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Bosnia & Herzegovina – Romania Predictions and Tips For Today

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Romania PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Betting Tips for Today, June 7, 2022.
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EVENT: Bosnia & Herzegovina – Romania
TIPS: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.38@1xbet | Result: 1:0 LOST

Bosnia & Herzegovina – Romania PREVIEW

  • Bosnia-Herzegovina’s quest to regain League A status after relegation in the previous UEFA Nations League (UNL) edition got off to a modest start in Helsinki (1-1), with an injury-time leveller being scant consolation as they registered an eighth UNL game without victory (D4, L4). Now the Bosnians return home to the Stadion Bilino Polje, with the aim of protecting a perfect home record in UNL League B home games (W2 – no goals conceded).
  • That is easier said than done, even with visitors Romania sitting just 11 places better off than Bosnia in FIFA’s current rankings. Whether triumph or disaster, any result either way has the potential to follow a unique trend, as each of Bosnia’s last three UNL home games won/lost has seen the winner score once on both sides of the half-time interval.
  • With the 22nd anniversary of Romania’s last elimination from any major tournament’s knockouts looming, their determination to gain a second UNL promotion in three editions should be at boiling point, and a harrowing 2-0 opening matchday defeat in Montenegro can only add to the cocktail of frustration and determination for Edward Iordănescu’s men.
  • Given the relatively short distance between their successive away games to start this UNL campaign, Romania have some time to reflect and improve. They may also be inspired by memories of a 3-2 win in Austria, which came as recently as September 2020 – their only away victory since the start of 2015 against a fellow side currently placed inside FIFA’s top 60.
  • Players to watch: Smail Prevljak had the late honour of saving Bosnia a point on UNL matchday one after his side trailed at half-time. Răzvan Marin could provide a similar service if required, as he played every minute on the only previous occasion Romania recovered any UNL points after a lost first half.
  • Hot stat: Excluding walkovers, all four of Romania’s previous UNL wins have seen them score exactly one first-half goal.