Bulgaria vs Cyprus live streaming
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Match: Bulgaria vs Cyprus
Competition: UEFA Nations League
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Bulgaria vs Cyprus live streaming: Match preview
Petar Hubchev Bulgaria are the early pace setters in Group C3.
Bozhidar Kraev of Midtjylland scored both goals as they won 2-1 in Slovenia in their Nations League opener.
They then backed that up with a 1-0 home win over their biggest rivals for top spot Norway.
They’ll be confident of making that 9 points out of 9.
Cyprus though did prove last month they’re capable of a shock.
Ran Ben Shimon’s team lost 2-0 in Oslo but then surprised many by beating Slovenia 2-1 at home.
Their aim at the start of the competition would’ve been to avoid relegation and a shock win here would all but guarantee just that.
Bulgaria though are big favourites for promotion and should make it three wins in a row.