UEFA Euro Qualifiers Betting Score Prediction today presents a super-hot match between Finland vs Greece, which will take place on Friday, 6 September 2019 at 01:45 WIB, at the Ratina Stadium.
Group J is one ‘hell’ group that shows difficult battles between teams. It can be seen how Finland really needs a victory to secure the second position of the standings, or even push the position of Italy as the top of the standings.
On the other hand, Greece is also in dire need of victory to compete again in the race for second place considering they are only able to collect 4 points. Regardless of the status of these two teams, it is mandatory to see how the meeting records.
From their last five meetings, these two teams are equally good, where each other turns to win, in the sense that today’s match deserves to end with a draw, as the winning percentage also raises the balanced strength of these two teams.
Asian Handicap Market – Finland vs Greece:
Finland 0: 1/2 Greece
Score Prediction – Finland vs Greece:
Finland 1-0 Greece
Not only percentages, the handicap market also produces the same value. Despite favoring the home side, from the team’s assessment, we stated that the odds ended with a draw bigger than the winning scores for both teams.
For this reason, this match puts forward the draw scores, and this draw is also based on how the two teams have traveled in the last few matches, and the results corner both of them deserve to share 1 point.
Head to Head – Finland vs Greece:
[11/16/18] Greece 1 – 0 Finland
[10/16/18] Finland 2 – 0 Greece
[05/09/15] Greece 0-1 Finland
[12/10/14] Finland 1 – 1 Greece
[07/02/08] Greece 2 – 1 Finland
Finland’s Last 5 Matches:
[11/01/19] Finland 1 – 2 Estonia
[24/03/19] Italy 2 – Finland
[3/27/19] Armenia 0-2 Finland
[08/06/19] Finland 2 – 0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
[12/06/19] Liechtenstein 0-2 Finland
Greece’s Last 5 Matches:
[24/03/19] Liechtenstein 0-2 Greece
[3/27/19] Bosnia-Herzegovina 2 – 2 Greece
[5/31/19] Turkey 2 – 1 Greece
[09/06/19] Greece 0 – 3 Italy
[12/06/19] Greece 2 – 3 Armenia
Finland: Hradecky, M. Halsti, J. Raitala, J. Toivio, A. Granlund, G. Kamara, P. Forsell, T. Sparv, R. Schuller, E. Markkanen, T. Pukki.
Greece: Karnezis, S. Papastathopoulos, G. Tzavellas, K. Lambropoulos, K. Manolas, Zeca, A. Tziolis, K. Fortounis, L. Christodoulopoulos, A. Bakasetas, K. Mitroglou.