For our Moldova vs. Czech Republic prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the away side.
Czech Republic continue their quest to qualify for EURO 2024 as they travel to face Moldova.
Moldova currently sit 3rd in EURO 2024 Qualifying Group E, a group containing Poland, Albania, Faroe Islands and Moldova.
They enter this game fresh off the back of a 1-1 draw at home to Faroe Islands, a disappointing result given that is the easiest game of the group stage on paper.
As a result, Moldova have now failed to win any of their last three matches, drawing one and losing two.
Worse still, each of their last three games have all been at home meaning they don't have a particularly strong home record to fall back on here.
Their record in qualifiers on home soil has been fairly abysmal, with Moldova drawing two and losing seven of their last nine tournament qualifiers, scoring just four goals in that period.
Moldova have met Czech Republic just twice in their history, losing both games by shorelines of 5-0 and 0-2 with the most recent game back in 2003.
Moldova have virtually no chance of qualifying from this group and are essentially here to make up the numbers. As far as this game is concerned, do not expect them to take three points.
Czech Republic currently sit top of EURO 2024 Qualifying Group E with three points from one game.
Their opening game saw them take on fellow group favourites Poland in Prague, and the Czech's passed the test with aplomb after securing an impressive 3-1 win over Robert Lewandowski's team.
The result now means Czech Republic have won three of their last four qualifying matches and they're a firm favourite to make it four wins from five here.
Their record away from home has, however, been quite a concern of late having lost their last four consecutive games on the road.
In fairness, those games came against Spain, Portugal, Turkey and Switzerland - not the easiest fixtures - and their start to this qualifying campaign suggests they're on the right track.
This is one of the easiest games of this qualifying calendar for the Czechs and they should win this without too much issue. They're on track to top the group and considering the top two qualify automatically they should not be concerned about reaching next year's tournament after victory against Poland.