Bosnia-Herzegovina v Liechtenstein Betting Tip Over 4.5 goals- 5 September 2019

Bosnia to coast home against minnows

Euro Qualifiers Tips

Bosnia and HerzegovinaBosnia-Herzegovina v Liechtenstein Liechtenstein
Thursday 5th September 1945hrs
Football – International –Euro 2020 Qualification
Pick Over 4.5 goals
Bookmaker William Hill
Odds: 6/5 (odds taken 16.00 GMT, Tuesday 3 September)

1 X 2
1/1000 57/2 49/1

* (Betting Odds were taken from 22Bet on September 3, 2019 at 16.00)

Bosnia would have been disappointed not to take anything from the last set of qualifiers and will be desperate for all three points at home to a Liechtenstein team who are yet to gain a point after four games.

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Bosnia-Herzegovina Preview – Will Bosnia get qualification campaign back on track after consecutive defeats?

Bosnia reached the World Cup in 2014 but are yet to play in the finals of the European Championships. Four games into this campaign and they are adrift of where they would hope to be with back-to-back defeats in the last set of qualifiers which could prove crucial. Both of those defeats came on the road when losing 2-0 to Finland before a narrow 2-1 reverse against group favourites Italy. Although defeat in Italy would have somewhat expected, conceding a goal so late on would have been frustrating – especially having taken the lead in that game. Stretching back further and the 2-2 draw at home to Greece looks to be even more damaging now and was also a game where they had a lead but were unable to hold on to it.

Bosnia’s only win in this campaign came in their first match when defeating Armenia 2-1 at home. There’s no doubt they would have been hoping for more than four points at this stage and it leaves them a lot of work to do. Currently in fifth spot in Group J, Bosnia will be targeting a minimum of four points from this double-header with Armenia away from home to come on Sunday. Anything less than that and they will be really up against it with Finland, Greece and the Armenians all looking to fill second spot behind Italy.

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Liechtenstein Preview – Can Liechtenstein spring a surprise and get first points of the qualification campaign?

As one of Europe’s minnows, these qualifying groups are always a real grind for Liechtenstein and this one is proving no different. Four games in and they are still to register a point or even as much as a goal. A 2-0 defeat to Greece opened proceedings before a thumping six goal defeat in Italy a few days later illustrated just how difficult this was going to be. It didn’t get much better in June when going down 3-0 in Armenia before losing 2-0 to Finland at home in their most recent qualifier. It’s not much of a surprise to see them at the foot of the section having suffered some really underwhelming results in the Nations League campaign last year.

You have to go all the way back to December 2017 for the last time Liechtenstein avoided defeat on their travels when defeating Qatar 2-1 in a friendly game. The last time they picked up a result on the road in a competitive game was November 2014, a 1-0 win away to Moldova. They go into Thursday’s game on a run of six straight away games and it would appear to be one that is going to come to an end anytime soon.

Key-Facts –

Bosnia-Herzegovina v Liechtenstein 

  • Bosnia have struggled in this campaign so far, accumulating just four points from as many games
  • Liechtenstein are perennial strugglers at this level and remain pointless in Group J after four games
  • Liechtenstein have yet to score a goal in this group and are on a losing run of 12 in competitive away games

Bosnia-Herzegovina v Liechtenstein Betting Advice

Despite not even being at the halfway stage of qualification, this is an absolute must win for the home team. For any of the nations who had hopes of finishing in the top two, games against Liechtenstein would have been seen as having to return six points. Bosnia will be hoping to build some confidence following three games without a win in this section. For the visitors, it’s all about being competitive and although a result looks as though it will be beyond them, they will hope to at least get a goal having drawn a blank in their last four matches.

For all Bosnia have not been at their best in this group so far they know a good showing here coupled with another result on Sunday will put them right back into contention. Their home form is traditionally very strong as well and they will be expecting a comfortable evening. The Bosnian’s have hit the likes of Gibraltar, Cyprus and Estonia for big scores at home in recent qualification campaigns. They have hit five on each of those occasions and are capable of doing so again here.