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            Slovenia vs Finland Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Slovenia and Finland will battle in Group H with both sides well on course to qualify for Euro 2024 if form continues as the home side sits top of the table with the away outfit creeping into the top two.

            Only the top two spots in these qualifiers earn automatic promotion, and Finland come into this one just one point behind Denmark in Group H and ahead of Kazakhstan on goals difference too.

            It has been a fantastic campaign for Finland, regardless of whether or not they qualify, as not many expected them to get this far and still be competing for a spot in the top two. Last time out, however, the nation did lose to Denmark at home in a 1-0 defeat. Finland did manage to put together a four-game winning run before that, beating Northern Ireland, Slovenia, San Marino and Kazkhstan all by scoring a combined 10 goals and not letting in a single one.

            Slovenia head into this one having avoided a loss in their past three games and their last defeat was to Slovenia in the Euro 2024 qualifiers back in early June. Slovenia went on to draw 1-1 with Denmark before victories over Northern Ireland and Slovenia where the country scored four goals in both games.

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            Slovenia team news

            Jan Oblak will be the goalkeeper for Slovenia once more and get his 59th cap and captain his nation once more. In defence, Udinese's Jaka Bijol will start in defence with Miha Blazix and Jure Balkovec once again, but there should also be room for Petar Stojanovic. Another few Italian-based players should start here with Jan Mlakar bagging two goals in 10 caps so far and should feature. He will, however, not start ahead of Benjamin Sesko, who has been on fire since bursting onto the national team set up two years ago - he now has seven goals in 22 caps. Jasmin Kurtić is the most capped outfield player and will feature here, as Domen Crnigoj and Tomi Horvat are both out injured. Gregor Sikošek will also not make the squad here.

            Finland team news

            Lukas Hradecky of Bayer Leverkusen will start here once more and get his 88th cap and also captain his country. In defence, Aberdeen's Richard Jensen is set to feature here with Robert Ivanov too. In defence, Glen Kamara of Leeds United will start alongside Inter Miami's Robert Taylor. Rasmus Schüller will also play here as the vice-captain, but all attention will turn to Teemu Pukki up top, who has 38 goals in 114 caps for Finland. Marcus Forss is also set to feature at some stage with Benjamin Kallman and Joel Pohjanpalo potentially getting more minutes as well. Chelsea's Lucas Bergström has not made the squad, and neither has Manchester City defender, Tomas Galvez. Robin Lod of Minnesota United is also out here alongside Exeter City's Ilmari Niskanen, Anssi Suhonen and Oliver Antman - he has five goals in eight games.

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