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Preview: Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Slovakia – prediction, team news, lineups



Sports Mole previews Sunday’s Euro Champ Qualifying clash between Bosnia-Herzegovina and Slovakia, including predictions, team news and possible lineups.
Bosnia-Herzegovina and Slovakia will round off their respective Euro 2024 qualification campaigns with a contest at Bilino Polje Stadium in Zenica on Sunday night.
Slovakia booked their spot in the finals of the European Championship courtesy of a 4-2 win over Iceland on Thursday, while Bosnia-Herzegovina are down in fifth position in the section, but they can still qualify for the tournament through the the UEFA Nations League B path....Click Here To Continue Reading>>

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Bosnia-Herzegovina have struggled for consistency in this section, winning three and losing six of their nine matches to collect nine points, which is only enough for fifth position.

The Dragons can still finish fourth above Iceland in Group J, but they have already been confirmed in the playoffs for Euro 2024 via the UEFA Nations League B path.
Savo Milosevic’s side will enter this match off the back of a 4-1 defeat to Luxembourg on Thursday, while they conceded five unanswered goals in their last home game with Portugal on October 16.
Bosnia-Herzegovina have only managed to win one of their last four in the group, which came away to Liechtenstein last month, and they have scored just eight times in their nine matches, which is a strong indication of the route of their current problems.
The national side have never qualified for the finals of a European Championship, but they did compete in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, being eliminated in the group stage of the competition.
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Slovakia, meanwhile, booked their spot at Euro 2024 courtesy of a 4-2 success over Iceland on Thursday, which proved to be their third win in their last four games in the section.
Francesco Calzona’s side are second in Group J on 19 points, boasting a record of six wins, one draw and two defeats in the section, and they will either be in Pot 3 or Pot 4 for the finals.

Slovakia have now qualified for three European Championship tournaments in a row, making the round of 16 at Euro 2016 before being knocked out in the group stage of Euro 2020.
The Falcons were not present at the World Cup in Qatar, though, with their only qualification for the finals of that tournament coming back in 2010, when they managed to reach the round of 16.
Slovakia will be keen to end their Group J campaign on a positive note, and they have only lost one of their last five international games on their travels, which was a 3-2 reverse to Portugal on October 13.

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Bosnia-Herzegovina head coach Milosevic is expected to make changes to his side following the heavy defeat to Luxembourg on Thursday night.
The bulk of the alterations are likely to come in the forward areas, with Smail Prevljak, who has netted six times for the national side, set to be one of those introduced.
Ermedin Demirovic could also be brought into the XI on Sunday evening, while Haris Hajradinovic is also pushing to be involved in a midfield area from the first whistle.
As for Slovakia, head coach Calzona is also expected to shuffle his pack for this match, with the team’s qualification for Euro 2024 already secured.
Robert Mak, Robert Polievka and Tomas Suslov could all potentially be introduced in the final third of the field, as Calzona prepares to hand squad players opportunities to impress.
There could also be a first Slovakia appearance for 20-year-old midfielder Dominik Holly, while Matus Kmet and Jakub Kadak will also be bidding to make their debuts for the national side.
Bosnia-Herzegovina possible starting lineup:Vasilj; Dedic, Gojkovic, Kovacevic, Majakic; Hajradinovic, Cimirot; Demirovic, Krunic, Hamulic; Prevljak
Slovakia possible starting lineup:Dubravka; Gyomber, Vavro, Skriniar, Hancko; Kucka, Benes, Holly; Mak, Polievka, Suslov

We say: Bosnia-Herzegovina 0-1 Slovakia
Bosnia-Herzegovina have not drawn a single match in this group, while Slovakia have shared the points on just one occasion, so the statistics point to a home or an away win here. The hosts are capable of securing all three points, but we just fancy Slovakia to edge a close contest this weekend.
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Saturday’s Transfer Talk Update: Joao Palhinha, Javi Guerra, Ryan Gravenberch




Sports Mole rounds up the latest confirmed transfer news and speculation from across the footballing world.
The January transfer window is almost here and clubs around the UK and Europe are lining up moves as they look to take advantage of the opportunity to strengthen.
Saturday morning’s headlines:...Click Here To Continue Reading>>

Manchester United and Liverpool reportedly enter the race to sign Fulham midfielder Joao Palhinha, who is also attracting interest from Arsenal. Read more.

Chelsea are reportedly willing to do whatever it takes to secure the services of Napoli striker Victor Osimhen. Read more.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp plays down speculation suggesting the club will look to sign a new centre-back to replace the injured Joel Matip. Read more.

Manchester City goalkeeper Zack Steffen is reportedly in advanced talks with Colorado Rapids over a deal to return to Major League Soccer. Read more.

Premier League duo Chelsea and West Ham United reportedly receive a boost in their pursuit of Lyon’s 20-year-old attacker Rayan Cherki. Read more.

Valencia are allegedly willing to sell midfielder Javi Guerra for a fee in the region of £34.2m amid interest from Manchester United. Read more.

Pep Guardiola apologises to Kalvin Phillips for not selecting him in the Manchester City team this season, but the Citizens boss admits that he “struggles to see” the midfielder in his plans. Read more.

Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot, who has been heavily linked with Manchester United, will reportedly sign a new deal in Turin. Read more.

Sporting director Matt Hobbs reveals that defender Jonny will not train with the first team until February at the earliest after a training-ground incident last week. Read more.

Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund meet to discuss a possible swap deal involving Jadon Sancho and Donyell Malen, according to a report. Read more.

RB Leipzig head coach Marco Rose plays down claims that Timo Werner has been given the green light to leave the club during the January transfer window. Read more.

Real Madrid are reportedly keeping a close eye on the uncertain contract situation of Bayern Munich defender Alphonso Davies, whose deal expires in 2025. Read more.

Barcelona reportedly rekindle their interest in Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford and are considering offering Raphinha in exchange for the Englishman. Read more.

Ferran Torres allegedly tells Xavi that he is prepared to remain at Barcelona for at least the remainder of the season. Read more.

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Team News: Alisson Becker returns for Liverpool, Jarell Quansah starts




Alisson Becker returns in goal for Liverpool’s Premier League clash with Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, while Jarell Quansah starts in defence.
Alisson Becker has returned in goal for Liverpool’s Premier League clash with Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
The Brazil international has been out with a thigh issue since November’s 1-1 draw with champions Manchester City but has made a quick recovery to demote Caoimhin Kelleher back down to the bench.
Crystal Palace: Johnstone; Ward, Andersen, Guehi, Clyne; Richards, Lerma; Ayew, Hughes, Schlupp; EdouardSubs: Matthews, Tomkins, Riedewald, Ozoh, Ahamada, Olise, Franca, Ebiowei, Mateta
Liverpool: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Quansah, Van Dijk, Tsimikas; Gravenberch, Endo, Szoboszlai; Salah, Nunez, DiazSubs: Kelleher, Gomez, Konate, Jones, Gakpo, Elliott, Doak, McConnell, Bradley
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