Let's go over the upcoming Asia World Cup qualifier between Australia and Saudi Arabia, which will be on the 11th of November. Check out our website, if you want to see more World Cup odds and predictions.
Latest Betting Tips & Predictions for Australia vs Saudi Arabia
Below, you can check out our top suggestions for the upcoming Asia World Cup Qualifier between Australia and Saudi Arabia.
- Football Whispers AU Prediction one: Match Result – Australia to win @ 1.67
- Football Whispers AU Prediction two: Total Goals – Over 2.5 Goals @ 2.20
- Football Whispers AU Prediction three: Both Teams to Score – Yes @ 2.10
These odds are all from Ladbrokes AU. Check them out on your bet slip before wagering because they are also subject to change.
Match Result – Australia to Win
Australia has had a good run, up until their latest match against Japan. They also won four of the last five head-to-head matches against Australia specifically. So, even if Saudi Arabia's form in the last five matches was perfect, we don't see them winning on Thursday because they only won one game against Australia and it was way back in 1997.
Total Goals – Over 2.5 Goals
Out of the six head-to-head games between Australia and Saudi Arabia in the past, five of them ended with more than 2.5 total goals. Also, for both national teams, three of the last five World Cup qualifiers they played ended with over 2.5 total goals scored. It's safe to assume that their match on Thursday has a high chance of ending the same way.
Both Teams to Score – Yes
In almost all of the instances when Australia faced Saudi Arabia in the past, their matches ended with both teams scoring goals. In exactly five of their six matches against each other, there were BTTS outcomes. If history repeats itself, we will see a BTTS outcome once again on Thursday.
Head-to-Head Statistics and Useful Data for Australia vs Saudi Arabia
In these tables, you can check out the latest head-to-head statistics and scores between Australia and Saudi Arabia.
Match Preview & Team News Regarding the Asia World Cup Qualifier
Australia and Saudi Arabia have been the best teams in Group B, so far with twelve (Saudi Arabia) and nine (Australia) points acquired. They would have had both twelve points if Australia didn't lose against Japan last month. Based on their head-to-head history, we think that Australia will prevail on Thursday mainly because it has been more than twenty years since the last and only time that Saudi Arabia won a head-to-head match against Australia. We don't know of any injured or suspended players on both sides, so they will be facing each other at 100%.
Prevalent Q&As Regarding the Thursday Fixture
- When is the match going to begin? – The fixture will start at exactly 10:10 on the 11th of November.
- Where is the match going to be played? – The fixture will be played at CommBank Stadium in Sydney, Australia.
- Where is the match going to be broadcast? – The fixture will be broadcast live in Australia via 10 Bold, 10 Play, and 10.