Estonia takes on the visitors Bosnia and Herzegovina at “A. Le Coq Arena” in the closing gameweek 10 of the Europe’s Qualifiers Group stage for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. The match will be played in Tallinn on Tuesday, October 10th.
Estonia comes up to the fight with four-clash undefeated streak, having gained 0:0 draw against Greece together with three victories over Latvia 2:1, Cyprus 1:0 and Gibraltar 6:0 last Saturday. The Estonians recorded clean-sheets in three recent encounters, having not conceded a goal for 338 minutes of football already. However, it was too late for Estonia to start playing. With nine rounds behind, the team settles on the fourth position in Group H with 11 points taken and 12-17 goal difference, having lost all chances for promotion to the World Cup’s final stage. Estonia picked up six points with 5-4 goal difference in four matches in front of its fans after two triumphs over Gibraltar 4:0 and Cyprus 1:0 together with two defeats from Greece and Belgium with the same 0:2 scoreline.
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Meanwhile, Bosnia and Herzegovina has failed the autumn phase of the Qualifying Competition after 2:3 loss to Cyprus, 4:0 win vs. Gibraltar and finally 3:4 defeat from Belgium in a super spectacular performance at its own turf last Saturday. That failure has practically crossed out Bosnia’s chances to promote to the final stage of the tournament. The team is sitting on the second place in the group with 14 points earned being the second worst team of the current qualifying competition which means it won’t even participate in the Play Offs even though it occupies the second place in its group eventually. Bosnia and Herzegovina demonstrates awful results on the road, having picked up four points in four clashes, as the team managed to beat only Gibraltar with 4:0 scoreline alongside with 1:1 draw against Greece, 2:3 defeat from Cyprus and 0:4 loss to Belgium.
Estonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina have met six times with single triumph gained by the Baltic team, one draw and four confident victories earned by the Balkan side: 4:1, 7:0, 2:0 and 5:0. I believe that Edin Dzeko and his teammates will please their supporters with many scored goals.
Prediction for the match: Over 2.0 scored goals.