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Match: Norway vs Slovenia
Competition: UEFA Nations League
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Lars Lagerbäck will be content with the start his Norway side have made to their Nations League campaign.
His new side kicked off with a 2-0 win over Cyprus in Oslo thanks to two goals from Fulham’s Stefan Johansen.
However, they couldn’t follow that up, as they were beaten 1-0 in Bulgaria.
Slovenia though have made a shambolic start.
Back to back 2-1 defeats at home to Bulgaria and then in Nicosia against Cyprus leaves them rock bottom of Group C3.
Slovenia’s last tournament was the World Cup in 2010 but Tomaž Kavčič’s side look along way off Euro 2020 on current form.
Norway will be confident of victory which would keep promotion hopes alive.