Guinea-Bissau vs Nigeria
Group A of the AFCON qualifiers has shaped up into a contest between Guinea-Bissau and Nigeria. Guinea-Bissau is top of the table with 7 points after three games while Nigeria’s Super Eagles are second with 6 points in three matches. We have settled on the best free predictions for the game as follows.
The Super Eagles lost 1-0 to the Djurtus earlier in the week, courtesy of a first-half strike from Mama Balde, even though the hosts finished with a staggering 69% possession and completed twice the number of passes.
Although both teams are still in the running to advance to the finals, Guinea-Bissau leads Group A after the most recent round of games with seven points in three games, one more than Nigeria. Despite the defeat, Kelechi Iheanacho and Victor Osimhen are expected to continue serving as the team’s captains under Nigerian head coach José Peseiro. With this team, Wilfred Ndidi might win his 50th cap. Although Ludogorets Razgrad winger Jorginho is aiming to start on Monday after coming off the bench, Guinea-Bissau may also use the same starting lineup.
At the previous EURO, Ireland didn’t participate. It is still unlikely that Ireland will place in the top two teams in their group, which also includes France and the Netherlands. Three of the previous four games were victories for Stephen Kenny’s group. Ireland defeated Latvia 3-2 at home on Wednesday. Too many goals are being allowed by Ireland. In the previous five games, they gave up eight goals. Of course, one of the best teams in the world is France. They opened the EURO qualifying match against the Netherlands at home on Friday with a 4-0 lead. The home team played much better right away, and by the 21st minute, they were up 3-0. France is the team in charge here and might take the victory. Bet9ja have 1.88 odds, Paripesa have 1.92 odds and 1xBet have 1.88 odds.
Guinea-Bissau and Nigeria will square off in Group A of the AFCON qualifiers. Nigeria’s Super Eagles are second on the standings with 6 points after three games, while Guinea-Bissau is first with 7 points. Nigeria should easily win this game as they have previously destroyed Guinea-Bissau and are one of the top national teams in world football. It will be a fight for first place, but we believe Nigeria will win this match despite the Super Eagles’ shocking 1-0 loss to Guinea-Bissau in the first leg. Bet9ja have 1.48 odds, Paripesa have 1.49 odds and 1xBet have 1.49 odds.
With a 4-0 loss against France on Friday, the Netherlands’ EURO qualifying campaign is off to a rough start. Ronald Koeman’s team was defeated despite having a couple of scoring opportunities due to the home team’s early dominance. The host team lost their opening game, but I do not see them dropping lower than second place in this group. The Netherlands should have a strong offensive lineup. In their last 12 games, they have scored 24 goals. In the previous World Cup qualifying rounds, Netherlands and Gibraltar played two head-to-head meetings. The Netherlands easily prevailed in both contests (6-0 and 7-0). On Monday night, we should witness a match identical to the one in 2021. So over 3.5 goals should be the best bet for this bet. Bet9ja have 1.02 odds, Paripesa have 1.03 odds and 1xBet have 1.03 odds.
Austria will be expected to pick up three more UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying victories when they play Estonia at the Raiffeisen Arena in Linz on Monday, buoyed by a decisive 4:1 victory over Azerbaijan on Friday. The Austrians, who are currently managed by former Manchester United caretaker manager Ralph Rangnick, showed plenty of attacking vigor in their easy victory over the Azerbaijanis and can be counted on to add another victory against an Estonian team that will be making their first appearance in this qualifying round. In contrast, Austria typically dominates at home, especially in recent years while qualifying for this competition. We expect Rangnick’s team to add another three points to their tally on Monday after winning each of their previous three games. Bet9ja have 1.62 odds, Paripesa have 1.63 odds and 1xBet have 1.63 odds.
Anytime Goal scorers
The Nigerian forward Victor failed to impress in the first leg against Guinea-Bissau. Osimhen can’t be dismissed here as we all know how good of a striker he is. He scored a brace in his last game for Napoli and he has a bone to pick here. He is also on a run of goals for his country and he has a good pick to score here. Bet9ja have 2.30 odds while Paripesa have 2.30 odds.
The Juventus striker scored one goal against Lithuania on Friday which took him to 11 goals in twenty appearances for his country. He has been playing great for Juventus recently. As well scoring eight goals with a couple of assists in 18 matches played. Bet9ja have 2.50 odds while Paripesa have 2.10 odds.
Marcel Sabitzer followed up an FA Cup goal for Manchester United with two strikes and an assist for Austria. He has now won the last five games for his club or country in which he delivered a contribution (G4, A3). Bet9ja have 3.50 odds while Paripesa have 3.65 odds.
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