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Moldova vs Ukraine Prediction & Match Preview


UKRAINE will be looking to return to winning ways when they meet Moldova in an international friendly match at the Zimbru Stadium on Tuesday evening.

After starting their Euro 2024 preparations with a hard-fought 0-0 draw away at Germany, the Yellow-Blue were soundly beaten 3-1 by Poland last time out.

Serhiy Rebrov will be seeking an immediate response from his side when they meet Moldova in what will be their final warm-up fixture before Euro 2024.

Ukraine kick-off their European Championship campaign against Romania at the Allianz Arena on June 17.

Moldova, meanwhile, will be targeting what would be a third friendly win in succession on Tuesday night.

Since falling short in their own quest to qualify for Euro 2024, Serghei Clescenco’s side have earned top honours in exhibition encounters with both the Cayman Islands and Cyprus.

Ukraine are 2/5 favourites on Bet 365 to get what would be a morale-boosting win under their belt ahead of their Euro 2024 opener next Monday.

Despite losing just one of their last six matches, Moldova are massive 7/1 outsiders on Bet 365 while the draw can be backed at 27/10 with the same firm.

The two nations have come against each other five times on the international stage, with Ukraine claiming three wins and two draws from those fixtures.

The Yellow-Blue earned a narrow 1-0 win when the sides last crossed paths back in September 2014.

Artem Dovbyk netted his ninth international goal against Poland on Friday night and the Ukraine forward looks with backing to strike again here at 6/5 on Betfred. The Girona goal-getter notched a whopping 24 goals in 36 outings in La Liga last season.

Victor Bogaciuc has made the net bulge in each of his last two appearances for Moldova. The 24-year-old midfielder is 6/1 on Betfair to get in on the act again this midweek.

Having scored in his last two appearances for his country, the aforementioned Victor Bogaciuc is expected to get a run out from the start on Tuesday evening.

Following Friday’s 3-1 defeat at the hands of Poland, Serhiy Rebrov will almost certainly make changes to his starting XI, in what will be a final opportunity for his players to stake a claim for a starting berth against Romania.

Moldova: Railean; Craciun, Mudrac, Posmac; Cojocaru, Baboglo, Rata, Reabciuk; Motpan, Ionita; Nicolaescu

Ukraine: Trubin; Konoplya, Zabarnyi, Matvienko, Svatok, Zinchenko; Tsygankov, Sydorchuk, Malinovskyi, Yarmolenko; Dovbyk

Ukraine are unbackable at the above-mentioned price but bundling up an away win alongside over one match goal will boost the odds up to a backable 4/5 on Bet 365.

Moldova have made the net bugle in nine of their last 10 matches so the Yellow-Blue may need to strike twice take if they are to take top honours from this exhibition encounter.

It’s also worth noting that this 4/5 (Bet 365) combination has clicked in seven of Ukraine’s last eight victories, all of which adds to the appeal of supporting the same formula at the  Zimbru Stadium on Tuesday evening.

Moldova vs Ukraine

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