Slovenia will host Greece to Stozice Stadium in the capital Ljubljana for their match in UEFA's Nations League. Both countries were drawn in Group 3 with the Moldovan and Kosovo teams. Greece and Slovenia have met five times in history so far, but only one game has been played in this century.

The most recent clash with Greece took place in 2012, when the two countries faced each other in a friendly match, ending with no winner in a 1-1 draw. The Greeks were unbeaten in their encounters with Slovenia, after scoring 3 wins and 2 draws, only the first match between the two countries ended with a victory in favor of Slovenia. 3 of the matches have more than 2.5 goals, while 2 2 matches saw goals in both teams and Greece kept 3 clean sheets. Slovenia went to Poland to play the last game and lost 3: 2 in November 2019 at VL Euro 2020 disappointed. Slovenia won only 1 of the last 4 games - a 1-0 victory over a small Latvian handicap, but lost the remaining 3 matches. There have been no draws in their last 8 matches, with 6 of them ending in defeat.

Head coach John vant Schip has chosen his squad for the upcoming UEFA Nations League 2020/2021 matches against Slovenia and Kosovo on away field. With Lazaros Rota, Giannis Michailidis and Christos Tzolis, the participants of PAOK's UEFA Champions League victory over Besiktas this week were all present. In addition the Greek Federation has confirmed that the team will play against Austria on 7 October and Cyprus on 11 November in friendly matches. Greece faced Finland in their last match and won 2-1. The Greeks are on a streak of 3 consecutive victories, with all of those victories reaching a 1 goal difference. Before that victory, this country had a series of 7 no wins, including 5 losses.