Japan (@1.02) vs Thailand (@9.5)

Our Prediction:

Japan will win

Japan – Thailand Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 05:00

Well, the best option is to back Japan to Win to Nil here. But with such a disparity in quality and therefore odds with the bookies, how can punters secure value? Thailand have only scored one goal in three away matches in this third round of qualifying, and while Japans defensive work has been studded with lapses in concentration of late, we must not forget that in the second round of qualifying they kept eight consecutive clean sheets.

As for Thailand, they will continue to do their best but a run of form that reads W0 D1 L4 tells its own story. They actually topped Group F in the second phase of qualifying, although the teams they were up against there Iraq, Vietnam and Chinese Taipei are clearly of a class below those that the Thais are up against in this third phase.

With that said, they have been around the block and have the nous to take down the Blue Samurai with lethal finishing. Expert Verdict: Japan might not look like much of a contender, and they may not be to win it outright, but don't overlook them too much. It's no secret that Uruguay's stars are only getting older, and that factor could make it tough on them. Their is a huge Japanese population in Brazil and this is one of the most technical, well-trained sides in the world when it comes to fitness.

If it is true that in that match was equalized possession but, as it turned out, it is very difficult to create occasions. That is why I hope that Japan will be able to maintain the goal at 0 or in a game that, although not transcendental, should help them to achieve a better goal difference in case they end up playing the direct classification for the World Cup. In the match they played in Thailand were 0-2 and Thailand finished only 2 times (1 of them between the 3 clubs).

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Yuya Kubo, a 23 year old that is playing at Gent in Belgium right now, is a man to keep an eye on. Thailand need to watch him very closely as he could easily score a couple here. He was given a great pass, no doubt, but his curved finish into the near post from a tight angle was superb, and he's likely to have made many fans with just that one goal. In just his third cap for the Japanese, Kubo scored a great goal against the UAE to open the scoring on Thursday. Kubo has also been on fire for his club, scoring five times in seven matches.

Bet: the victory of the national team of Japan with a -2-ball odds. The history of the meetings of the teams of Japan and Thailand has 6 matches, in all the Japanese won with a total score of 15: 2. I think this time, the samurai at their native stands will easily replay the guests and make another step towards the World Cup.

This Uruguay team is just so good at the two ends of the pitch. Part of that defence is Diego Godin, a man that is so massively experienced. Not only does their side possess Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani, two of the top finishers in all of football, both of which scored on Sunday, but it also holds a very strong defence as well. Not only is he nearly impossible to get through, but hes also shown to be quite a scorer at times when in the opposite box as well, such is the threat of the Atletico Madrid man.

Unlike Qatar, Japan have not called up their very best, and that is looking to be an awful decision so far. Shoya Nakajima has looked impressive in limited appearances as well, with the midfielder scoring three times in just 11 outings for his nation. Besides Premier League winner Shinji Okazaki, the next biggest scorer is Gaku Shibasaki, who has just three to his name. Hell be massive in the center of the park here as Uruguay could potentially be picked apart from that spot.