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Romania vs Bosnia and Herzegovina Predictions

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Under 2.5 Match Goals

Reason for tip

Fewer than three goals have been scored in five of Romania’s last eight home Nations League contests and also in four of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s last six away Nations League games. Romania have scored just twice in their last five home matches. Defensively, however, they are a solid unit, keeping four clean sheets in their last six at home.

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Draw 1-1

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A 1-1 draw has merit for correct score value seekers as four of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s last six games have all finished that way while Romania only scored or conceded more than once in the same game in one of their last five contests.

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Romania vs Bosnia And Herzegovina Predictions

  • Fewer than three goals have been scored in five of Romania’s last eight home Nations League contests.
  • Fewer than three goals have been scored in four of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s last six away Nations League games

Goals could be scarce in Bucharest

Goals could be at a premium when promoted Bosnia and Herzegovina travel to Bucharest to take on relegation-threatened Romania in Nations League B. The visitors have nothing on the game after securing promotion to League A with their 1-0 win over Montenegro last Friday.

Dragons coach Ivaylo Petev will certainly make changes to his line-up for the match and give a chance to the players who did not play in Zenica.

Romania coach Edi Iordanescu is trying to galvanise a group that lacks any true stars but has no shortage of prima donnas. He chose not to call up foreign-based attacking midfield duo Alexandru Maxim and Alexandru Mitrita when they demanded business class flights in order to journey back to Romania.

Romania boss has reduced attacking midfield options

His selection lacks creativity and experience in that area now with only three available midfielders having earned more than 15 caps and only two members of the squad having scored more than five international goals.

This could be a tough watch for the home spectators, who have seen their side score just twice in their last five home matches. Defensively, however, Romania are a solid unit, keeping four clean sheets in their last six at home.

So this ought to be a low-scoring contest with under 2.5 goals looking like a mark that may not be easily passed. A 1-1 draw has merit for correct score value seekers as four of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s last six games have all finished that way while Romania only scored or conceded more than once in the same game in one of their last five contests.

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