Slovenia vs Armenia Prediction 04.06.2024



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  • Competition: International Friendlies
  • Date: Thursday, 4th, June 2024
  • Kickoff: 17:00 UTC +1 / 18.00 CEST
  • Venue: Stadion Stozice (Ljubljana)

Looking to build strong momentum for Euro 2024, Slovenia hosts out-of-form Armenia at Stadion Stozice for an international friendly on Tuesday.

Slovenia vs Armenia Betting Tips: Armenia & Under 3.5

The 24-year wait for a European Championship appearance finally came to an end for Slovenia, who impressed during their qualifying campaign by finishing second in Group H, level on points with first-placed Denmark.

Before they head off to the big tournament, Sesko and co have two manageable tests ahead of them from which they will want to extract maximum value, and judging by their recent form, they shouldn't have any trouble seeing off Armenia followed by Bulgaria four days later.

Indeed, with only two losses in their last 19 matches in any format, it is evident that Slovenia has grown significantly as a national team in recent years, and it wouldn't be surprising if they manage to secure a spot in the knockout stages of the EUROs, even though they are in a tricky group with England, Denmark, and Serbia.

Given that both of their June international friendlies will be played on home soil, Kek's men will be confident of achieving the desired results, especially since they've been invincible at Stadium Stozice, a fact that CR7 and Portugal experienced firsthand at the end of March when Slovenia handed them a 2-0 defeat.

While their Tuesday hosts prepare for their journey to the European Championship, Armenia will go on a three-month break following their second international friendly against Kazakhstan scheduled for June 7, having once again fallen short in their quest for a first-ever appearance at any major tournament.

Despite making an impressive start to the group stage by earning four points from their first four matches—toppling Wales 4-2 in Cardiff and defeating Latvia 2-1 before holding Turkey to a big 1-1 draw—Havakakan sharply fell off with just one point in their next four assignments, swiftly ending their hopes of EURO qualification.

Otherwise, Oleksandr Petrakov's men head to Ljubljana in low spirits as they deal with a miserable eight-game winless streak that has seen them end up on the wrong end of the scoreline on six occasions, including March friendly losses to Kosovo and the Czech Republic.

In such dire straits, Armenia will struggle to put up a fight against the in-form Slovenia, who particularly dominate on their home turf, meaning Sesko and his teammates should cruise to a sure victory. However, with Fatje's defense proving tough to break down, we anticipate a home victory in what promises to be a less heated affair.


Slovenia team news

Certainly, the most surprising inclusion on Matjaz Kek's roster for the June friendlies is the former Atalanta ace Josip Ilicic, who has had a stellar season at Maribor (8 goals, 11 assists) and is expected to partner with the star player Sesko up front.

Udinese midfielder Sandi Lovric has been sidelined since early April after picking up a muscle injury against Serie A champions Inter Milan, but the 26-year-old is expected to be fit for the Euros, as well as the June friendly matches against Armenia and Bulgaria.

Last matches of Slovenia

  1. Slovenia

    2 : 0


    Friendly International

  2. Malta

    2 : 2


    Friendly International

  3. United States

    0 : 1


    Friendly International

  4. Slovenia

    2 : 1


    Euro Qualification

  5. Denmark

    2 : 1


    Euro Qualification

Slovenia lineup


  • 1

    Jan Oblak


  • 64

    Erik Janza

  • 29

    Jaka Bijol

  • 23

    Miha Blazic

  • 40

    Petar Stojanovic


  • 4

    Sandi Lovric

  • 16

    Adam Gnezda Cerin

  • 14

    Jon Gorenc Stankovic

  • 19

    Tomi Horvat


  • 30

    Benjamin Sesko

  • 72

    Josip Ilicic


Armenia team news

Following Inter midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan's withdrawal from the national team after the World Cup qualifiers for Qatar, Armenia has gained a new asset in whom they have high hopes, and that is Krasnodar star Eduard Spertsyan.

Head coach Oleksandr Petrakov has included several new faces on the roster for the June friendly matches against Slovenia and Kazakhstan, predominantly featuring players from the domestic Premier League.

Last matches of Armenia

  1. Czech Republic

    2 : 1


    Friendly International

  2. Armenia

    0 : 1


    Friendly International

  3. Croatia

    1 : 0


    Euro Qualification

  4. Armenia

    1 : 1


    Euro Qualification

  5. North Macedonia

    3 : 1


    Friendly International

Armenia lineup


  • 1

    Ognjen Cancarevic


  • 21

    Edgar Grigoryan

  • 6

    Sergey Muradyan

  • 5

    Styopa Mkrtchyan

  • 3

    Varazdat Haroyan

  • 19

    David Davidyan


  • 7

    Edgar Sevikyan

  • 11

    Hovhannes Harutyunyan

  • 9

    Artak Dashyan

  • 8

    Eduard Spertsyan


  • 18

    Artur Miranyan

4 Reasons why we expect Slovenia & Under 3.5

  1. Slovenia have achieved six victories in their last eight home matches in all competitions.
  2. Slovenia have recorded four dismissals in their last seven home matches.
  3. Armenia have suffered defeat in each of their last four away fixtures.
  4. Armenia have scored only one goal in their last three matches.

Main prediction Slovenia - Armenia

Slovenia to win



57% winrate


2 wins in a row

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Slovenia vs Armenia - FAQ

? Where to watch?

The match between these national teams will be broadcast on DAZN Deutsch, Diema Sport 2 (Bul), Digi Sport 2 (Rom), Digi Sport 4 (Rom), MTV Katsomo (Fin), MTV Urheilu 1 (Fin), Optus Sport (Aus), Prima Sport 1 (Rom), Spiler2 TV (Hun), Sport 1 (Cze), Sport 1 (Isr), TV2 Sport Premium (Nor), TV2 Sport X (Den), Viaplay (Swe)

? Who is Slovenia's player to watch?

Benjamin Sesko has been in top form, scoring at least once in each of his final seven matches for RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga.

? Who is Armenia's player to watch?

Eduard Spertsyan is the new hope for Armenia, with the 23-year-old having scored 11 goals and provided four assists for Krasnodar this season.