Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Greece Match Info
Match date: 26thMarch 2019
Kick-Off: 7.45pm GMT
Stadium: Stadion Bilino Polje, Zenica.
Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Greece Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
9 Jun 2017 Bosnia-Herzegovina 0 – 0 Greece
13 Nov 2016 Greece 1 – 1 Bosnia-Herzegovina
22 Mar 2013 Bosnia-Herzegovina 3 – 1 Greece
Matches played: 9
Bosnia-Herzegovina wins: 1
Greece wins: 4
Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Greece Stats
- Bosnia-Herzegovina have beaten Austria (1-0), Northern Ireland (2-0), and Armenia (2-1) at home ground since September
- Greece come into the match after snatching the points at Liechtenstein (0-2) with goals from Fortounis and Donis
- Dragons have beaten Greece just once in nine head-to-head clashes so far, also seeing four draws in the last five
Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Greece Match Preview
Led by an in-form Miralem Pjanic, Bosnia-Herzegovina have edged past Armenia (2-1) in front of the home fans and now host Greece for their second outing in EURO 2020 Qualifiers’ Group J – looking to build on the success despite more of a challenge looming in Zenica.
Dragons have thus ended a two-match winless streak, where a goalless draw at Austria saw them top the Nations League B Group 3 and Spain (1-0) narrowly beat them to make it their only loss in 11 outings over the past year. They will now be very motivated to build on the many positives at home ground and Robert Prosinecki’s men promise a great contest.
Greece never prove an easy nut to crack, though, and will have high hopes they can build on the head-to-head records – where they only saw one loss in nine clashes so far. However, they haven’t beaten Bosnians in the last five either and this will be just as worrying for Angelos Anastasiadis’ as his men are far from their best moment here.
Indeed, Ethniki have been very unpredictable and the Saturday’s win at Liechtenstein (0-2) was only second in four outings, with losses to Finland (2-0) and Estonia (0-1) along the way only saw them survive in Nations League C for better goal difference than Albania, Cyprus, and Montenegro.
The visitors will now need more to cause an upset at Bilino Polje and we don’t see them making it happen, as we now stick with a Home win at 3/4 with William Hill. We have seen Bosnia-Herzegovina very confident at home and now hope to see them building on such records.
Indeed, Dragons have based their success on tough defensive displays lately and we now hope they can show it despite conceding late from the spot to Armenia just days ago. With that in mind, we expect a narrow occasion and we’ll back Bosnians to keep a clean sheet to at Evens with William Hill.
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