Finland vs Slovenia Predictions

Finland vs Slovenia Predictions for Friday’s Euro 2024 qualifier in Helsinki. Can Finland stop Slovenia from securing a hat-trick of wins as the visitors look to remain top of Group H? Read on for our free Euro 2024 Qualifying predictions and betting tips.

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Finland vs Slovenia Predictions

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A Battle of Defence

Key Stats
– Slovenia enjoys a three-point lead in Group H, boasting a 100% record.
– Finland’s victory over Northern Ireland marked an end to a five-game winless streak.
– Slovenia carries a four-game winning streak into their match with Finland, scoring twice on three occasions.

As we approach the next round of the Euro 2024 qualification, the footballing world turns its attention to the clash between Finland and Slovenia taking place at the Helsinki Olympic Stadium on Friday evening. With a sterling start to their campaign, Slovenia tops Group H, leaving Finland and other teams in pursuit. This high-stakes match promises to be a suspenseful encounter, providing the perfect stage for tactical prowess and strategy to unfold.

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A Tale of Two Teams

Finland, the spirited Eagle-Owls, began their journey to Euro 2024 with a rocky start. Despite suffering a 3-1 defeat against Denmark, where Rasmus Hojlund, the promising star from Atalanta, netted a hat-trick, Finland’s determination remained unscathed. Coach Markku Kanerva’s squad swiftly retaliated by seizing a 1-0 victory over Northern Ireland, with Benjamin Kallman delivering the winning goal. This win not only marked the end of Finland’s five-game winless streak but also ignited their hope for a steady comeback.

However, Finland’s recent performance paints a more sobering picture. Out of their last 15 matches in all tournaments, the Nordic team has secured victory only three times, failing to score more than one goal in most encounters. Despite their inaugural major tournament appearance at Euro 2020, their current form raises questions about their offensive capabilities.

Slovenia, on the other hand, have begun their Euro 2024 campaign on an upbeat note. Matjaz Kek’s men hold an impressive three-point lead over their group rivals after securing victories over Kazakhstan and San Marino. Displaying remarkable control in their games, they’ve boasted as much as 77% possession, showcasing their command and dominance on the field.

Their previous performances reveal a commendable four-game winning streak and an eight-match unbeaten run across various competitions. They seem to be a formidable force, with only two losses out of their last 14 outings.

Predicted Lineups and Key Players

The predicted lineups for both sides suggest a strong focus on experienced players and burgeoning talent. Finland will place their trust in Bayer Leverkusen’s seasoned goalkeeper, Lukas Hradecky, who will be earning his 84th international cap. In contrast, Slovenia will likely depend on the promising Benjamin Sesko, the 20-year-old prodigy set to join RB Leipzig, to lead their attack.

Rationale Behind the Predictions

A closer look at the teams’ stats provides a clearer picture of what we can expect from this matchup. Finland’s performances have been defensive-focused, with a solid number of clearances and tackles per game. On the other side, Slovenia’s matches have been more balanced between attack and defence, as evidenced by their goals per game and high possession stats.

Given the defensive nature of Finland’s play and Slovenia’s balanced approach, a low-scoring match seems plausible. Finland have scored an average of one goal per game, while Slovenia have averaged two goals per game in their campaign but over longer period of time their average is close to the hosts. Therefore, the prediction of under 2.5 goals for this encounter is justified.

Moreover, Finland’s lower goal-scoring record and Slovenia’s strong defensive showings (only conceding one goal in their last two matches) further increase the likelyhood that we will see a blocked affair, making a 0-0 draw a good bet in the correct score market.

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