I believe in both teams they are good so it both teams to score.. Even at the end of the game they will both score... Score score they are good and I believe both players are ever ready to play and win..... Even if it seems impossible they will still score and
Bulgaria’s efforts in Kosovo weren’t amazing, they did avoid defeat, while their overall efforts on the road during the UEFA Nations League were reasonably encouraging. Their three travelling games in that competition yielded a win, a draw and a loss. Such a string of results is far from impressive, but it’s not too bad either, while their underlying numbers were respectable, as they averaged 1.47 expected goals for and conceded and average of 0.94.
If we consider how Czech Republic performed at home during the Nations League in relation to how Bulgaria performed on the road in the same competition, then it’s not at all difficult to make a case for the visitors in the betting.
Given that none of their recent performances have been pleasing, the Czech’s look somewhat overpriced ahead of Friday’s clash. In contrast, there appears to be plenty of juice in the price of the visitors. Quite simply, when we take everything into consideration, Bulgaria look to have a great chance of winning than the current odds suggest, so supporting the travelling side is easy to do.
Now the Spanish are unlikely to face a major test until the tournament, as they have an incredibly winnable group. However, the Spanish did start off their qualifying campaign with a couple of understated victories. Following a 1-0 success over Bosnia, they beat Spain 2-1 and Malta 2-0. They were solid results, but nothing spectacular. However, the format of this qualifying group means that the Spanish don’t really have to push themselves to make it to the Euros.
The Faroes scored just four goals in the previous qualifying campaign, conceding only 16. Their games were rarely thrillers, which could point to another straightforward victory for the away side. Spain scored the majority of their goals at home on the way to the 2018 World Cup, while they conceded 0.3 goals per game in their previous campaign. That has us backing under 3.5 goals in this clash, along with a win for the Spanish.
Marko Arnautović has scored twenty-two goals in seventy-nine appearances for his country, while Bayern Munich’s David Alaba has chipped in with thirteen goals in sixty-eight caps. This Slovenia side doesn’t have many goals in it, with midfielder Josip Iličić leading the way with five in fifty-seven appearances, but pacey forward Luka Zahović is one to watch. We’re confident that a double chance bet on Slovenia will payout on Friday, and have predicted a final scoreline of 1-1. The visitors are unbeaten in their last five matches, but each of those games have ended 1-1 which is why we aren’t backing Slovenia to win the game outright. Austria have lost their opening two matches and haven’t been keeping many clean sheets of late, which is why a 1-1 draw looks so appealing to us.