Armenia - Greece
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Armenia’s hopes of qualification for Euro 2020 hang by a thread. However, goals and entertainment should be guaranteed in this fixture as six of Armenia’s eight European Championship qualification (ECQ) fixtures this campaign have produced over 2.5 total match goals.Scoring first has become a recurring theme for Armenia, who have done so in five of the six ECQs in which they have scored in this campaign. Two-thirds of Armenia’s goals against (ten of 15) were conceded in the second half, with nine coming after the hour mark.Greece have been following a similar pattern, scoring six of their nine ECQ goals this campaign during the second half, with five of those six coming after the hour-mark. The first goal is also a vital part of games involving Greece, as all six of Greece’s matches won/lost in this ECQ campaign have favoured the side striking first.Regardless, Greece haven’t enjoyed their road trips, and have won just once in their last nine ECQ away matches (W1, D4, L4), while losing their last two. A little consolation for the travelling fans, however, is that Greece have avoided defeat in four of five H2Hs (W3, D1, L1).Players to watch: Tigran Barseghyan has been Armenia’s last goal scorer with each of his three ECQ strikes this campaign. Meanwhile, Konstantinos Fortounis has been Greece’s first goalscorer with two of his three ECQ strikes.Stat attack: Five of Armenia’s last six ECQs have seen one side score at least three times.Additionally, Armenia’s last three home ECQ fixtures have seen one side score at least thrice.More than a third of Greece’s ECQ goals against (five of 13) have been conceded before the half-hour mark.Greece have shut out Armenia in four of the five H2Hs, all of which finished with under 2.5 total match goals.
Finland - Liechtenstein
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Currently ranked #55 by FIFA, Finland can guarantee themselves a maiden European Championship berth with a home victory against the winless Liechtenstein (#181). Impressively, Finland have conceded (and lost) to only one visiting team (Italy - ranked #15) across their last seven competitive home fixtures (W6, L1).
Not devastating in attack, Finland averaged nearly 1.67 goals per-match over those six home wins. However, they have improved in that regard recently, overturning a -1 handicap in three of the last four victories within that sequence. That said, three of Finland’s last four competitive home wins have come after a goalless first half.
Though winless in 12 games (D3, L9), Liechtenstein have collected points in two of their last three matches as a betting outsider. The fact remains, however, that only San Marino and Latvia have conceded more than Liechtenstein’s 25 goals against across eight European Championship qualification (ECQ) matches.
The visitors have trailed at the break on all of the eight possible occasions in this qualifying campaign, though they have held their opposition to just one first-half goal in six of those eight (including the last five). However, 40% of those 25 goals conceded arrived after the 75th minute mark.
Key battle: Finland’s Teemu Pukki has scored in five of his last six international starts. He will go head-to-head with Liechtenstein goalkeeper Benjamin Büchel, who has recorded the second-highest tally of saves (39) in this qualification campaign.
Stat attack: Finland’s last 19 matches have all resulted in a winner, with 13 won by the half-time leader.
Four of Finland’s last seven home games have seen the hosts finish the match without a single card.
The last four H2Hs played since 2009 have produced a final margin of two or fewer goals.
Norway - Faroe Islands
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Norway have won just two of their previous eight international fixtures (W2, D5, L1), thus developing a reputation as ‘draw specialists’ in recent times. Strikingly, both teams scored in all of those draws, with Norway surrendering the lead in three of the drawn fixtures.
Despite being on an underwhelming run of form, Norway’s attack has been consistent, if unremarkable. They have found the back of the net in 12 consecutive matches, but they netted over 2.5 goals just once during those fixtures, and scored over 1.5 goals in just five of them.
Faroe Islands ended a seven-game losing streak with victory vs Malta last time out (1-0), and it was also the first goal they had scored in four matches. However, that result still extended a 13-game sequence of failing to score over 1.5 goals in a game.
That victory vs Malta also handed the visitors their first clean sheet in 14 matches. However, they have still conceded 2+ goals in seven of their previous eight matches.
When the Faroe Islands have found the net on foreign soil, it has tended to be before half-time, with three of their previous four away goals coming in the first half.
Players to watch: Alexander Sorloth (NOR) has scored four goals across his previous nine appearances for club and country. Three of the goals came after the 70th minute.
