Is There a Chance for Bosnia-Herzegovina Against Argentina?

Published June 15, 2014 by OCR Editor

Is There a Chance for Bosnia-Herzegovina Against Argentina?

Tune in at 11pm (UK time) for the World Cup Group F opener.

Rio de Janeiro's Maracana Stadium sees Argentina meeting Bosnia- Herzegovina for today's Group F opener (11pm UK time).

Argentina

Argentina's offense is an envy subject for football coaches in the world. Lined up in 4-3-3, Argentina will try to blitz their opponents with sharp and quick attacks. Much will rest on the shoulders of Angel di Maria who will serve a link between Argentina's weakest point, the defense, and the strong offense with Gonzalo Higuain and Sergio Aguero trying to find gaps for Lionel Messi to exploit. Messi is the most interesting player this tournament, coming to next-door Brazil in order to make history 28 years after Diego Maradona lifted the World Cup in Mexico.

Bosnia-Herzegovina

This is BH's first appearance in the World Cup and they got it big going against Argentina. BH ruled their World Cup qualification group winning 8 games out of 10. However, the teams they've faced there are nothing like the two-time World Cup winner they face today. BH's joker is Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko who netted 33 goals in 60 matches for the team. He will be aided by the creative midfield with players like Pjanic and Misimovic. While Argentina is a clear favorite to win today, with nothing to lose or prove, BH cannot be disregarded because of its inexperience.

Bet Live

 

William Hill Sports has got in store over 132 betting markets for today's match. In match betting, Hill offers 4/9 on Argentina, 13/2 on BH and 16/5 for a draw. Other popular betting markets include correct score, double result, goal scorer markets and score/win casts with Lionel Messi a big name in all odds. Don't miss out on this game - it's going to be super interesting. 

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