Argentina v Bosnia Herzegovina Betting
2014 World Cup - Group F - Argentina 2 - 1 Bosnia-Herzegovina
15th June - KO: 11pm BST -
Rio de Janeiro
Argentina and Bosnia Herzegovina kicke-off proceedings in Group F on Sunday with the Argentina side coming out on top 2-1 thanks to an excellent solo goal by Lionel Messi.
As one of the fwell fancied teams to win the 2014 World Cup Argentina were relieved at being handed a relatively straight-forward group, having avoided all of the European big guns. They should breeze through Group F, especially if their feared attacking quad - Los Cuatro Fantasticos (the Fantastic Four) - of Angel Di Maria, Sergio Aguero, Gonzalo Higuain and Lionel Messi can work their magic.
However, in Bosnia they come up against a side with nothing to lose as this is their first ever major tournament. Safet Susic's men enjoyed an impressive qualification campaign and while they may be World Cup newbies they simply cannot be underestimated.
Argentina may have an enviable attacking force but they have been known to be fragile at the back, with their team often criticised for being unbalanced. If Bosnia, who scored a shed load of goals in qualifying, can keep their cool under, what will no doubt be relentless pressure, then they may have an opportunity to stun their South American opponents on the break, and in the process come away with a point, or even a shock win.
|Sunday 15th June|
|11.00pm||Argentina v Bosnia||Betting Preview|
|Tips:||Both teams to score @ 11/10|
|Edin Dzeko to score anytime @ 13/5|
|Argentina to win 3-2 @ 25/1|
Argentina v Bosnia Herzegovina Odds
Head to Head
- International Friendly: 19th November 2013 - Argentina 2-0 Bosnia
Los Cuatro Fantasticos (Argentina) - Argentina are a team blessed with sensational attacking talent which have the ability to embarrass even the tightest of defences. At his disposal boss Alejandro Sabella has Los Cuatro Fantasticos (the Fantastic Four) of Angel Di Maria, Sergio Aguero, Gonzalo Higuain and let’s not forget the best player in world football, Lionel Messi who is the 9/1 favourite for the Golden Boot.
Miralem Pjanic (Bosnia) - The exciting midfielder has buckets of flair skill and will play a vital role for his side in Brazil. The Roma player will look to link up with strikers Edin Dzeko and Vedad Ibisevic as they did in qualifying to great effect.