Norway are set to welcome Cyprus to the Ullevaal Stadion after a winless start to yet another qualifying campaign as Erling Haaland and co. stare in the face of failure to qualify for another major tournament already.
Norway began their qualifying campaign with a 3-0 loss to Spain back in March before then drawing 1-1 with Georgia where Alexander Sorloth scored after just 15 minutes before a late equaliser.
Last time out, Erling Haaland gave his country the lead for what was his 23rd goal for Norway already, but after having just nine touches in the game, the Scandinavian outfit struggled in the match with Scotland bagging twice in the last five minutes of the game to win it 2-1.
It leaves Norway on just one point with a two-point gap on Spain just above them and a three-point gap on Georgia ins second. It doesn't mean that Norway are down and out and far from it, although they have struggled to establish themselves once again. As for Cyprus, they remain winless and without a single point on the board after two games.
Norway are priced at just 1/9 to win this one after their loss to Scotland. Erling Haaland still managed to get another goal that day from the penalty spot and he is now 2/5 to score anytime and 7/4 to bag the first or last goal.
Martin Odegaard has only two goals for his country in almost 50 capos and he is 15/2 to score first or last and 9/4 to svore anytime.
The most likely goalscorers after Haaland are Alexander Sorloth, Bard Finne and Jorgen Strand Larsen, and all are 4/1 to score first or last and 11/10 to net anytime.
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