Argentina and Messi are looking for top place this year while as for Iceland success would be if they come to play offs stage.
We all know Argentina is one of best football nations of all time and we all know they have Leo Messi. So how strong is Argentina at this moment.
Team is lead by home coach Jorge Sampaoli. On goal they have two options, two experienced keepers Franco Armani and Nahuel Guzman that both play in Argentina. There is also experienced Willy Caballero that is in Chelsea but did not play a lot. Keeper position could be big problem for Argentina.
Without a doubt defence is on much higher level with central defender Nicolas Otamendi from Man City and Marcos Rojo from Man United. There is also Federico Fazio from Roma. On right back they have Gabriel Mercado from Sevilla and on left back Nicolas Tagliafico from Ajax.
In midfield they have experienced Javier Mascherano that play in China now, talanted Giovani Lo Celso from PSG, Ever Banega from Sevilla, Lucas Biglia from AC Milan, Manuel Lanzini from West Ham and some other players similar level. This are all solid team players but I do not see any players that will make difference among them.
Attack is where Argentina power is. Messi from Barca, Dybala and Higuain from Juve, Sergio Aguero from Manchester City and Angel Di Mar?a from PSG are all players that makes difference when on field. I think option is also that Messi will play more like attacking midfilder as there are so many attacking players in this lineup.
Argentina could have some problems with keepers but defence is solid enough, midfiled is defensive also solid and we all know what top players mentioned above can do.
Iceland is small country with population less then 350000 but their are great athlets. How good are they in football most popular sport in world is just crazy. I believe many nations has more then 350000 registered football player but are not even close to level on with Iceland play.
On goal they have Kristinsson that plays for Excelsior in Holland. In defence they have Ragnar Sigurdsson from Rostov Russia, Sverrir Ingi Ingason who also play in Rostov, Holmar Orn Eyjolfsson from Levski Sofia, Johann Berg Gudmundsson from Burnley and Ari Freyr Skulason from Lokeren.
Midfield is maybe best part of their team with Everton playmaker Gylfi Sigurdsson, Aron Gunnarsson from Cardiff, Birkir Bjarnason from Aston Villa and Runar Mar Sigurjonsson from St. Gallen.
In attack they have also some really good options with players like Alfred Finnbogason from Augsburg, Johann Berg Gudmundsson from Burnley, Kolbeinn Sigthorsson from Nantes and Jon Dadi Bodvarsson from Reading.
Can you imagine all this players they develop and total population of Iceland is only 350000. This players are capable to surprise even top teams no doubt.
I must say that I like over goals more in this match then TIP 1. I think Argentina should win but also I think Iceland will score and odds for over goals has much better value then TIP 1. OVer 2.5.
Tip: UO Over 2.5
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