Iceland vs Portugal betting odds and tips

Iceland has an odd of 9.00(bet ₹100 and wins ₹900 if Iceland wins). Bet Now

If this match ends with a draw then the odd is 4.50(bet ₹100 and win ₹450 if the match draws). Bet Now

Portugal has an odd of 1.36(bet ₹100 and wins ₹136 if Portugal wins).  Bet Now

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Match Details

Match: Iceland vs Portugal

Date: June 21, 2023

Time: 12:15 AM (IST)

Venue: Laugardalsvollur

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Squad Comparison

Iceland

Age Hareide, the newly-appointed Iceland head coach, could not get off to a dream start in charge of Our Boys on Saturday, despite having plenty of Nordic managerial experience from his time in charge of Denmark and Norway.

They went into the break level after Juraj Kucka’s opener thanks to an Alfred Finnbogason penalty, but the Slovakians were not to be denied and made the net ripple once more through Tomas Suslov in the 69th minute to deny Hareide his first win.

Iceland probable playing XI

Runarsson; Sampsted, Palsson, Ingason, Magnusson; J. Gudmundsson, Fridriksson, Willumsson; A. Gudmundsson, Finnbogason, Thorsteinsson

Portugal

Bosnia’s troops will be relieved that they don’t have to face Bruno Fernandes every week, as the Manchester United playmaker stole the show in a comfortable three-goal victory on Saturday. After Cristiano Ronaldo’s header was disallowed for offside, Fernandes delivered an inch-perfect through ball for Bernardo Silva to slot home.

Granted, Portugal were not expected to suffer a massive defeat at the hands of Luxembourg or Liechtenstein three months ago, and while some will undoubtedly point to the calibre of opponents Martinez has faced thus far, the ex-Belgium and Everton manager has overseen a professional start to their qualification bid.

Portugal probable playing XI

Costa; Pereira, Dias, A. Silva; Cancelo, Neves, Fernandes, Guerreiro; B. Silva, Ronaldo, Felix

Match Prediction for Iceland vs Portugal

Still finding their feet under Hareide, Iceland ought to become the next victims of Portugal’s ruthless attack and dogged defence in front of their own supporters this week. It remains to be seen how Martinez’s men would cope against stiffer opposition, but for the time being, the Selecao should continue their perfect start and move ever closer to a place in next year’s finals.

Iceland 0-3 Portugal, predicted by us.

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