Bosnia & Herzegovina – Iceland Free Betting Tips
Bosnia and Iceland clash at the Stadion Bilino Polje in a meeting for the European Championship Qualifier (Qualifying Qualifying Round). According to our data, there are no recent match records between these two teams. In this match the home factor could play an important role, as both teams have significant differences in their home and away results.
The home team makes its debut in this edition of the Euro Qualifiers with the intention of getting a positive result, taking advantage of the home factor. This is a stronger team when playing in its home stadium, as in the last 30 games it registers 2 wins, 6 draws and 7 losses as a visitor; against 5 wins, 4 draws and 6 losses in its home stadium. In the last game they played, for the UEFA Nations League, they lost with Romania away by (4-1). In the last 10 home games Bosnia registers 5 wins, 2 draws, and 3 losses. The team has allowed goals to its opponent in 7 of the last 10 games, so its defense needs to improve, but its attack has been scoring with regularity, as it has managed to score in 7 of the last 10 games. In its home games there is a tendency for few goals, as 9 of its last 12 games have ended with Less than 2.5 goals. In 15 games, it has conceded the first goal 8 times and has never managed to turn the score around. In the last 12 home games in all competitions there are 2 standout periods: scored 4 of its 10 goals between the minutes (61′-75′); conceded 5 of its 11 goals between the minutes (46′-60′).
Bosnia comes into this match unmotivated after a 4-1 away defeat in their visit to Romania in the Nations League. Still, the home team seems to be going through a reasonable moment, and despite this latest defeat, they have three wins in their last five games. The home team usually plays in a 5-3-2 formation, favoring fast transitions. For this, they can count on the passing ability of midfielder Amer Gojak. It should be noted that the Bosnian team has some quality players, especially the captain Dzeko. Coach Faruk Hadzibegic will miss Ermedin Demirovic and Sead Kolasinac, the former due to suspension and the latter due to injury.
The visiting team plays its first match in this edition of the European qualifiers with the intention of getting a positive result as an away team. This is a team that curiously presents more positive results away than at home, since in the last 30 games it registers 3 wins, 7 draws and 5 losses as an away team, with a total of 12 goals scored and 19 conceded. At home, on the other hand, they have 3 wins, 6 draws and 6 losses, with a total of 17 goals scored and 26 conceded. The team comes into this match after an away defeat with Sweden by (2-1). In the last 10 matches played away in all competitions, Iceland has won 3, drawn 2 and lost 5. The team has allowed goals to the opponent in 7 of the last 10 matches, so their defense needs to improve, but their attack has been scoring regularly, as they have managed to score in 7 of the last 10 matches. In 15 games, it has conceded the first goal 9 times and has never managed to turn the score around.
Iceland comes into this match demotivated after a defeat, by 2-1, in a friendly against Sweden. Thus, the visiting team seems to be going through a very bad phase, with seven consecutive games without a win. The visiting team usually plays in the usual 4-3-3, favoring fast transitions. For this, they can count on the finishing ability of Aron Bjarnason, Sveinn Aron Gudjohnsen and Saevar Atli Magnússon. It should be noted that Iceland’s national team is a team that presents some quality.
OVER 2.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00
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