Competition: EURO 2020 qualifiers
Market: Italy win to nil
Odds: 20/21 @ Bet 365
Enjoying quite the resurge, a high-flying Italy outfit will welcome Bosnia and Herzegovina to Torino’s Allianz Stadium on Tuesday night.
Starting with the hosts, putting in yet another very eye-catching display in their empathic 3-0 win away at Greece over the weekend, few across Europe would have expected Italy’s recent revival. Winning each of their opening three matches in Group J and yet to taste defeat since the start of September, it will undoubtedly be the Blues’ newfound defensive resolve most impressing former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini. Yet to concede a single goal in their EURO 2020 qualifying campaign, Tuesday’s hosts have now remarkably recorded six clean sheets on the bounce and have not picked the ball out of their net in over 550 minutes of action.
As for the visitors, while Bosnia would have opened their Group J campaign filled with confidence, they drastically struggled in their shock 2-0 defeat away at Finland over the weekend. Now sat two points adrift of climbing into the top-two, Robert Prosinečki’s side have now managed to win just one of their last five appearances across all competitions. A huge part of Bosnia’s recent issues has been their sluggish displays away from the Sarajevo. Along with their 2-0 loss away in Finland on Saturday, they have failed to win any of their last four matches on the road and have not registered an away goal since the 8th of September.
Bet: Italy 20/21 to beat Bosnia to nil in Tuesday’s EURO 2020 qualifying matchup @ Bet 365
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