Georgia sit bottom of Group B after picking up just 1pt from their opening five matches but that draw did come against Greece back in March. Greece are the only unbeaten team in Group B as thins stand so should be confident in their ability to secure a positive result at the Adjarabet Arena this weekend.
Best Free Predictions for Georgia vs Greece
Here are our predictions for Georgia vs Greece
- Football Whispers Prediction one: Full-Time Result – Greece to Win @ 13/10
- Football Whispers Prediction two: Both Teams to Score – BTTS @ 23/20
- Football Whispers Prediction three: Correct Score – 1-2 to Greece @ 17/2
Greece to Win
We're backing an away win on Saturday s Greece have won each of their three previous trips to Georgia since 1999. The visitors have a good record against their hosts in general, winning six of the pair's eight previous encounters. As mentioned above, Georgia are yet to win a game in qualifying while Greece are yet to lose, so you can see why we're going with an away win this weekend.
Both teams have scored in five of the last six meetings between these two nations and we're expecting more of the same from the pair on Saturday. Three of Georgia's and each of Greece's last six outings in all competitions have ended with both teams finding the back of the net, so you can see just why we're not expecting either side to keep a clean sheet this weekend.
1-2 to Greece
As far as a final scoreline goes, we're backing Greece to pinch a narrow 2-1 victory in Georgia. Games between these two countries tend to be tight and tense and neither side has scored a lot of goals in qualifying so far. Greece have won each of their three trips to Georgia in the past and two of those victories produced scorelines of 2-1. Three of Greece's last four matches have ended in 2-1 scorelines and two of those results went in favour of the Greeks, including a surprise win over Sweden.
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Can Greece continue their unbeaten start to the World Cup qualifiers?
Georgia suffered a heavy 4-1 defeat away at Bulgaria last time out and while that match was only a friendly, it doesn't bide well for their upcoming match against Greece as Georgia have now lost their last four fixtures. The hosts will be without Kvirkvelia, Grigalava and Navalovski at the back, while midfielders Daushvili and Qazaishvili are also absent along with forward Kvilitaia.
Greece will be looking to build upon that excellent win over Sweden last time out and given the form of both teams heading into Saturday's clash, you can see why Greece are the favourites. Bakakis, Zeca, Fortounis, Kourbelis and Giakoumakis are either injured or haven't been selected for the latest round of qualifiers.
Georgia: Loria, Kupatadze, Mamardashvili, Kashia, Kakabadze, Khocholava, Dvali, Giorbelidze, Chabradze, Azarovi, Lochoshvili, Kankava, Kvekveskiri, Gvilia, Kiteishvili, Aburjania, Lobzhanidze, Chakvetadze, Davitashvili, Tsitaishvili, Mamuchashvili, Okriashvili, Mikautadze.
Greece: Vlachodimos, Paschalakis, Athanasiadis, Tzavellas, Papadopoulos, Stafylidis, Giannoulis, Tsimikas, Chatzidiakos, Koutris, Mavropanos, Saliakas, Mantalos, Bouchalakis, Pelkas, Siopis, Androutsos, Alexandropoulos, Bakasetas, Masouras, Pavlidis, Limnios, Tzolis, Douvikas, Vrousai.
Q&A – Georgia vs Greece
- Who are the favourites to win? – Greece are the bookmaker's favourites.
- What was the score when these two teams last met? – Greece 1-1 Georgia, 31/3/21.
- What time is kick-off? – 17:00 GMT, 18:00 CET