Russia travel to Austria to meet the group leaders in an attempt to shake off some of the shame after recent results. After the World Cup which the Russians will like to forget in the New Year, they started the EURO qualifications with dreams of topping the group only to meet resistance. Austria continues to impress with their form and style of play which sees the hosts being unbeaten in 2014, and the last game they lost was back in October 2013 against Sweden. Don’t lose any more time and get an account with the best betting agent so you can start betting and winning!
Russia started the campaign with a 4-0 win over Lichtenstein, only to meet real resistance against Sweden and Moldova. This trip to Vienna is the last fixture of the year for a rather boring side led by Capello, who tries to change the formation, yet his team remains as unimpressive as ever. Should they lose in Vienna, Capello might find himself on his way out.
Marcel Koller makes a great job at the helm of Austria, which is why experts still lament his team’s lack of luck in qualifying for the World Cup. Austria’s main absence for the last qualification game of the year is Bayern Munich’s David Alaba, who sustained a cruciate ligament injury during a Champions League game. Koller has called Veli Kavlak from Besiktas, and his counterpart, Fabio Capello has received the good news that sees Roman Shirokov back from injury.
A draw would suit Austria, but Russia will try and most likely fail to retaliate. We are taking a risk and choosing a rather interesting drawcast market of Dzyuba to score and the match to end in a draw, and if you want to follow our tip and become a winner with us, make sure to sign up for the best betting platform with the best odds in the market.
Austria: Team’s Formation
Russia: Team’s Formation
Prediction for the match:
Dzyuba to score and the match to end in a draw