Montenegro have Greece at the Podgorica City Stadium in Podgorica on Monday for a worldwide agreeable.
The Brave Falcons lost 1-0 to Armenia on Tuesday, politeness of a first-half strike from Vahan Bichakhchyan.
It was their second continuous misfortune and expanded their winless altercation all contests to four games.
Truth be told, Miodrag Radulović’s side have won just threefold since the beginning of 2021, with those successes coming in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, however they were sufficiently not to advance.
Montenegro completed fourth in Group C and presently anticipate the UEFA Nations League in June.
Greece likewise failed to catch their plane to Qatar subsequent to coming third in Group B yet have begun 2022 from a positive point of view.
The Euro 2004 heroes beat Romania 1-0 in Bucharest as Andreas Bouchalakis opened his record for the side.
Montenegro versus Greece Head-To-Head
Shockingly, the Balkan sides have conflicted only once previously.
That was an agreeable game, with Greece winning 2-1 in March 2016
Montenegro versus Greece Team News
The Brave Falcons lost 1-0 to Armenia on Tuesday in a limp presentation, so administrator Miodrag Radulović might pick to roll out a couple of improvements.
Igor Ivanovic, who fell off the seat, might be restored on the traditional to add width, while Danijel Petković might return in objective.
The Pirate Ship persevered through differentiating fortunes, beating Romania 1-0 in an agreeable.
Lead trainer Gus Poyet might in any case give a portion of his different players an opportunity to begin on Monday.
AEK Athens protector Giorgos Tzavellas, who has 45 covers, could get back to the XI while AZ Alkmaar striker Vangelis Pavlidis is likewise gunning to begin.
Moldova-based Giorgos Athanasiadis is hoping to make his worldwide presentation.
Montenegro versus Greece Predicted XI
Montenegro (4-3-3): Danijel Petković; Nikola Vukčević, Žarko Tomašević, Igor Vujačić, Risto Radunović; Miloš Raičković, Marko Janković, Novica Eraković; Igor Ivanović, Uroš Đurđević, Milutin Osmajić
Greece (4-3-3): Odysseas Vlachodimos; Lazaros Rota, Dinos Mavropanos, Giorgos Tzavellas, Kostas Tsimikas; Andreas Bouchalakis, Manolis Siopis, Petros Mantalos; Tasos Douvikas, Vangelis Pavlidis, Dimitris Pelkas.
Montenegro versus Greece Prediction
The sides enter the match on the rear of differentiating results yet that doesn’t be guaranteed to make a difference.
There’s a comparative degree of value in the two crews and we could see a low-scoring draw here.