Bosnia & Herzegovina – Finland Free Betting Tips
Bosnia and Finland play at the Stadion Bilino Polje in a UEFA Nations League (League B) match. The record of recent head-to-heads favors the visiting team, who in the last 5 matches won 2, drew 2 and lost 1. In this match home advantage could play a decisive role, as Finland has shown differences in performance in their home and away games.
After 1 win and 2 draws, the home team is currently on the 1st position with 5 points won. In their last match, they drew by (1-1) away against Montenegro, after in the previous match they won by (1-0) at home with Romania. This is a team that maintains its performance when playing away from its stadium, as in the last 30 games it records 2 wins, 6 draws and 7 losses as a visitor; against 3 wins, 5 draws and 7 losses in its stadium. Bosnia has won 3, drawn 3 and lost 4 of its last 10 games played at home for all competitions. Defensive solidity has not been their strong point, as they have conceded goals in 7 of their last 10 games, but their attack has scored with regularity, as they have scored goals in 7 of their last 10 games. In their home matches there is a tendency for few goals, as 8 of their last 15 matches have ended with Less than 1.5 goals and 12 out of 15 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 15 home games in all competitions there are 2 standout periods: scored 4 of its 8 goals between the minutes (61′-75′); conceded 7 of its 16 goals between the minutes (46′-60′).
Bosnia comes into this match after a 1-1 away draw in their visit to the Montenegro camp. Thus, the home team seems to be going through a reasonable moment, as it has two wins in the last four matches played. The home team usually plays in a 4-4-2 formation, favoring a slower style of play, attacking through short passes. In this design, the four men who will occupy the most central zone of the field are Amer Gojak, Amir Hadziahmetovic, Miralem Pjanic, and Dino Hotic. It should be noted that the Bosnian team features some quality players, mainly, captain Edin Dzeko.
The visiting team is currently in 2nd place with 4 points gained, after 1 win, 1 draw and 1 loss. In the penultimate match, they won at home to Montenegro by (2-0). In the last match, it lost away to Romania by (1-0). This is a team that curiously presents more positive results away than at home, since in the last 30 matches it registers 6 wins, 1 draw and 8 defeats as a visitor, with a total of 18 goals scored and 25 conceded. On the other hand, at home they have 4 wins, 4 draws and 7 losses, with a total of 11 goals scored and 15 conceded. In the last 10 away games Finland has won 4, drawn 1, and lost 5. The team has allowed goals to opponents in 8 of the last 10 games, so there are defensive processes that need to be improved. In 15 games, it has conceded the first goal 7 times and never managed to turn the score around.
Finland comes into this match unmotivated after an away defeat, 1-0, on the visit of Romania. Thus, the visiting team seems to go through an uneven period, as it accounts for two draws, two losses and one win in the last matches. The visiting team usually plays in a usual 5-3-2, favoring fast transitions. For this, they can count on the speed of Teemu Pukki and Joel Pohjanpalo. It should be noted that one of Finland’s best players is Norwich striker Teemu Pukki. Coach Markku Kanerva will not be able to count on central defender Daniel O’Shaughnessy because he is currently recovering from a fracture in his fibula.
BTS/YES Odds: 2.00
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