Cyprus will face Greece in UEFA Nations League Group C2 at AEK Arena-Georgios Karapatakis on Saturday (September 24).
The hosts have lost the last seven meetings between the two sides since 2002 and will be looking to end this drought.
Cyprus failed to find their feet last time out, as they were held 2-2 by Northern Ireland in June.
They have now tasted no victory in the Nations League, claiming two draws and as many defeats in four games.
Cyprus are third in Group C2, level by two points with bottom Northern Ireland.
Meanwhile, Greece maintained their 100% record in the Nations League when they picked up a comfortable 2-0 win over Kosovo last time out.
They have now won four times in two games, scoring seven goals and keeping four clean sheets.
With 12 points out of a possible 12, Greece sit comfortably top of the group standings, with a cushion of six points over second-placed Kosovo.
Head to head Cyprus vs Greece and key figures
- Greece have been utterly dominant in this game, claiming 21 wins in the last 31 encounters.
- Cyprus have only won three times in this period, while the spoils have been split seven times.
- Greece are on a seven-game winning streak against Cyprus, dating back to a 2-1 defeat in November 2021.
- Cyprus head to the weekend without a win in their last four games in all competitions, claiming two draws and losing twice since March.
- Meanwhile, Greece have won all four of their Nations League games, scoring seven goals and keeping four clean sheets.
Cyprus vs Greece Prediction
Greece have enjoyed a superb campaign in the Nations League and will be aiming for a fifth successive victory. They face an outstanding Cypriot side who have only managed three wins in their last 31 games. Greece are expected to maintain their fine form and secure a comfortable victory.
Prediction: Cyprus 0-2 Greece
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Cyprus vs Greece Betting Tips
Tip 1: Result – Greece
Tip 2: Both teams score – Nope (Greece have not cashed in their last four outings.)
Tip 3: Over 2.5 goals – Nope (There have been under three goals scored in nine of Greece’s last ten games.)