Norway vs Greece Predictions

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Draw 1-1

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Tip Reasoning

  • Greece are unbeaten in their last nine contests, winning four and drawing five.
  • The scoreline has been 1-1 in three of the last four Greece matches.

Struggling Solbakken should beware Greeks

Norway needed a very late winner from Erling Braut Haaland to overcome Luxembourg on Wednesday after what was another anaemic display by Stale Solbakken’s side.

Solbakken has won three of his four games in charge so far, but the jury is still out on the ex-Copenhagen coach because there has been very little quality on show to date.

A 3-0 home thrashing at the hands of Turkey has been the lowlight of his tenure so far and that has already put the World Cup qualification programme under pressure.

Solbakken could do with a win in this final summer friendly – being played in Spain – to instil some much-needed confidence and momentum.

They will find it tough going against a Greece side that killed a few midweek accas with their gritty 1-1 draw against a good Belgium side, albeit one playing without Kevin de Bruyne.

By all accounts, Greece deserved a share of the spoils which means that John van’t Schip’s side have drawn four of their last five matches.

The Greeks were unbeaten in six Nations League Group C games last autumn and narrowly missed out on promotion while they also finished their Euro 2020 qualifying programme with three straight wins.

Traditionally a team that performed best in home conditions, Greece are now a force on their travels and have lost only once in six road games over the past 12 months.

They like to sit deep and hit on the counter-attack and will probably try to catch Norway out just as they did the Belgians.

We will take Greece here in the Draw no bet market as Norway haven’t quite got things right yet under Solbakken.

Greece’s favourite scoreline in the past few months has been 1-1 (occurring three times in their last four games) and we see no reason to play anything other than that as a correct score bet either.

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