Match Preview: Bosnia & Herzegovina 5-0 Liechtenstein Prediction and Betting Tips | Euro – Qualification

Bosnia & Herzegovina – Liechtenstein betting tips for today, September 5, 2019

Kick-off: 19:45 Bosnia & Herzegovina – Liechtenstein
Football: Euro – Qualification – Round 5
Tip: Over 3.5 Goals
Odds: 1.50
Bookmaker: BetFair
Match Result: 5:0 WON!!!

Match Preview

Unbeaten in their last four competitive home matches (W3, D1), but with just one win from their four UEFA European Championship qualification fixtures so far (W1, D1, L2), Bosnia & Herzegovina will be happy to now face rock-bottom Liechtenstein, a team they’ve beaten five times in a row with an average of 4.6 Bosnia goals per H2H across those wins.
Five of Bosnia’s last six victories (all matches) saw them lead at half-time, so a strong start will be expected here. Indeed across their previous five competitive home games, Bosnia have netted an average of 1.2 goals before half-time, in comparison to 0.8 after the break.
The last two H2Hs held here also saw Bosnia score all seven of their combined goals before half-time, and considering Liechtenstein travel here after losing their last four matches – trailing at half-time in each – whilst conceding an average of 2.0 first-half goals per defeat, they’d do well not to be losing by the interval.
On the road, the visitors are on a 12-game losing streak in competitive competition, with nine of those 12 defeats arriving by at least a two-goal margin, and seven with at least a three-goal margin.
Players to watch: Bosnia’s all-time top scorer Edin Džeko (56 goals) netted the opener in two of his nation’s last three home wins – he’s scored six goals across the previous three H2Hs.
Dennis Salanović scored Liechtenstein’s last away goal – all three of his international goals were as his nation’s first goalscorer.
Stat attack: Both of Bosnia’s last two competitive home games saw the opener scored before half-time, a penalty awarded, and a goal netted after the 80th minute.
The opener has been scored within 20 minutes in Liechtenstein’s last four competitive away games.
Six of Bosnia’s previous seven draws ended 0-0.