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Spain VS Bosnia

Spain vs Bosnia

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Spain and Bosnia‑Herzegovina face at Estadio de Gran Canaria, in a friendly match. This is the 6th friendly match of the year for Spain, after friendly matches against Wales, Tunisia, Switzerland, Argentina and Germany. As for Bosnia‑Herzegovina, this is the 8th friendly match of the year, after previous friendly matches against Turkey, South Korea, Montenegro, Senegal, Bulgaria, Mexico and United States. The only recent head‑to‑head between these two teams was played on 29‑05‑2016, and ended in a (3‑1) win by Spain.

Analysis of Spain

This is the 6th friendly match of the year for the home team, after having registered the following final scores in the previous friendlies: Wales (1‑4) Spain, Tunisia (0‑1) Spain, Spain (1‑1) Switzerland, Spain (6‑1) Argentina and Germany (1‑1) Spain. They come to this match after a away loss against Croatia by (3‑2). Spain has won 5, tied 3 and lost 2 of the last 10 home matches.

In this competition, they haven’t lost any of the last 5 matches. Defensive consistency hasn’t been their best feature, as they have conceded goals in 4 of the last 5 matches, but their offense has scored consistently, as they have scored at least one goal in each of the last 5 matches for this competition. There is a tendency for goals in their home matches, since 11 of the last 11 have ended with Over 1,5 goals and 9 out of 11 have ended with Over 2,5 goals. In 15 matches, they have conceded the first goal 5 times and have only turned the score around in 1. In the last 11 home matches for all competitions there is 1 period that stands out: they have conceded 4 of their 11 goals between minutes (31'‑45').

Spain has already won the World Cup once throughout its history, in 2010, as well as having won the European Championship three times, the last title to be conquered in 2012. The team campaigned considerably lower than expected during the 2018 World Cup in Russia as it ended up being knocked out in the round of 16 for the hosts on penalties after drawing by 1-1 in the regulation time. Since the end of the World Cup, the Spanish national team has had an uneven sequence of results, but at least it has been able to make bustling games, since in all the last six games it played after the World Cup it scored more than 1.5 goals. We believe that in this confrontation, when facing a weak national team, Spain will manage again to score several goals and conquer the victory.

Confirmed Lineup: Kepa, Diego Llorente, Jonny Castro, Mario Hermoso, José Gayá, Marco Asensio, Isco, Rodri Hernández, Dani Ceballos, Álvaro Morata, Suso.

Analysis of Bosnia-Herzegovina

The away team plays its 8th friendly match of the year. In the previous friendly matches they registered the following final scores: Turkey (0‑0) Bosnia‑Herzegovina, South Korea (1‑3) Bosnia‑Herzegovina, Bosnia‑Herzegovina (0‑0) Montenegro, Senegal (0‑0) Bosnia‑Herzegovina, Bulgaria (0‑1) Bosnia‑Herzegovina, Mexico (1‑0) Bosnia‑Herzegovina and United States (0‑0) Bosnia‑Herzegovina. In their last match, for the UEFA Nations League, they got an away tie against Austria by (0‑0). In the last 6 Friendlies away matches Bosnia‑Herzegovina has a record of 2 wins, 3 draws and 1 loss.

In this competition, they haven’t lost any of the last 5 matches. Defensive consistency has been one of their best features, as they have only conceded goals in 2 of the last 7 matches, but their offense hasn’t been one of their best features, as they haven’t scored any goals in 5 of the last 7 matches for this competition. In their away matches there is a tendency for goals, since 6 of the last 12 matches have ended ended with Under 1,5 goals. In the last 12 away matches for all competitions there are 2 periods that stand out: they have scored 6 of their 16 goals between minutes (31'‑45'); they have conceded 5 of their 8 goals between minutes (61'‑75').

Bosnia and Herzegovina has never won a major title and has never managed to qualify for the World Cup. During the European qualifiers for the World Cup in Russia, the team ended up in third place in Group H and was thus out of the 2018 World Cup. On the other hand, in the League of Nations it has been making a good campaign in Group 3 of the League B, so much that it leads the group with six points of advantage for the second placed. In three of the last six games that the team played, counting friendly and official competitions, were scored more than 1.5 goals by the teams. We believe that in this confrontation, when facing a very strong team, Bosnia and Herzegovina certainly will suffer goals.

Confirmed Lineup: I. Šehić, E. Bičakčić, E. Zukanović, B. Nastić, G. Cimirot, E. Višća, A. Gojak, R. Krunić, M. Bešić, E. Sarić, E. Džeko.

Betting suggestion:

In this confrontation between Spain and Bosnia and Herzegovina, we believe we will have more than 1.5 goals scored by the home team, taking into account the quality of the Spanish attack shown in the last matches after the World Cup and also believing that Bosnia and Herzegovina, although going through a good moment, will not be able to hold the opponent's attack and will eventually allow spaces to Spain.
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Friendlies - 2018

  • 93% 377 / 405 Games

  • Home team wins 44.83%
  • Draws 28.91%
  • Away team wins 26.26%
  • Over 1.5 66.31%
  • Over 2.5 41.64%
  • Over 3.5 23.87%
  • Goals 891
  • Goals /match 2.36
  • Goals /match home 1.4
  • Goals /match away 0.96
  • Both teams score 39.79%
  • Goals after 80' 12.35%


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