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Montenegro vs Czechia betting tips: International friendly preview, predictions and odds

Montenegro vs Czechia: Head to head statistics



Montenegro vs Czechia match preview

Will there be a winner in this friendly in Podgorica?

Montenegro have never qualified for a major tournament as an independent nation, and they’re unlikely to change this fact in 2023.

On Saturday afternoon, the Brave Falcons did hold Hungary to a credible draw at home.

This means Miodrag Radulović’s team have four points on the board after three matches, having beaten Bulgaria but then lost to Serbia back in March.

However, with Serbia and Hungary likely to qualify from Group G, Montenegro face a seriously uphill battle.

Czechia meantime are unbeaten in their qualifying group, on course for a top two finish.

Having already beaten Group E’s top seeds Poland in Prague earlier this year, it would be a major surprise if Czech Republic did not maintain their record of having qualified for every Euros since independence.

There’s little on the line, so who will prevail at Stadion pod Goricom?

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Ben Gray

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