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Bosnia vs Slovakia Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (49') P. Hrošovský (OG)
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      • (52') R. Boženík
      • (71') Ľ. Šatka
      • (35') R. Gojković
      • (48') I. Bašić
      • (58') S. Prevljak
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      • (63') R. Gojković
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        Euro 2024 Qualifiers Tips

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        Slovakia to win and both teams to score @ 9/2
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        Match Result

        England

        Bosnia-Herzegovina


        40%

        Eng

        20%

        draw

        20%

        Bos

        Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

        Both Teams To Score

        England

        Bosnia-Herzegovina


        60%

        Eng

        60%

        combined

        60%

        Bos

        Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

        Over 2.5 Goals

        England

        Bosnia-Herzegovina


        40%

        Eng

        60%

        combined

        80%

        Bos

        Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

        Bosnia vs Slovakia Prediction, Tips & Stats

        Bosnia & Herzegovina will welcome Slovakia to Grbavica this Sunday evening for what is now a meaningless game over in Group J with the away side having already secured a spot at Euro 2024 and the home team far from out of the running.

        It's been a campaign of qualifying to forget for Bosnia, as they head into this game with just nine points from nine games and only three left on the table. This leaves them with a 10-point gap on Slovakia in the qualified spot of second and adrift of Portugal in first by 18 points. In fact, the only thing that keeps Bosnia from sitting bottom of the table is the dreadful winless form shown by Liechtenstein.

        Worse yet, the nation heads into this game off the back of a terrible defeat to Luxembourg. The absences of Edin Dzeko and Milan Pjanic have clearly been felt for Bosnia, as they lost 4-1 to Luxembourg last time out in what will go down as one of their worst-ever results.

        Renato Gojkovic scored late on in that game, as Nihad Mujakic scored an own goal too. Bosnia are also now behind Luxembourg by five points.

        Despite a victory for Luxembourg that day bringing them into third in Group J, Slovakia are still sitting clear of them i second place and with a gap of four points with only three left on the board. This means qualification is secured, as they have lost only two games and won six of their nine matches.

        Slovakia have qualified off the back of a win over Iceland during the week which saw Juraj Kucka equalise in the first half before Ondrej Duda gave his country the lead from the penalty spot. Lukas Haraslin would scored twicw in the second half to hand his Slovakia a 4-2 and a place in Germany next year.

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        Bosnia team news

        St. Pauli's Nikola Vasilj will stay in goal for his country here, as Dennis Hadžikadunić, Jusuf Gazibegović of Sturm Graz and Red Bull Salzburg's Amar Dedic play in front of him. Gojko Cimirot is in the Saudi Pro League these days, and he will feature here alongside AC Milan's Rade Krunic, Miroslav Stevanović and Ajax's Benjamin Tahirović. Vice-captain and the legendary figure of Miralem Pjanic is out injured for this one, leaving a huge gap in midfield, while captain Edin Dzeko has withdrawn from the squad with an injury. Kenan Kodro has also now retired from international duty. Goalscoring attention now falls on the shoulders of Herth Berlin's duo, Smail Prevljak and Haris Tabaković, while Augsburg's Ermedin Demirović should also feature.

        Slovakia team news

        With Marek Hamsik retiring earlier this year midway through the qualifiers, Milan Škriniar now captains the side and will do so from the back once more. Matus Bero is out injured here, as is Adam Zreľák. Goalscoring attention now turns to Robert Mak and Robert Bozenik, while Juraj Kucka is the most capped midfield without Hamsik with 102 caps and 12 goals. Peter Pekarik will also feature here for his 124th cap, while Napoli's Stanislav Lobotka looks to shine once more. Despite barely any club football in the past three years, Martin Dúbravka will stay in goal.

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