Belarus (W) (@41.0) vs Norway (W) (@1.02)
04-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Norway (W) will win

Belarus (W) – Norway (W) Match Prediction | 04-10-2019 11:45

Four rounds into the qualifications we find Sweden, universally known as The Blue and Yellow in the second position in the group standings. Since the beginning of the qualifying cycle, they recorded 2 wins, 1 loss and 1 draw. They were beaten by Spain, a team that is currently in the first place, and the only drawn match was against no one else but Norway (3-3). So far they were victorious against Romania with 2-1, and Malta with 3-0. In all those matches they scored 8 goals, and also since the opponents have already met in the qualifiers, and played an interesting match with 6 goals being scored in total, I expect to see both of them net some more.

That pattern shows us that they are most likely going to suffer another defeat, but since in their 4 last matches they scored 8 goals, we can expect them to make their impact and net at least one as the visitors. And if we take a better look into their opponents in those matches, we can see a pattern, they won a clash against the outsiders of the group Faroe Islands, drawn the matches against Romania and Sweden, who are currently second and third respectively, and lost to Spain the top team in the standings. Norway hasnt had such good results as their Scandinavian neighbours, they are currently placed 4th in the group. So far in their qualifying games, they had mixed results as they recorded 1 win, 2 draws and 1 loss.

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Toni Duggan is another player in the English team to keep an eye on following two assists in a 3-0 win over Cameroon. Ellen White got her name on the scoresheet again with her fourth goal in the tournament. The 30-year-old forward has been in superb form at the World Cup and is widely expected to lead the line in attack.

Therefore, make sure to read this match preview to get the best betting tips and correct score predictions. The hosts will be exhausted from their Last 16 match last time out but we should nevertheless be in for a great game on Thursday. Norway (W) vs England (W) prediction arrives for the Womens World Cup quarter-finals clash at the Stade Oceane in Le Havre.

Also, their last appearance in a major tournament was in the Euro 2000 co-hosted by Netherlands and Belgium. While their head-coach Per-Mathias Hogmo is in charge since 2013 and has already transformed this side into a competitive one. They will be keen to end their long wait for the participation in a major tournament with a new look squad. Norway failed to qualify for the Euro 2016 after beaten by Hungary on aggregate in the play-offs. They havent qualified for the World Cup since 1998.

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Lars Lagerbck can count on everyone for this match, as all his players are ready to take the field. Bjrn Johnsen, their best striker is the player Im most excited about, since he scored 3 goals in the qualifiers so far, and I believe that he will be the one to keep an eye on in this match as well.

Therefore, a win to nil should be considered as another valuable betting option. However, we expect a different scenario this time out. These two sides have had a fair share of encounters over the past couple years. The nominal hosts for the Thursday game emerged victorious last time out. The visiting team is in better form at the moment. Furthermore, the Lionesses conceded only one goal at the tournament.

But this is a friendly and both teams will be have one eye on their qualifying matches and therefore they are not expected to give out their all. While Belarus defeated Republic Ireland 2-1 in a friendly just before the Euro 2016, which remains to be their only win and the match they scored a goal in five matches. Norway are coming into this match on the back of 2 wins from their last eight matches. But Norway have won in four of their last five home games, this could definitely tip them as slight favourites to edge this match.

Norway vs Belarus: Match Preview and Prediction

The Grasshoppers were given a run for their money in the round of Last 16 match against Australia. The Norwegian girls dropped their guard and, as a result, conceded in the closing stages of the match. Luckily, they earned their place in the quarter-finals after a penalty shootout. Phil Nevilles team will be fresher for the upcoming game and the Mighty Tips will suggest backing the away team to win. On the other side, the Lionesses strolled through their group and had an equally straightforward task against Cameroon. Martin Sjorgrens troops took an early lead through Herlovsen but failed to maintain the lead.