Norway v Spain Betting Odds Comparison

Saturday, 12/10/2019, Time: 20:45

Match Betting (1x2)

Six games played, six games won. Spain aren’t messing around when it comes to qualifying for Euro 2020, with La Roja trading at 1/2 with BetVictor to continue their 100% record when they travel to Oslo this weekend.

The Spanish have already won in Romania, Malta and the Faroe Islands, although they are arguably the three easiest opponents in the group and it should be noted that they only beat the former by a 2-1 scoreline.

Therefore, there could be some merit in backing the Norwegians at odds of 6/1 with William Hill considering that they will have to go for broke in this clash.

Only a victory will be enough to get over the line in second place, with the Nordic side having played out exciting draws at home to Sweden and Romania as well as beating Malta.

The Norwegians did only lose 2-1 away to Spain in the reverse fixture and there could be some merit in backing the draw for this clash at odds of 10/3 with Paddy Power.

First Goalscorer

Strange as it may sound, Sergio Ramos is the leading scorer for Spain in Euro 2020 qualification and the Real Madrid defender is 10/1 with Paddy Power to score the opener in this clash.

Ramos is on penalty duties and also shows his prowess from corners and free-kicks, although there might be more likely scorers and that includes Valencia’s Rodrigo who has a healthy seven goals in his twenty matches played.

Paddy Power go 9/2 that he scores the first goal of the game, with Bournemouth’s Josh King boasting the best scoring record out of all the Norwegian forward and he’s 10/1 to score the opener here.

Asian Handicap

It’s plausible that Spain will prove a cut above a Norway side who are missing a few players through injury and we therefore consider the Spain -1.5 selection to be a decent shout at odds of 29/20 with Unibet.

During six qualifying matches, the Spanish have scored seventeen goals and conceded just three which would back up this bet, although Norway are not going to be easy opponents and perhaps some will feel they’re a better option on the Asian Handicap.

The home side are 41/40 with a +1 handicap and that means they could afford to lose by a single goal and you would get money back. However, a draw or a victory for the home side and you would be in the money.

Both Teams to Score

Spain failed to keep a clean sheet away to Romania or Faroe Islands, so it’s safe to say that there’s a decent chance that both teams will find the net in this contest.

Unibet go 27/25 about the “Yes” option for BTTS and we regard this as a value bet considering there’s a greater than 50% chance of this happening according to our research.

If you think that at least one of Spain or Norway will fail to score, then the “No” option on BTTS is trading at 9/10 with BetVictor and that naturally includes the possibility of a goalless draw.

Over / Under Goals

We know that Spain can be full of goals and potentially cover the Over 2.5 Goals line themselves, so there’s mileage in thinking that three or more will be scored in Oslo.

Unibet have 19/20 about this happening and we think it’s a great bet as Spain look to create chances, while Norway’s three home matches to date have included scorelines of 3-3 and 2-2.

The home side simply need something from this match to finish above Sweden and we’re happy to look at backing Over 3.5 Goals at 5/2 considering that there is a clear prospect of four goals being scored.

Correct Score

Spain have scored at least two goals in their three away matches so far. La Roja are a 13/2 chance to land a 2-0 victory in Oslo, although we prefer the 2-2 scoreline at 20/1 with BetVictor.

If you think that Norway can spring a surprise, this is likely to be through outscoring their opponents and a 3-2 victory in favour of the Nordic side is currently trading at 30/1.