Date: 14th October, 2014
Venue: Estádio Do Algarve, Algarve, Portugal.
Kick off time: 19:45 hrs BST
Game week three of UEFA Euro 2016 qualifiers is about to start and in group D, last placed Gibraltar will play host to the fifth placed Georgia. Both the sides are yet to win a match in this event.
Georgia form: L-L-L-W-W
The away side are coming into this match after going with no momentum whatsoever. Their last three encounters have resulted in consecutive defeats. Their recent most loss came when they visited Scotland, where the final result was 1-0.
Prior to that match, they were routed 2-1 in their own backyard by Republic of Ireland. The last time Georgia won a match was in a friendly against Saudi Arabia in May earlier this year, where the score was 2-0.
Gibraltar form: L-L-W-D-L
Gibraltar have started their campaign in the event on an awful note. It is a nightmare that doesn’t seem to end for hosts. Their first match was against Poland, where they were defeated with a massive 7-0 score.
Same was the case when they carried their stigma to the Republic of Ireland. Their morale was completely drowned by the host nation, when by the end of the final whistle the scoreboard read 7-0.
Georgia: Davit Kvirkvelia
With 58 caps, this defender is the most experienced player that Georgia has. He will have to bring in his experience to stop the Gibraltar attack and help his side to their first victory.
Gibraltar: Kyle Casciaro
He is the forward who can take his team to the win. With only six caps, the 27 year old striker will be looking to make his name on the international scale.
Gibraltar is an inexperienced side and it shouldn’t be a problem for Georgia to defeat them comfortably (1.2 at William Hill). Instead Betvictor’s offer of 1.85 for more than 3.5 goals are much more tempting for this game.