchester City ace Zinchenko.

Now Trending Football Predictions

Similar to the trademark style of former Soviet teams, Ukraine bases their tactics on rock-solid defence and swift counter-attacks, but it has to be noted that Zbirna possess a lot more technical skills and attacking potential than most other former Russian republics. Everything suggests that the most successful period in the history of the national team is ahead of them.

The visitors have performed very well in the qualifiers so far and are now the favourites to claim the top spot ahead of Portugal but cant afford any slip-ups against teams like Lithuania who they should be beating both home and away. The visitors dont boast an obvious goal-scoring threat up-front but do have lots of creativity and goals in midfield and this is where we believe this game will be won. Were confident that Ukraine will win to nil on Saturday and have predicted a final scoreline of 2-0.

In this match preview, I will try to provide the best betting tips and correct score predictions based on my analysis of these two teams. This game will be played on the 7th of September on LFF Stadionas in Vilnius. Ukraine is listed as a heavy favorite in this game by all of the major bookies. Lithuania vs Ukraine prediction comes ahead of the European Championship qualifiers group B.

Prediction correct score: 0 - 2

They have won only one of their last 15 games played which proves that they are in a very poor form. Lithuania has gathered only 1 point from their first 4 games played. Ukraine is entering this game as heavy favorites. I can see them dominating the game possession-wise as that is how they like to play. It will be a very good game in my opinion as we will for sure see some goals being scored. They will probably rely on the counter-attacks in this game. Both teams are looking to secure as good as a possible result, hoping to qualify for the European Championship. They have won 3 and drawn 1 game they played in this group with an 8:1 goal difference.

A man to watch in the away team will be Manchester City ace Zinchenko. The Ukrainians, on the other hand, look unstoppable at the moment as they are on a three-game winning run in Group B. Andriy Shevchenkos charges crushed star-studded Serbia 5-0 earlier in the process and they are definitely capable of beating Lithuania, who are stuck at the bottom of the standings ahead of Saturdays clash.

Andriuskevicius is a full back who side position is centre back and it has to be noted that he was born on October 8, 1990 in Alytus, Lithuania. After spending two seasons in the Dutch club, the Lithuanian footballer signed for Major League Soccer club Portland Timbers on July 14, 2016. The 188-cm tall defender made his Lithuania debut on August 10, 2011 in a friendly against Armenia.

Lithuania vs Ukraine Best Bet

After the country had gained independence from the Soviet Union, Ukraine played their first international match in 1992, and they have come a long way since. Zbirna have only once played at the World Cup finals so far, and they did really well to reach the quarter-finals in 2006, while they co-hosted the Euro 2012 with Poland, albeit failing to get past the group stage.