Bulgaria vs Gibraltar Match Review

Bulgaria vs Gibraltar Match Review

September 22, 2022 Sports Match

Bulgaria vs Gibraltar Match Review

On Friday night, Bulgaria Welcome Gibraltar in League C Group 4 in an effort to win and keep their place in the UEFA Nations League’s third division.

Gibraltar would surpass their hosts with one game left in the group, though, if they win in Sofia.

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Bulgaria vs Gibraltar Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Bulgaria 1.08 1.10 1.09
Gibraltar 26.00 27.00 28.00

Bulgaria vs Gibraltar Tips and Prediction

Bulgaria were definitely not the clear favorites to win this group, but it looked like the Lions were ready to mount a serious promotion effort.

That has not been the case, with three draws from their first four games, the last of which was a competitive goalless tie against Georgia’s leaders.

Bulgaria has work to do to prevent the disgrace of losing their standing at this level to their next opponents after their lack of victories and 5-2 home loss to the frontrunners.

The stakes were raised for Bulgaria, which was taking part in this competition’s second division when Gibraltar’s comeback 1-1 draw in June signified one of their most remarkable results in their brief existence.

Interestingly, Bulgaria has gone 13 games without winning in this competition, a drought that dates back to October 2018, and new head coach Mladen Krstajic is aware of how important this game is going into it.

With one game left, a win on Friday would put Bulgaria five points ahead of last-place Gibraltar; a loss would leave Gibraltar daydreaming of their greatest international football accomplishment.

Although Los Llanis are now without a victory in 21 games across all competitions, they last held Bulgaria three months prior to this encounter.

The sole goal Julio Cesar Ribas’ team has scored in six games was Liam Walker’s penalty in the relevant match, but Gibraltar has three draws in the same number of games.

The goals were all scored by the 31st minute, but Gibraltar was beaten 4-0 in North Macedonia the last time they played.


Gibraltar will be confident of at least replicating the feat on Friday after already pulling off an unexpected draw against Bulgaria. Even if they have to fight their way through this game, the home team should still have enough talent to win.