Estonia vs Cyprus Livestream, Preview, TV Guide, UEFA Nations League Today

Estonia vs Cyprus Livestream, Preview, TV Guide, UEFA Nations League Today

Today’s match between Estonia vs Cyprus Livestream of UEFA Nations League is on 24th March 2022, at 22:00 at A. Le Coq Arena (Tallinn). Here Catch Estonia vs. Cyprus Livestream, How To Watch UEFA Nations League Live Online, discourse with quick scorecard refreshes, Results, and much more.

Estonia vs Cyprus TV Guide

  • UK: BT Sport
  • US: BeIN Sport
  • Spain: Viaplay

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If you live in the UK, you can watch Estonia vs Cyprus on Arena Sport.

In America, watch Estonia vs Cyprus on FuboTV.

These TV Channels are Showing This Match Live in Different countries.
  1. UK: Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports
  2. US: fuboTV
  3. Live Score – Click Here
  4. Portgal: Match TV
  5. Atlético de Madrid: Sport TV
  6. Cyprus: Sky Sports
  7. Ukrain: V Sport Jalkapallo, V Sport Premium

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Estonia vs Cyprus Details

SERIES: UEFA Nations League
MATCH: Estonia v Cyprus
DATE: 24th March 2022
VENUE: A. Le Coq Arena (Tallinn)
TIME: 22:00

Estonia vs Cyprus Livestream: Match Preview

To decide their fate in the UEFA Nations League for the 2022-23 season, international minnows Estonia and Cyprus will meet in Tallinn on Thursday.

The first two-leg play-outs of the competition will select which nation will remain in League C and which will be consigned to the bottom tier of Europe.

Because League C consists of four groups, while League D consists of only two, the two teams that will be relegated will be determined over the course of the next week.

As the Faroe Islands and Gibraltar have already been promoted from League D, now Cyprus – the second-placed entrants – will face the third team of the quartet, Estonia.

The Estonians, ranked 106th in the world, recently completed their World Cup qualifying campaign in second place in Group E, with a total of just four points from eight games – marginal enough to send their teammates Belarus to last place.

The Blueshirts packed up all their points last autumn, holding on to a draw with Wales in Cardiff before beating Belarus 2-0 at home, but then were comfortably eliminated by Belgium and the Czech Republic in their last two games.

If anything, their form in the most recent Nations League was somewhat worse, and just three points gained from six games saw Karel Voolaid’s side finish adrift at the bottom of League C Group 2; thus forcing them into this two-legged bond to survive.

Swiss coach Thomas Haberli has taken the helm ever since, and the former Basel assistant will now try to retain Estonia’s third-tier status, rather than join the likes of Andorra and San Marino in League D.

Ranked just one place above their Baltic counterparts in the FIFA world pecking order, Cyprus will enjoy home advantage in next week’s second leg but must first travel to Tallinn’s A. Le Coq Arena looking for his first victory in almost a year.

Since defying the odds to beat Slovenia in March 2021, eight losses and a draw have followed, so the Mediterranean minnows have certainly lost that winning feeling.

In fact, a run of six games leading up to October’s 2-2 draw with Malta saw Nikos Kostenoglou’s side concede 15 times without scoring once, with their final games being a 6-0 thrashing of Russia and a defeat by 2-1. against Slovenia to conclude qualification for the World Cup.

Only avoiding bottom of Qualifying Group H by virtue of a slightly less terrible goal difference than Malta, the Cypriots actually finished bottom of League C Group 1 in the most recent Nations League, under the command of former coach Johan Walem.

The only win of that campaign saw Cyprus defeat 10-man Luxembourg in November 2020, and now they must try to make amends by salvaging their League C status.

Estonia vs Cyprus starting lineup

Estonia starting lineup:

Igonen; Paskotsi, Tamm, Mets; Puri, Kreida, Vassiljev, Poom, Sappinen; Zenjov, Anier

Cyprus possible starting lineup:

Dimitriou; Sotiriou, Laifis, Karo; Psaltis, Kastanos, Artymatas, Iouannou; Tzionis, Sotiriou, Papoulis

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FAQ?

Q. When does Estonia vs Cyprus kick-off?

Ans: 24th March 2022 at A. Le Coq Arena (Tallinn)

Q. Where is Estonia vs Cyprus being played?

Ans: At A. Le Coq Arena (Tallinn)

Q. What time does Estonia vs Cyprus match start?

Ans: 22:00 (PST)

Q. Where can I get tickets for Estonia vs Cyprus?

Ans: Fans can Buy tickets from clubs Official Websites.

Q. Which TV channel will Broadcasting Live in the UK?

Ans: This match will be televised live in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event (UK/Irl).

Q. What is the best way to watch Estonia vs Cyprus?

Ans: You can Watch it Live on SKY Sports.

Q. What is the Trendsinfoo prediction for Estonia vs Cyprus?

Estonia 2-0 Cyprus.

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