Lebanon vs Australia prediction, odds & betting tips – 26/03/2024

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Asia – World Cup Qualifying

4th Round

Lebanon vs Australia Prediction
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The World Cup qualifier rematch between Lebanon and Australia will be held on the 26th of March at GIO Stadium. The first game ended positively for coach Graham Arnold and his boys. Can the second one be just as good? Find out the answer in the following Lebanon vs Australia betting tips below.

Lebanon vs Australia prediction: Routine victory for the Aussie side

Lebanon vs Australia predictions
Our pick

🔥Hot tip

Australia to Win

⚽ Correct score prediction

0-2 to Australia

💥 Both teams to score

 

BTTS - No

Key Stats

  • Australia won the last game against Lebanon a couple of days ago via 0-2 score.
  • Socceroos recorded three back-to-back victories in Group I.
  • Lebanon haven’t won a single game in the World Cup qualifiers thus far.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Bookies pick Arnold’s boys

  • HOME: 89/10 (8.90) – 12.0%
  • DRAW: 61/10 (7.10) – 18.1%
  • AWAY: 1/2 (1.50) – 66.9%

*These Lebanon vs Australia odds are subject to change

Despite having the home-field advantage at GIO Stadium, Lebanon are considered by the bookmakers as the underdogs in this race, with barely a 12.0% win probability at 89/10 (8.90). Understandably, we have Australia as the expected winners, with a staggering 66.9% win probability at 1/2 (1.50). Sure, the odds aren’t that tempting, but Socceroos make up for it with a certain win on the 25th of March.

Moreover, we also believe we will see BTTS – No this week. The odds are priced at 7/10 (1.70), giving our key Lebanon vs Australia prediction a 58.82% likelihood.

Last five H2Hs: Socceroos have it easy

Asia - World Cup Qualifying 21/03/24

Australia

Australia

2
Lebanon

Lebanon

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International Match 20/11/18

Australia

Australia

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Lebanon

Lebanon

0

As you see, Australia are no strangers to dealing with Lebanon. We are sure that coach Graham Arnold’s boys will get another rather easy win over the Middle Eastern team.

Lebanon team news and form: Lebanon not up to par

In the first match between the two teams on the 21st of March, Lebanon disappointed with their display. They produced only three shots on target and had only 33.0% possession in 90 minutes of play. Surely, they’ll do a bit better at GIO Stadium, but their best just won’t do against this formidable Aussie team.

Predicted lineup: Matar (GK), Sabra, Chaitou, Shour, Khamis, Nassar, Maatouk, Tneich, Srour, Jradi & Bugiel

Asia - World Cup Qualifying 11/06/24

W

Bangladesh

Bangladesh

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Lebanon

Lebanon

4

Asia - World Cup Qualifying 06/06/24

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Palestine

Palestine

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Lebanon

Lebanon

0

Asia - World Cup Qualifying 26/03/24

L

Australia

Australia

5

Lebanon

Lebanon

0

Asia - World Cup Qualifying 21/03/24

L

Australia

Australia

2

Lebanon

Lebanon

0

International Match 04/01/24

L

Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia

1

Lebanon

Lebanon

0

Australia team news and form: The World Cup is a step away

If coach Graham Arnold’s boys manage to get a result at GIO Stadium, they’ll be able to qualify for the World Cup for sure. We are sure that Australia have the quality to get the job done, but the players will have to do their lethal best, as Lebanon will try to exploit the home-field advantage.

Predicted lineup: Ryan (GK), Atkinson, Souttar, Burgess, Rowles, Baccus, Metcalfe, Irvine, McGree, Yengi & Taggart

Asia - World Cup Qualifying 11/06/24

W

Palestine

Palestine

0

Australia

Australia

5

Asia - World Cup Qualifying 06/06/24

W

Bangladesh

Bangladesh

0

Australia

Australia

2

Asia - World Cup Qualifying 26/03/24

W

Lebanon

Lebanon

0

Australia

Australia

5

Asia - World Cup Qualifying 21/03/24

W

Lebanon

Lebanon

0

Australia

Australia

2

AFC Asian Cup 02/02/24

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South Korea

South Korea

2

Australia

Australia

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Player to watch: Adam Taggart

We fancy Adam Taggart’s chances to make something happen for his team in the match against Lebanon on the 25th of March. Adam is by far the best Perth Glory player, and he seems to be a constant under coach Graham Arnold’s rule for Australia as well.

Lebanon vs Australia Player
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Adam Taggart enjoying a solid run

Since the start of the 2023/24 A-League campaign, Adam Taggart scored 15 goals and supplied teammates with three assists in 19 league games. We are convinced that he will help make our Lebanon vs Australia predictions a success.


Zack is a longtime football fan, writer, and bettor. He also has experience playing and coaching the game of football at a local level. His interest in the MLS, Liga MX and the Canadian Premier League adds a new dimension to the content we have at FootballWhispers.