Accurate soccer prediction for Finland vs Greece
Finland face Greece in the EC Qualification Round 5 match. The match will be played on Thursday 5 September at 19:45 UK at Ratinan Stadion.
Finland can definitely be pleased with their performance so far after having 9 points after their first 4 clashes with Group J. It started with a visit to Italy, which was lost 2-0 at Dacia Arena but then came with a 2:0 away from Armenia after hits by F. Jensen and P. Soiri. In the third round, Finland played their first home game of Ratinan Stadion against Bosnia-Herzegovina and was won by 2-0 with two goals scored by Norwich striker Teemu Pukki who has been phenomenal since the start of the season in the Premier League with 5 goals scored the Norwich City team. In her last match Finland recorded a new win with 2-0 away from home against Liechtenstein, again one of the scorers was T. Pukki and the other hit was done by B. Källman.
Greece, on the other hand, have only 4 points from the first 4 games and their victory came in the first match of the group when the outsider Liechtenstein 2-0 away. A heavy visit to Bosnia followed, which was not lost after the hosts led 2-0 in the first half after goals by E. Višća and M. Pjanić in the second team by J. van ‘t Schip won the point after K.’s hits. Fortounis and D. Kolovos.
After winning four points in the first two away games, everything looked good and was expected with great interest in the home clashes, the first of which was against Italy and was lost by 3:0 as a result, there is certainly no way to please the fans, but still against the best team in the group. However, Armenia’s 3-2 loss to Athens Olympiako Stadio Spyros Louis in Athens was certainly completely unexpected and opened up a significant difference as a point asset from second place in the group, which is the goal of the team.
The two teams were together in the UEFA Nations League, where Finland won their home game 2-0 and Greece took their 1-0 win. Because of the loss from Armenia Greece they are leaning against the wall and should not in any way lose the impending collision if they want to keep their chances of qualifying alive. Finland, for their part, are in great shape and in the event of a victory would break away with the Italian team, expecting this to happen and the team led by M. Kanerva with the help of his top performer T. Pukki to achieve 4 consecutive wins in the group against a disappointed Greece team that will be pressured to prosecute at any cost.
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