Lithuania and Switzerland will face off in the 8th week of the 2022 WC Qualification Europe on Tuesday the 12th of October at 18:45 at Vilniaus LFF stadionas.
The prediction is that Switzerland will prevail. As per our forecast, there are 81.97% chances that Switzerland will win the match. The probability of a draw is 14.29%.
Under – Over statistics, Predictions
WC Qualification Europe - H2HMatches combined
Throughout this competition, Lithuania took part in 3 matches that ended with both teams scoring 2 goals or less in total (UNDER 2.5 -> 50.0%) and 3 matches that finished with the teams scoring more than 2 goals in total (OVER 2.5 – 50.0%).
When playing home, Lithuania took part in 1 match that finished with both teams scoring 2 goals or less in total (UNDER 2.5 -> 33.3%) and 2 matches that ended with more than 2 goals (OVER 2.5 -> 66.7%).
On the other side, Switzerland played 4 matches that finished with the teams scoring 2 goals or less in total (UNDER 2.5 -> 80.0%) and 1 match that finished with more than 2 goals (OVER 2.5 -> 20.0%).
When playing away, Switzerland competed in 1 match that ended with 2 goals or less (UNDER 2.5 -> 50.0%) and 1 match that ended with the teams scoring more than 2 goals in total (OVER 2.5 -> 50.0%).
Referee: Tiago Bruno Lopes Martins
|Referee: T. Lopes Martins|
The referee to officiate this encounter will be Tiago Bruno Lopes Martins who has already officiated 2 matches in WC Qualification Europe this season.He has never officiated a match for any of the 2 teams this season.
Lithuania – Performance
Lithuania has scored 4 goals in total. It has a propensity to score later in the match. 1 goal were scored in the first half (25.00%), 3 goals in the second (75.00%). Lithuania has a negative goal difference (-10) after scoring 4 goals and conceding 14 goals.
The top scorer is F.Černych who has scored 2 goals in 7 matches. He hasn’t scored any goal on a penalty.
Switzerland – Performance
Switzerland has scored 6 goals in total. It has an inclination to score early. 5 goals were scored in the first half (83.33%), 1 goal in the second (16.67%). Switzerland has a positive goal difference (+5) after scoring 6 goals and conceding 1 goal.
The top scorer of the team is S.Zuber who has scored 3 goals in 7 matches. He hasn’t scored any goal on a penalty.