Luxembourg vs Bulgaria Match Review

Luxembourg vs Bulgaria Match Review

November 19, 2022 Sports Review

Luxembourg vs Bulgaria Match Review

When Bulgaria plays Luxembourg in a friendly match on Sunday afternoon, they will be attempting to make it four victories in a row in all competitions.

The visitors will enter the game coming off of a victory over Cyprus, while Luxembourg’s most recent match ended in a draw with Hungary.

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  Luxembourg vs Bulgaria  Tips and Prediction

Luxembourg enters this match with a four-game winning streak, its most recent loss being on June 11 at home to Turkey in the UEFA Nations League.

The Red Lions placed second in League C Group 1, trailing Turkey by two points, hence they will once more participate in League C in the upcoming UEFA Nations League.

Luxembourg finished fourth in Group A with nine points from eight games, but they have never advanced to the World Cup finals. As a result, they won’t be at the 2022 World Cup.

There were gains from their previous qualification campaign because the national team actually tied Republic of Ireland in points during qualification.

During the qualification round for Euro 2024, Luc Holtz’s team will play Slovakia in March, as well as Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Portugal.

Bulgaria, meanwhile, comes into the game off a 2-0 friendly win against Cyprus on Wednesday, with goals from Kiril Despodov and Spas Delev.

The Lions are unbeaten in their last five games and have won their last three games, including two wins and two draws in the UEFA Nations League.

Georgia won League C Group 4 with 16 points to gain promotion to League B, and Mladen Krstajic’s team came in second with nine points.

Bulgaria has participated in seven World Cups, and its greatest performance came in 1994 when they placed fourth overall.

The Tricolors also reached the round of 16 in 1986, but aside from that, they have never made it out of the group stage and their last appearance in the World Cup finals was in 1998.


We anticipate a competitive match on Sunday afternoon because both teams will be in reasonably good shape going into this contest.

The Luxembourg team has a lot more experience, but Bulgaria also has a lot of talent, so we were forced to settle for a low-scoring draw in this match.