The Greek national football team has traveled to Tallinn, where it hopes to carry on with its winning streak against Estonia, for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. Greece has so far managed to defeat Gibraltar (4-1) and Cyprus (2-0) and is tied at the top of its group with Belgium.
The Monday evening match will be tricky for Greece’s coach Michael Skibbe, as he will not have Giorgos Tzavellas and Kostas Fortounis available due to injuries. It is likely that Jose Holebas or Kostas Stafylidis will take play as left back, while Tasos Bakasetas may take Fortounis’ place in the starting eleven.
The match is scheduled to begin at 21:45.