Japan (@1.02) vs Thailand (@9.5)

Our Prediction:

Japan will win

Japan – Thailand Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 05:00

The Luckia also have a good share to Both do not score at 1.74 share and yet the Win Japan without conceding goal is at 1.71. What I wanted to take was Japan wins at 0 (or the equivalent and both do not tick). So you could say that Thailand here is filling. First of all make clear the why of the pick. For some reason this option is the biggest fee I have found for what I wanted to select.

Noteworthy, the attacking partnership of Suarez and Cavani is in the perfect working order. It has been eight years since La Celeste won their last Copa America title. Considering that Japan experienced all sorts of problems at the back in a 4-0 loss to Chile, there is a big value in betting on the Uruguayans. The nominal hosts are likely to get their revenge on the Samurai Blue for last years loss in a friendly. Oscar Tabarezs team aim to regain the prestigious trophy and they made a flying start to their campaign.

As for Thailand, they will continue to do their best but a run of form that reads W0 D1 L4 tells its own story. They actually topped Group F in the second phase of qualifying, although the teams they were up against there Iraq, Vietnam and Chinese Taipei are clearly of a class below those that the Thais are up against in this third phase.

Apart from that, the yellow card situation could present him with one or two slight worries. Jose Gimenez and Nicolas Lodeiro each picked up one of those on Sunday, so they will need to be careful to not miss out on the final match. Oscar Tabarezs main worry will likely relate to the age of his star players, with a lot of them surely in need of a rest at some point in this tournament.

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Bet: the victory of the national team of Japan with a -2-ball odds. The history of the meetings of the teams of Japan and Thailand has 6 matches, in all the Japanese won with a total score of 15: 2. I think this time, the samurai at their native stands will easily replay the guests and make another step towards the World Cup.

After one round of fixtures, Group C sees the name of Uruguay on top after they took all three points off of Ecuador via a brutal 4-0 win. As for Japan, they sit alongside them having lost by that same score to Chile on Monday. Ecuador, due to the severity of its loss, are on the very bottom and will have some work to do in order to forge a path out of the group. That means Uruguay and Chile are on level footing ahead of the second match of the group.

Unlike Qatar, Japan have not called up their very best, and that is looking to be an awful decision so far. Shoya Nakajima has looked impressive in limited appearances as well, with the midfielder scoring three times in just 11 outings for his nation. Besides Premier League winner Shinji Okazaki, the next biggest scorer is Gaku Shibasaki, who has just three to his name. Hell be massive in the center of the park here as Uruguay could potentially be picked apart from that spot.

If it is true that in that match was equalized possession but, as it turned out, it is very difficult to create occasions. That is why I hope that Japan will be able to maintain the goal at 0 or in a game that, although not transcendental, should help them to achieve a better goal difference in case they end up playing the direct classification for the World Cup. In the match they played in Thailand were 0-2 and Thailand finished only 2 times (1 of them between the 3 clubs).

Expert Verdict: Japan are one of the very best sides in all of Asia, and they have been for some time now. Japan can nearly smell Russia now, and this won't deter them from making it. They come up against a side in Thailand here that are trying to slowly build up to doing the same things that they are doing, but it's just much too early for the visitors in their progression to expect to come to Japan and get a result. They take tremendous fitness and blend it together with superb technique to make up for a lack of size (most of the time) in the squad.

Serie B

He then scored again early in the second half and Japan despite having plenty of ball possession, failed to pose any serious threat to the UAE goal. While Japans 2-1 defeat at home against UAE was least expected. They even took the lead just after 11 minutes from kick-off. But UAE were quick in relying as their top scorer Ahmed Khalil found the back of the net after 8 minutes.

The Thais are one of those Asian nations that are really making great strides with their football, and that is highlighted by their outstanding 2-2 draw with Australia earlier in the Group B offing. But they do seem to struggle on their travels, as 0-4 and 1-3 defeats to Iraq and the UAE testifies, and so we really cant take their hope seriously here.

This Uruguay team is just so good at the two ends of the pitch. Part of that defence is Diego Godin, a man that is so massively experienced. Not only does their side possess Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani, two of the top finishers in all of football, both of which scored on Sunday, but it also holds a very strong defence as well. Not only is he nearly impossible to get through, but hes also shown to be quite a scorer at times when in the opposite box as well, such is the threat of the Atletico Madrid man.

Another interesting note is that Senamuang made a change at the back at half time of the loss in Malaysia by replacing Chuthong with Notchaiya. At that point, they were just one down, so you wonder what the motivation for the change was. Kiatisuk Senamuang will be missing his captain Theerathon Bunmathan due to a yellow card suspension that he picked up against Saudi Arabia.