Our prediction for this Nations League match:
High-flying Georgia will be looking to build on back-to-back wins over the likes of Kazakhstan and Latvia when they host Andorra at their Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena in Tbilisi. The Georgians are determined to qualify for EURO 2020 finals and we predict that they are going to take Saturday’s football match against Andorra very seriously. The hosts have been impressive at the back in 2018 and we are positive that they are going to keep yet another clean sheet in the UEFA Nations League. Andorra, on the other hand, shared the spoils with the likes of Latvia and Kazakhstan in the first two group games, but they face an uphill task in Saturday’s clash against Georgia. The Georgians are a real force to be reckoned with at home and we predict that they are going to keep their 100% record intact in Group 1.
Highlighted Player (Vakhtang Chanturishvili):
Vakhtang Chanturishvili is a Georgia international who is a product of Sasco Tbilisi football academy. After making 14 appearances for Norchi Dinamoeli Tbilisi, Vakhtang Chanturishvili continued his senior career at Zestafoni, where he scored 2 goals in 21 appearances for the club.
From 2015 to 2016 Chanturishvili played for the most famous Georgian side Dinamo Tbilisi and in 2017 he moved to Oleksandriya of Ukraine. Nowadays the Georgian footballer plays for Slovakian side Spartak Trnava, who booked their place in the 2018/2019 Europa League group stages.
Speaking of his international career, Chanturishvili made his Georgia debut in May 2016 in a 3-1 loss to Slovakia. Chanturishvili started the match, but he was substituted by Levan Kenia after 45 minutes. His main position is left midfielder, but he is used as a central midfielder as well. The Spartak Trnava footballer was born in Ozurgeti (Georgia) on August 5, 1993. His preferred foot is left.
Highlighted Team (Andorra):
Andorra national football team played their first official game in 1996, with the team suffering a 6-1 loss to Estonia. The Tricolours have been participating in both European Championship qualifiers and World Cup qualifiers since 2000, but they have yet to make it to the finals of the major tournament.
Andorra have established themselves as a cannon fodder for their rivals, but it has to be noted that they did well to beat Macedonia in the 2006 World Cup qualifier (1-0). The Andorrans play their home games at Estadio Nacional in Andorra la Vella and you should bear in mind that they suffered their biggest defeat in an official match on June 4, 2005 when they were outclassed by Czech Republic in Liberec.
Speaking of their biggest win, the minnows recorded a 2-0 victory over Belarus in a friendly game in Aixovall. The likes of Ildefons Lima and Oscar Sonejee are the most notable footballers who represented Andorra on the international stage.