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Football preview: England vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina friendly

England and Bosnia & Herzegovina are gearing up for their first-ever football face-off ahead of Euro 2024. Interestingly, England is one of the top contenders in the tournament, while Bosnia & Herzegovina have not even qualified for it, having finished at the bottom of the group. England is favorites to clinch a decent 4-1 victory against Bosnia & Herzegovina on June 04, 2024, at St. James’ Park.

England is entering the field with 2 wins, 2 draws, and 1 loss in the last 5 events. Bosnia and Herzegovina have four consecutive losses and one win during the same line-up. England could form a 4-3-3 stat against Bosnia and Herzegovina’s predicted stat of 3-4-1-2.

Bosnia and Herzegovina will have to look out for Phil Foden. He is emerging as a star player for the side and was recently awarded the Premier League Player of the Season when he helped Manchester City win. Phil is said to have a chance of helping England win as well in Euro 2024 and lift the title after 58 years.

Edin Dzeko from Bosnia and Herzegovina has made 312 appearances on his way to becoming their best player. He has made the most appearances for Bosnia and Herzegovina and is also their leading scorer. He has scored 64 goals throughout his appearances while remaining at the forefront for every opportunity.

England will be without three key players: Harry Kane, Harry Mcguire, and Luke Shaw. Jude Bellingham may or may not make an appearance. Plus, Anthony Gordon shows little to no sign of recovery. Bosnia & Herzegovina, on the other hand, will only miss two players due to injuries: Ermin Bičakčić and Kolasinac.

There is a sufficient amount of heat around the upcoming friendly game. It will be followed by England vs. Iceland in June, another friendly fixture. Some of the best Football betting sites will likely adjust their odds for Iceland based on how England performs against Bosnia & Herzegovina on June 04, 2024. Fans can watch it live on the ground or AppleTV in the US, the UK, India, and Nigeria. The UK will simultaneously broadcast the England vs Bosnia & Herzegovina friendly event on Channel 4.

England’s previous appearance was against Belgium, which ended in a 2-2 draw. Credit to Jude Bellingham for finding the next in the fifth minute of ET after the usual 90-minute run. Bosnia and Herzegovina lost to Ukraine by 1-0 in their last football meeting. The only goal that Bosnia and Herzegovina put up on the tally board was an OG by Mykola Matviyenko. This has brought down their confidence, which has only built on top of facing one of the champion teams in the world.

England wants to win their next two football matches so that they can begin Euro 2024 on a positive note. Bosnia and Herzegovina just want to win for the feel of it.

Maxine Klingensmith

Maxine holds a bachelor degree in journalism, and she has worked as a freelance writer with foremost publications. Recently, Maxine has joined our team as a news editor. As she is passionate for casino and gambling industry, she conventionally contributes the latest news and reviews for casinos.

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