Though he scored the Faroe Islands’ winner vs Malta, Rogvi Baldvinsson has picked up four cards across his previous five matches for club and country (three yellow, one red).
Stat attack: Norway have scored a goal after the 90th minute in each of their previous two matches.
Each of Norway’s previous five matches have witnessed exactly two goals in total.
There have been an average of three cards per-game shown across the Faroe Islands’ last four matches.
Bosnia & Herzegovina - Italy
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Bosnia and Herzegovina have suffered four losses in their last six European Championship qualification (ECQ) matches, conceding at least twice in each of those defeats. Late collapses are a theme, as Bosnia have kept six first-half cleansheets in this qualification campaign, but half (seven) of their 14 goals against have been conceded within the last 15 minutes of play.
In isolation, the hosts’ home form comes as a complete contrast though, with an unbeaten run of nine home ECQ matches (W6, D3) preceding this one. Furthermore, the hosts have kept three clean sheets during this run, while conceding more than one goal just once.
Italy travel after a national record-equalling ninth consecutive win. The ‘Azzurri’ have kept six clean sheets during this run, although they conceded first in two of the remaining three fixtures. Their recent form in ECQ fixtures is even more pristine, with 12 straight wins helping them remain unbeaten since September 2006 (W32, D6).
Defensively sound, Italy have kept six first-half clean sheets this ECQ campaign. Meanwhile, down in the final third, Italy have scored at least twice in each of their last ten ECQ fixtures, and exactly twice in half.
Players to watch: Amer Gojak has been Bosnia’s last goalscorer in each of the three ECQ matches where he has scored this campaign. Meanwhile, Andrea Belotti has scored each of his three ECQ goals this campaign in the first or last 30 minutes of play.
Stat attack: Five of Bosnia’s 17 ECQ goals have been scored in the final 15 minutes of play.
Eight of Italy’s last nine ECQ away goals have been scored in the second half.
More specifically yet, five of their last six ECQ away goals have come in the 70th minute or later.
Both of the preceding two H2Hs have ended with a 2-1 scoreline.
Denmark - Gibraltar
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Unbeaten inside the regulation 90+ minutes of their last 23 competitive games, Denmark appear set for a landslide victory. If including friendly results, the Danes have also kept four straight clean sheets heading into this one, while conceding just three goals across the last eight competitive matches held at the Telia Parken Stadium.
Despite Denmark’s solid defensive performances at home, relatively high total goal and corner counts can be expected. Significantly, all but one of Denmark’s European Championship qualification (ECQ) matches this year have produced over 8.5 corners, while over half (five) of Denmark’s last eight matches have each produced over 3.5 total goals.
Gibraltar, meanwhile, couldn’t be in a worse position for this game, considering that they have a ten-game losing streak in all competitions/friendlies behind them. With half of those matches seeing over 3.5 goals scored, Gibraltar’s porous defence is seemingly certain to be punished once again.
As well as failing to score in eight of those ten aforementioned defeats, Gibraltar have scored just one goal in ten away fixtures since March 2017 (all friendlies/competitions). That one goal coincided their only clean sheet in 21 away trips. with Gibraltar conceding in both halves in 15 of those away matches.
Players to watch: Christian Eriksen has three goals this ECQ phase, and is likely to be Denmark’s designated penalty/free-kick taker.
Not to be underestimated, Gibraltar duo Roy Chipolina and Lee Casciaro together have an average age of 37, but both men scored last time out.
Stat attack: November 1995 remains the last time Denmark conceded in a home ECQ fixture against a qualification group’s lowest seeds.
Gibraltar have lost both halves in five of six ECQ matches played so far during this phase.
Just three (20%) of Gibraltar’s last 15 matches (including friendlies) have seen both teams score.
Romania - Sweden
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Romania approach this critical Group F encounter knowing that a defeat would end their prospects of qualification. They’ve suffered only four losses in their last 25 international fixtures, with three of those defeats coming to nations lying inside the top-18 of FIFA’s rankings.
They will be buoyed by the fact that they are generally reliable at home, with only Spain and the Netherlands beating Romania on home soil since the start of 2017 (W10, D4). Being defensively secure is vital though, given that eight of their previous 12 victories have been accompanied by a cleansheet.
