Finland (@1.66) vs Armenia (@4.5)
15-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Finland will win

Finland – Armenia Match Prediction | 15-10-2019 14:45

Armenia have won 0 of the 4 matches, Armenia have a current form rating of 58% They have scored 1 in the 4 matches against Finland and have won 0% of those matches. Finland have won 3 of the 4 matches, Finland have a current form rating of 50% They have scored 6 in the 4 matches against Armenia and have won 75% of those matches. The teams have played each other 4 times since 2004. 25% of the last 4 Armenia v Finland matches have resulted in a draw.

On matchday two, in the duel between Armenia and Finland, two teams face each other and lost to the opening match. Normally, Greece and Bosnia will play the second European Championship ticket, while Finland and Armenia will duel for fourth and fifth. Italy is considered a big favorite. The balance of power in Group G of the European Championship qualification is relatively clear. Underdog Liechtenstein will probably only stay in sixth place. On the first matchday, the three group favorites prevailed and confirmed the role of favorites.

Armenia vs Finland Predictions

With only the top two progressing, Armenia arenow big underdogs to overtake giants Italy and are already disadvantaged in the fight for the second qualifying spot against other favourites Bosnia and Greece.Upcoming home games against Finland and Liechtenstein are reasonable opportunities to improve theirsituation within Group J, so theyll be looking for more inspiration from star man Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who scored their only goal last game. Armenias 2-1 defeat in Bosnia on Saturday wasnt the ideal start to their EURO 2020 qualifying campaign.

Finland national team became a member of FIFA back in 1908, but they have yet to qualify for the finals of the major tournament. Finland outclassed Estonia 10-2 in Helsinki and, speaking of their heaviest defeat, the team suffered a 13-0 loss to Germany in Leipzig during the World War II (1940). The Finns did not participate in the European Championship finals as well, but several top-class footballers were part of their national football team in the past.

While Finland holds the upper hand in the upcoming face-off, it isnt a huge one, and accordingly, a goal-fest cannot be expected. Finland has struggled in some recent games, and for quite some time even when they have won, scorelines were minimal in nature. Ten of their last eleven overall matches and thirteen of their last fourteen on the road had under 2.5 match goals.

Head to Head

For us, though, the price on Both Teams to Score looks better. Admittedly, not many of Finlands recent games have seen that bet land, but there are a number of reasons we feel it may against Armenia. Looking over the hosts record, a bet in that market has landed in each of their last three competitive outings a 6-2 win in Gibraltar, a 2-2 draw away to Liechtenstein and a 2-1 in Bosnia over the weekend. Armenia also conceded in each of their UEFA Nations League home legs against Gibraltar and Liechtenstein before that two of the weakest offenses in worldfootball.

Anyhow, we believe that the hosts are going to emerge triumphant in Tuesdays qualifier. The Finns, on the other hand, failed to impress in a 2-0 loss to Italy and seeing that they often struggle on the travels, we are tempted to put our money on the home team. Vazgen Sargsyan anvan Hanrapetakan Marzadasht stadium will host Tuesdays football game between Armenia and Finland. Armenia aim to bounce back from a 2-1 loss to Bosnia and they are definitely capable of beating Finland in front of home fans. Teemu Pukki, who has been scoring goals for fun in the Championship this season, is likely to lead the line for the visitors against Armenia. A man to watch in the home team will be Premier League ace Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who scored a consolation goal for the former Soviet republic in the defeat to the Balkan Dragons.

Finlands matches dont, however, get too out of hand that often. Its not unreasonable, therefore, to imagine them scoring, but the same applies vice-versa. Armenias form and home advantage does lead us to think theyll get something from this game, but given that theyve never beaten Finland, were backing this one to end deadlocked. Finlands attack is by no means the most dangerous in Europe, but its much better than those mentioned. Our prediction: a 1-1 draw. Armenia have scored 13 goals over their last four matches and the Finns have kept just one clean sheet away competitively since 2015.

Finland vs Italy Head to Head Record

In the squad of the Finns Leverkusen goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky is by far the most famous player. Especially the fact that Greece could be relieved gives the Suomi courage in this qualification. Striker Teemu Pukki (former Schalke) also has a Germany past. Nearly all actors earn their money abroad. Otherwise, only a few Kaderspieler the fan in this country a term.

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They have won four of their five games so far though, and generally been very impressive. Their only defeat came away in Italy, and other than that this has been a very solid campaign so far. Finland are chasing behind and looking to back second place, although Bosnia may well have something to say about that, they are in third right now.

Finland vs Italy Betting Tips

Vazgen Sargsyan anvan Hanrapetakan Marzadasht stadium will host Tuesdays football game between Armenia and Finland. Teemu Pukki, who has been scoring goals for fun in the Championship this season, is likely to lead the line for the visitors against Armenia. Anyhow, we believe that the hosts are going to emerge triumphant in Tuesdays qualifier. Armenia aim to bounce back from a 2-1 loss to Bosnia and they are definitely capable of beating Finland in front of home fans. The Finns, on the other hand, failed to impress in a 2-0 loss to Italy and seeing that they often struggle on the travels, we are tempted to put our money on the home team. A man to watch in the home team will be Premier League ace Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who scored a consolation goal for the former Soviet republic in the defeat to the Balkan Dragons.

But Bosnia or even Finland is a different caliber than Gibraltar or Liechtenstein. Offensively, the team presented as a lukewarm breeze. Almost every offensive action seeks Captain Mkhitaryan, so the offensive game is relatively easy to see through. Armenieni could still achieve 14 goals in six games in the Nations League. Against Bosnia, the Armenians were able to give only one shot at the opposing case throughout the match the penalty from Mkhitaryan handball in the 93rd minute.