Fixture: Romania vs Spain
Tournament: EURO 2020 – Qualification
Date/Time: 22:45 GMT +4 5-th September
Arena: Arena Națională (Bucharest)
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Romania vs Spain match is going to be held on 5-th September at Arena Națională (Bucharest)It’s a very interesting football match in Euro 2020 – Qualification.They will try to show us their best skills, combinations and tactics to win this match.The table position of Romania is 3-th place and has 7 point.
Romania have connected a three-match unbeaten streak since opening the campaign with a 2-1 loss in Sweden, now hosting Spain in hope they can build on such a great mood in the dressing room and shock the in-form visitors who come into the match as heavy betting favourites to secure the points.
Wolves have beaten Faroe Islands (4-1), Malta (0-4), and held Norway to a thriller 2-2 draw along the way, scoring numbers of goals on the regular as Claudiu Keseru led the line with five to his name already. They have proven themselves a very tough rival for Spain over the years and will now surely be very motivated to keep up such records.
Spain are thus looking for their only second win in seven head-to-head clashes in over 30 years, which will be sort of a pressure on Robert Moreno’s men to perform. They have been furious and top the Group F table with a perfect run, where they beat Norway (2-1), Malta (0-2), Faroe Islands (1-4), and Sweden (3-0) in exciting clashes already.
La Furia Roja have been scoring numbers of goals and already have 11 to their name but the struggles for defensive consistency could be more worrying. They conceded at least a goal on four of their last five trips across competitions and this points towards a thriller in the making as well.
All eyes will be on Arena Nationala when Romania and Spain face each other in the Group F derby. The Romanians aim to build on a 4-0 win over Malta, but they face an uphill task in Thursday’s football match against the star-studded Spaniards. The hosts will be without suspended full-back Alexandry Chipciu against Spain and given la Roja’s thrilling form in the qualifiers, we believe that there is a big value in betting on Roberto Moreno’s troops.
The Spaniards aim to keep their 100% record in the European Championship qualifiers intact and seeing that they want to get their job done in Group F as soon as possible, away win should be considered. Valencia attacker Rodrigo is likely to lead the line for the visitors against Romania and we predict that the opposition defenders are likely to have their work cut out for them when facing the 28-year-old.
Last matches: ROMANIA
10.06.19 EUR Malta Romania 0 : 4
07.06.19 EUR Norway Romania 2 : 2
26.03.19 EUR Romania Faroe Islands 4 : 1
23.03.19 EUR Sweden Romania 2 : 1
20.11.18 UNL Montenegro Romania 0 : 1
Last matches: SPAIN
10.06.19 EUR Spain Sweden 3 : 0
07.06.19 EUR Faroe Islands Spain 1 : 4
26.03.19 EUR Malta Spain 0 : 2
23.03.19 EUR Spain Norway 2 : 1
18.11.18 FI Spain Bosnia & Herzegovina 1 : 0