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Romania vs Faroe Islands Prediction & Betting tips
In the group F of the European Championship qualifier is on Monday already the second matchday on the program. The table is clearly structured after each match of all six teams. Three teams are at the top of the league after a 2-1 win and three teams have no points on their defeat. Sweden and Spain are the favorites for the EM tickets and both started victorious in the qualifiers. Romania is considered the hottest candidate for a surprise in the awarding of EM tickets. The Romanians are but after the defeat in Sweden under pressure.
On the second match day, the Faroese will be guests in Cluj. The islanders also started with a defeat in qualifying and lost 1: 2 to Malta. For the Faroe Islands, however, the duel against Malta is only about the last two places in this pool anyway. Therefore, in the match between Romania and Faroe Islands speaks for a tip on the home win. If you want to participate in the European Championship finals, then you can afford in this group no slip-up against the Faroe Islands, and certainly not in their own stadium. Therefore, it seems only a matter of height as to how this match will turn out in favor of the hosts. Therefore, we can imagine, in a duel between Romania and Faroe Islands, a prognosis for a handicap victory of the home side. As always, the team from the North Atlantic will do their utmost to succeed with passion and passion. The attitude on the guests on Tuesday certainly will not be lacking. The problem is more in the quality of the players, because the Faroe Islands are not in the transfer market is much sought after. The kick-off to the European Championship qualifier between Romania and Faroe Islands in the stadium Constantin Radulescu from Cluj on 26.03.2019 at 19:45.
The Romanians started with great ambitions in the European Championship qualification, although it did not run optimally in the Nations League in the second half of last year. In Division C, it was only enough for second place behind Serbia, the Romanians remained without defeat. Before the prelude to the European Championship qualifiers, the Romanians remained without bankruptcy even in ten games. With such a series, one can have high hopes to be at the European Championship finals at the start. However, the prelude was banned and therefore the pressure on the Romanians is already enormous. It is clear that the team of Cosmin Contra in the further course of the qualification must go beyond themselves. Against the Färinger should on Tuesday but also a performance to win the victory, which is not settled at the highest level. Therefore, it seems conclusive that in the duel between Romania and Faroe Islands, we use the odds for a home win.
The bottom line was that the Romanians did not disappoint on Saturday’s opening defeat in Sweden, but just in the first half some weaknesses were revealed, which the Swedes used for the 2-0 lead.
After the change, Romania was better in the game, but Claudiu Keserü managed only the connecting goal. Thus, a victory on Tuesday against the Faroe Islands is no alternative, if you do not want to fall behind early in the qualifiers, as well as coach Cosmin Contra confirmed. This announced before the match on Tuesday, that he reserves personnel, but also tactical changes. Claudiu Keserü, who came in Sweden from the bank, should probably put in the starting lineup. Also Ianis Hagi, playmaker with outstanding football genes, is expected for the first time in the starting lineup. The Romanians are likely to continue without Vlad Chiriches. The defender of SSC Naples still complains of muscular discomfort.
The Faroese are kicking around in the Nations League in the last division and there are no other illusions that one day they might even be able to participate in a big tournament. But the islanders are always good for surprises. So you could even win in qualifying for the European Championship 2016 in Greece. Meanwhile, the team of the Danish coach Lars Olsen has been without victory for six games, although the opponents were already from the bottom drawer of European football. It would therefore be very presumptuous to give a tip on an away win in the duel between Romania and Faroe Islands. A sensation succeeds the island state, which has just over 50,000 inhabitants, rarely.
Last weekend, a point win would have been at least no sensation, because the Faroe Islands had to compete in island duel in the Mediterranean on Malta. It was a match at eye level, in which the Maltese kept the upper hand 2-1 at the end. It was a turbulent game in which Malta took a 1-0 lead after fifteen minutes, but was decimated by a dismissal one hour later. Shortly thereafter, Brandur Olsen missed from the penalty spot the chance to equalize. Ten minutes later, Malta increased the penalty to 2: 0. Only in the eighth minute of injury time did Jakup Thomsen with the 2: 1 still for result cosmetics. Perhaps the Bielefeld player Joan Simun Edmundsson could have prevented the defeat – but he came not struck used. So far, it is still questionable whether he can accumulate on Tuesday in Romania for his country. But we do not expect a lot of changes, because the squad of the Faroe Islands is broadly organized.
Romania vs Faroe Islands head to head matches
11.10.15 EUR Faroe Islands Romania 0 : 3
29.03.15 EUR Romania Faroe Islands 1 : 0
14.10.09 WC Romania Faroe Islands 3 : 1
10.09.08 WC Faroe Islands Romania 0 : 1
07.09.93 WC Faroe Islands Romania 0 : 4