Already guaranteed a play-off appearance at least, Sweden (W4, D3, L1) will confirm progression from this group with a win. Their overall form is fairly solid, as they’ve suffered just one defeat in nine matches ahead of kick-off (W4, D4), while their last three wins have all come despite a -2 handicap.
Albeit against lesser nations, Janne Andersson’s side have won back-to-back away clashes, but haven’t won three in succession away since 2011. They have achieved clean sheets in five of their last eight away though (including World Cup 2018 matches), while their past three wins have seen them lead inside 12 minutes.
Players to watch: Romanian striker George Puşcaş has 11 goals in his last 16 international (youth/senior) appearances.
Robin Quaison has four goals across Sweden’s last eight matches, with all goals either extending their lead or putting his side ahead.
Stat attack: None of Romania’s last three games have seen a first-half goal.
Sweden have been losing at half-time in only two of their eight group games.
Nine of Romania’s previous 13 games have featured over 2.5 goals.
Spain - Malta
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Two-time European Championships winners Spain concluded the last Euro 2020 qualification (ECQ) matchday as one of just four nations yet to lose this qualifying campaign. They also come into this one as the team with the best passing rate (91%), most possession (70%) and second-most shots on goal (173).
As heavy favourites, Spain are fancied to claim a fifth clean-sheet victory from six home games played since the last World Cup. As expected, Spain also waltzed to a two-goal win in Malta earlier in this ECQ campaign, claiming 80% possession and 23 attempts at goal.
Malta’s loss in the Faroe Islands means that they have now failed to win 30 consecutive matches away from home (D4, L26). They have also been held scoreless in each of their last seven (home or away).
Though Spain are considered more likely to overturn a -6.5 handicap than Malta are to even draw, just one team has managed to record a winning margin of more than 2.5 goals at home to Malta since the beginning of 2018. Furthermore, they managed to avoid conceding inside the first half-hour in the reverse H2H of this qualification campaign.
Players to watch: Super Spaniard Sergio Ramos has not only scored in four of seven appearances for Spain this ECQ campaign, but also in three of his last four starts for Real Madrid.
Maltese mischief-maker Steve Borg has been booked or sent off in four of his last six UEFA fixtures for club or country.
Stat attack: Nearly half (162) of the 353 second-half goals across the first 200 matches of this ECQ campaign have been scored from the 76th minute till full-time.
Ten of Spain’s last 12 goals scored at home have come after the break.
Malta have restricted the opposition to under 1.5 first-half goals in five of their last seven matches (L7 - GF 0, GA 17).
Switzerland - Georgia
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Unbeaten in their last 15 competitive home outings (W13, D2), Switzerland are expected to dominate against Georgia in this European Championship qualification (ECQ) encounter for Euro 2020. The Swiss scored at least three goals in ten of the games during that run, and 76.92% of those victories were accompanied by a cleansheet.
Interestingly, the ‘Nati’ are also unbeaten in their last seven ECQ home fixtures (W6, D1), while scoring an average of 3.71 goals per game in the process. Sticking with a potentially high-scoring theme, six of Switzerland's last eight competitive home fixtures have produced over 2.5 goals, and four have seen over 5.5.
Georgia are in poor form after winning just two of their eight ECQ games to date (W2, D2, L4). Scoring goals has been an issue for the visitors, as they failed to net in half of those fixtures. They did, however, restrict seven of their eight opponents across that period to two goals or less. As a consequence, half of those matches featured under 2.5 total goals.
Though expected to be nothing more than bit-players, Georgia may want to keep it tight late on, as 62.5% of the eight ECQ away goals that they have conceded arrived after the hour mark.
Players to watch: Haris Seferović (SUI) has 18 goals for his nation, emerging victorious from each of the 13 international games in which he has scored.
If he scores here, Jaba Kankava (ten international goals) would become the top scorer in Georgia’s current set-up.
Stat attack: Switzerland have scored 2+ uninterrupted match goals in each of their last five competitive home games.
Three of Georgia’s four away goals in this ECQ campaign were scored in the opening half hour.
Six of the seven goals scored during the three H2H ECQ meetings came after the break.
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