UEFA Nations League Pick: Romania vs. Lithuania

Romania is in 3rd place with 6 points, two behind leaders Serbia with 8 pts. It’s a tight group at the top with Montenegro also in the mix with 7 points. Lithuania has been the punching bag of the group, losing all four matches and have already earned relegation to League D for the next UEFA Nations Cup. They have scored 2 goals and conceded 9 in their 4 matches so far.

Event: (225485) Lithuania at (225486) Romania
Date/Time: November 17, 2018 2PM EST
Play: Romania -1.5 (-107)

UEFA Nations League

Romania is in 3rd place with 6 points, two behind leaders Serbia with 8 pts. It’s a tight group at the top with Montenegro also in the mix with 7 points. Lithuania has been the punching bag of the group, losing all four matches and have already earned relegation to League D for the next Nations Cup. They have scored 2 goals and conceded 9 in their 4 matches so far.

Going back to their World Cup qualifiers, Lithuania managed just one win in their 10 games in their group. On the road they did not win a game, were held scoreless three times and had an ugly 2:12 goal differential. Romania was better, losing just three games with a 3-4-3 record and a positive 12:10 goal differential.

In ther first meeting between these teams, Romania won 2-1 at Lithuania nearly doubling them in shots, taking 16 with 7 on goal compared to 9 shots with only 2 on goal. Now returning to home and needing all 3 points here, I expect Romania to take advantage of this weak Lithuanian team. The final results of the group could come down to goal differential so look for them to capitalize as much as possible instead of just getting an early lead and settling into possession football.

TAKE ROMANIA -1.5

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