Norway should be very confident approaching this fixture after to their incredible goalscoring capabilities in the Nations League where they have registered 11 goals in four games whilst conceding three.
Many of these goals can be put down to Borussia Dortmund’s prolific striker, Erling Haaland, who is the top goalscorer in the competition with six goals. Approaching this fixture, Israel should be the more nervous side due to their form of one win in their last seven games played.
Although, in their last match against Slovakia, Willibald Ruttensteiner’s side did earn their first victory via a 3-2 scoreline. This was helped majorly by Eran Zahavi who netted a hat-trick that game which made him the second-highest goalscorer behind Haaland. However, his efforts have not helped the Israel side, who are currently on a zero goal difference.
Both sides have strong scoring talent, but it can be viewed that Norway are stronger defensively and, therefore, they should take home the three points. Although, there is a possibility that many key players such as Haaland, could be rested for the friendlies to focus on the upcoming Nations League fixtures.