Croatia vs Latvia Euro Qualification 08 Sep 2023

Follow the live match score for Croatia vs Latvia (2023/24 Euro Qualification). You can also see the starting lineups for these National Football Teams.

The match will begin on September 8, 2023, at 18:45 UTC at Stadion HNK Rijeka in Rijeka.


Head-to-Head Record

These teams have never played against each other.


Croatia vs Latvia Lineups And Live Score

Croatia – Latvia Live Score

Also, check Turkey vs Armenia Euro Qualification 08 Sep 2023


Croatia National Football Team Predicted Starting Lineup

  • Dominik Livaković
  • Domagoj Vida
  • Duje Ćaleta-Car
  • Josip Juranović
  • Joško Gvardiol
  • Luka Modrić
  • Marcelo Brozović
  • Mateo Kovačić
  • Nikola Vlašić
  • Ante Rebić
  • Bruno Petković

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Latvia National Football Team Predicted Starting Lineup

  • Nils Purins
  • Roberts Savaļnieks
  • Mārcis Ošs
  • Daniels Balodis
  • Raivis Jurkovskis
  • Aleksejs Saveljevs
  • Kristers Tobers
  • Alvis Jaunzems
  • Roberts Uldriķis
  • Andrejs Cigaņiks
  • Vladislavs Gutkovskis



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Croatia vs Latvia Match Preview

Croatia had previously defeated Morocco, Turkey, and the Netherlands in three of their matches, lost to Spain in one, and drew with Wales in one. 8 goals were scored by Croatia, and 5 were allowed to be scored on.

In the current league season, Croatia has scored an average of 1.5 goals per game. The home team committed 10.50 fouls (on average) in each game they played, with 3 yellow cards and 0 red cards being sent out. Every game, Croatia averages a 6.36 team rating.

With an average possession percentage of 60.50% this season, Croatia appears adept at maintaining possession of the ball.

Latvia goes into this game with a recent record of 0-5: 0 wins, 4 losses (against the Republic of Ireland, Wales, Turkey, and Armenia), and 1 draw (against Andorra). The club scored seven goals while giving up nine (7-9).

Latvia averaged 1 goal and 2 goals against per game when playing away. 42 fouls were committed, and the team was given a total of 10 yellow and 1 red card. The average team rating for Latvia is 6.59 per game.

With an average of 30.33% throughout this season, Latvia’s ball possession is not great.


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