Moldova

form

All
MDA 2 - 1 AND
W
MDA 2 - 4 LVA
L
AND 0 - 0 MDA
D
LIE 0 - 2 MDA
W
KAZ * 0 - 1 MDA
L
MDA 1 - 2 KAZ
L
KOR 4 - 0 MDA
L
MDA 2 - 3 UGA
L
AUT 4 - 1 MDA
L
MDA 0 - 2 SCO
L
Scotland

form

All
ARM 1 - 4 SCO
W
IRL 3 - 0 SCO
L
SCO 2 - 0 ARM
W
SCO 1 - 3 UKR
L
AUT 2 - 2 SCO
D
SCO 1 - 1 POL
D
SCO 2 - 0 DEN
W
MDA 0 - 2 SCO
W
FRO 0 - 1 SCO
W
SCO 3 - 2 ISR
W
Head to Head
4 Matches (1 Draws)
0 Total wins 3
0 Home wins 2
0 Away wins 1
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
1 Draw
3 Wins
MDA 0 - 2 SCO
SCO 1 - 0 MDA
SCO 2 - 0 MDA
MDA 1 - 1 SCO
1 Goals Scored 6
Games Over 2.5 Goals 0 / 4
Both Teams Scored 1 / 4
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Scotland have won two of their three internationals against Moldova (D1), winning 1-0 earlier this World Cup qualifying campaign with a goal from Lyndon Dykes.
  2. In the only previous meeting between Moldova and Scotland hosted by the Moldovans, the sides played out a 1-1 draw in Chișinău in October 2004, with Steven Thompson cancelling out a Sergiu Dadu goal.
  3. Victory for Scotland would ensure them a play-off spot – the Tartan Army haven’t qualified for the World Cup since 1998.
  4. Moldova are winless in their last 18 World Cup qualifiers (D3 L15), losing their last seven in a row by an aggregate score of 23-3. Their last win was in October 2013 away at Montenegro, a 5-2 win.
  5. Scotland have won their last four matches, all in World Cup qualifiers – the Scots last won five games in a row between May and October 2007 under Alex McLeish, winning six consecutively.
  6. Moldova have won one of their last 38 qualifying matches for major tournaments (D5 L32), a 1-0 home win over Andorra in June 2019 in what was a EUROs qualifier.
  7. Scotland have won nine of their last 14 World Cup qualifiers (D4 L1), with their previous nine World Cup qualifying wins coming over a period of 27 matches (W9 D6 L12).
  8. No player has scored more goals in World Cup 2022 qualification for Scotland than John McGinn (4 – level with Lyndon Dykes), although all four of his goals so far have come in home matches.
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