The stakes are pretty high for both of these teams if they are to stand any chance of finishing ahead of Scotland or Spain in qualifying. Norway are the team who are most likely to break into the top two according to the football betting sites, with the Nordic side having slipped up a few times already but all is not lost.

Stale Solbakken is an experienced coach who will hope that his team can improve from their opening qualifying performances, with their campaign beginning with a 3-0 defeat away to Spain and the 1-1 draw at Georgia was followed by a reverse at home to Scotland. It’s clear that the overall quality of the side is not too strong despite Haaland’s presence in attack.

There is also Arsenal’s Martin Odegaard who can make a big impact although the rearguard are clearly vulnerable and the experienced defensive campaigners are Copenhagen’s Birger Meling and Valerenga’s Stefan Strandberg. We may well see Kristoffer Ajer kick on from his performances with Brentford and Dortmund’s Julian Ryerson is another interesting operator.

Georgia could be sticky opponents and they were able to cancel out Alexander Sorloth’s opener in Batumi back in March, with a 2-1 victory then recorded away to Cyprus before a 2-0 defeat in Scotland. This could end up being a fairly tight victory and any Norway win might be achieved without conceding a goal which could be the way to bet.


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