Japan (@1.02) vs Thailand (@9.5)
14-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Japan will win

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

Noteworthy, the attacking partnership of Suarez and Cavani is in the perfect working order. It has been eight years since La Celeste won their last Copa America title. Considering that Japan experienced all sorts of problems at the back in a 4-0 loss to Chile, there is a big value in betting on the Uruguayans. The nominal hosts are likely to get their revenge on the Samurai Blue for last years loss in a friendly. Oscar Tabarezs team aim to regain the prestigious trophy and they made a flying start to their campaign.

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.

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He's scored 40 times in 86 caps, and he's still just 28 years of age. But don't look for him to be a factor throughout as Japan should dominate possession rather easily. He's played for other sides in Europe as well, so he has a definite pedigree and has to be taken seriously when he is in attacking positions. Former Manchester City player (though he made no appearances) Teerasil Dangda has quite the track record for the Thai national team.

The Luckia also have a good share to Both do not score at 1.74 share and yet the Win Japan without conceding goal is at 1.71. What I wanted to take was Japan wins at 0 (or the equivalent and both do not tick). So you could say that Thailand here is filling. First of all make clear the why of the pick. For some reason this option is the biggest fee I have found for what I wanted to select.

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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.

Bosnian manager Vahid Halihodzic has wedded together some new blood with some older names in order to develop this present Japanese side. And he's finally seemingly begun to transition away from Keisuke Honda, as their win over UAE showed that they have other options up front. This will likely continue, as it should, because they have a lot of different options going forward and can change it up when needed.

Apart from that, the yellow card situation could present him with one or two slight worries. Jose Gimenez and Nicolas Lodeiro each picked up one of those on Sunday, so they will need to be careful to not miss out on the final match. Oscar Tabarezs main worry will likely relate to the age of his star players, with a lot of them surely in need of a rest at some point in this tournament.

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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.