Match Preview: Israel 3-2 Faroe Islands Predictions and Betting Tips 15.11.2021
Israel – Faroe Islands Predictions & Tips For Today, November 15, 2021.
League: World Cup – Qualification
Match: 20:45 Israel – Faroe Islands
Tip: Under 3.5 Goals
Match Result: 3:2 LOST
Israel – Faroe Islands Match Preview
- Israel will be looking to end their World Cup Qualifying (WCQ) campaign on a good note, after a run of three defeats in their last four matches (W1) ended their hopes of jetting off to Qatar in 2022. The Israelis seem to be trending in the right direction though, as they have still collected more points than their 2018 WCQ effort going into this final matchday.
- Ultimately though, their wait for a World Cup finals appearance since their last and only participation in 1970 will go on. The ‘Blue and Whites’ have been one of the great entertainers, however, and the 39 total goals amassed in their nine WCQ games is one of the highest in the UEFA bracket, so expect them to go out with a bang here!
- The Faroe Islands gained nothing if not valuable experience once again, being propped up off the bottom of WCQ Group F only by fellow minnows Moldova, whom they claimed their solitary victory against. They have given a good account of themselves despite the poor results on paper, as seen by their last four defeats coming by either a one or two-goal margin, which does show a level of mental toughness and progression.
- However a pair of 4-0 defeats were their heaviest losses this campaign, and one of those came at home in the reverse fixture against opponents Israel, making it three losses in three H2Hs. This spells trouble as another tough away venture looms for the Faroe Islands, after they suffered three successive away losses, conceding at least three times on each occasion.
- Players to watch: Eran Zahavi has been a revelation for Israel recently, directly contributing to half of his team’s WCQ goals (G8, A2), while Klaemint Olsen has seen six of his nine international goals arrive in the first half.
- Hot stat: There’s been at least one goal scored between the 46th-60th minute in eight of Israel’s last ten internationals.