If Slovenia wins in Copenhagen, it won’t matter, if not… Andraž Šporar and Petar Stojanović will have to be extra careful
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Slovenia, in the qualifiers for the Euro 2024 is one of the most disciplined national teams. Matjaz Kek ‘s squad received only eight yellow cards in the eight matches played, which – hand on heart – is really low. It is interesting to note that Slovenians committed 89 offences and suffered 84.
So far, Slovenia has not had a player sent off in any of its matches on the way to next year’s tournament in Germany. But it is not insignificant that two of them are still at risk – if they turn yellow in Denmark, they will not be allowed to play against Kazakhstan. If Slovenia wins in Copenhagen on Friday, it will be completely irrelevant, if not… Well, in that case, Matjaž Kek would miss them a lot in the decisive match for the 2024 EP.
Two strikers try to avoid a yellow card in Denmark Andraž Šporar and winger Petar Stojanovic, who have both received two yellow cards so far. David Brekalo was also penalised twice, but due to injury he is not in the Slovenian national team this time.
In addition to the trio mentioned above, Erik Janža and Timi Max Elšnik have also received yellow cards in these qualifiers, but they have only seen yellow once, which means that they will be able to knock the Dana’s ankles without mercy in Copenhagen. Within limits, of course…
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