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Match of the day!

20:45 Slovenia - Israel 1 @ 2.00

Israel are out of their comfort zone in this one and will have to put nothing but their best foot forward as Slovenia will be banking on home advantage to see them through the next ninety minutes.

Additionally, the 3-0 win over Latvia is the visitors only win away from home in their last five outings, that too across various competitions. Nevertheless, although Israel have never got the better of Slovenia in their any of their previous three matchups either, it is worth mentioning that they have been able to hold the Slovenians to a draw on two of those occasions.

Taking into account that their last encounter also saw both the sides walk away with just a point in hand, there is a slight possibility that the visitors will be able to tie the scores, albeit a win for Israel is definitely out of the question.

The guests have found the back of the net in four of their last five clashes and have racked up nine goals to their tally as well, eight of which came via the same man Eran Zahavi.

Considering that neither side kept a clean sheet in their previous encounter with each other either, you can certainly count on both teams to get their names on the scoresheet in this one. Brave punters could even go for the inform Zahavi to score anytime.

Match of the day!

20:45 Slovakia - Croatia GG @ 2.10

Situation in the Group E is very interesting as four teams hope to end up at first two positions. Slovakia and Croatia occupy the second and third place respectively having six points, which is three less than leading Hungary. Slovaki had defeated the Hungarians, while Croatia lost. Out of four head-to-head Croatia won two and two ended as draws.
The Slovaks played well in first three qualifying rounds but nevertheless they lost one match. They minimally lost the away match with Wales, while before that they defeated Hungary 2-0, which currently occupies the leading position in the table. The Slovaks played the best in the previous round although the rival was also the weakest. They won Azerbaijan away by 5-1 and their best player was veteran Hamshik who scored two goals. Manager Hapal has found the winning combination when it comes to starting line-up and now he makes changes when he has to. Almost the same players started all previous matches and we don't expect any changes now.
Croatia didn’t justify predictions and it played modestly so far. They won two matches; both played at home and won by 2-1. They lost by the same result the only away match played so far. They took a lead in Hungary and then received two goals, while in the first round they were losing to Azerbaijan but then they made a turnaround and won. In the previous round they won Wales and again it was not a particularly good match and definitely not worthy of the current vice-champions of the world. In the meantime, Croati lost a friendly with Tunisia. Rakitic and Kovacic are not invited, while Kramaric is injured, so it can be said that the Croats are weakened.

Croatia is a favourite to win but the team doesn’t play well in this qualifications and could face problems in this away match. Slovakia will definitely try to use all weaknesses of the guests and we forecast a match with plenty of excitements, together with plenty of goals.