Bulgaria – Sweden: Preview & Prediction
Bulgaria has had a relatively good qualification so far, in which one has collected 9 points in 6 matches and still in play for the top two.
All the 9 points have been collected at home, where one has supposedly a stronger team in Holland and less good nations in Belarus and Luxembourg.
Looking at the Swedish crew, in addition to Emil Forsberg, the big profiles are missing. Do they have the ability to create the match on a difficult away team?
The Swedes must miss the injured John Guidetti while Marcus Berg has made a shift away from Greek Panathinaikos. He is now counting his money in Al Ain.
Sweden was lucky with the victory against France at the latest on a goal by Ola Toivonen in 93. Minut. Here France’s keeper Hugo Lloris did not look good.
Sweden has so far delivered an excellent qualification. One is currently occupying 1. Place in front of crews like France and Holland.
In the last race, France scored home with 2-1, so it must be a Swedish crew with confidence and faith in his own skills that goes to Sofia.
Janne Andersson, after Zlatan Ibrahimomic’s pension, has accumulated a strong collective, where there are teams in front of the very big players stuck out.
If you look at Bulgaria’s performance, you were in trouble with Luxembourg, while Holland was so blurred.
Bulgaria comes to the match without 4 players from starting up against Belarus: Spas Delev, Aleksandar Tonev, Svetoslav Dyakov and Nikolay Mihaylov
Bulgaria – Sweden: Betting Tips
1X – Odds: 2.20
Over 2 goals – Odds: 1.78