League B. Group 3. Round 1.
Stadium: Olympiastadion (Helsinki).
Referee: Nicholas Walsh.
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Finland had never qualified for major international tournaments until it sensationally made it to last year's Euro 2020. In the finals of the European Championship, the Suomi failed to get out of the group, finishing in last but one place, but the very fact of participation is a great success. They also had a good chance to qualify for the World Cup, but ended up third not getting to Qatar. Nevertheless, the Whites and Blues are having a great time now, so they are still capable of making a name for themselves.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a rare participant in major international tournaments. Only once they managed to qualify - the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, but failed to make it out of the group. Qualifying for Qatar was also unfortunate for the Blues and Yellows, as they finished only fourth, trailing only Kazakhstan. Obviously, the generation with Edin Džeko, who managed to qualify in 2014, is gradually waning, and the new heroes of the Bosnians are not yet visible.
Expert Betting Tips
Finland and Bosnia and Herzegovina have been playing each other quite often lately in the qualifiers for international competitions. The Suomi were more successful in the last World Cup 2022 qualifier, finishing higher in the standings and earning four out of six possible points. In the upcoming battle the home stadium will also cheer for them.
The teams played pragmatically and cautiously during the last World Cup qualifiers, with the exception of their head-to-head encounters. If we look at the statistics, both scored a total of eight goals (4.00 on average) in their two encounters, but in the remaining matches there were always under outcomes.
Teemu Pukki is the main star of the Finnish national team. The experienced forward has played four seasons for Norwich, alternating a year in the Champions League with a year in the EPL. For the 157 games, he shot 77 goals. In the national team, Teemu has been just as productive - he scored 18 goals he scored in 33 matches for the national team.
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