Argentina vs Australia Prediction, Odds & Bettings Tips 15/06/2023

Argentina
15/06/23 - 13:00

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Australia

Argentina - Australia

International Match

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Top Odds and Best Predictions for Argentina vs Australia

World champion Argentina will play two friendly matches in June, the first one will be against Australia which will be hosted in Beijing.

Both Teams to Score

  • From the last five h2h matches between Argentina and Australia, three of them covered the BTTS
  • Argentina maintained a clean sheet in their last two games
  • Australia had three matches in a row with both teams scoring a goal

Over 2.5 Goals

  • The last Argentina vs Australia match was played at the recent World Cup with the Argentines a 2-1 winners
  • Argentina covered this bet in four out of the last five games they played
  • Australia went over the mark in three straight matches

Latest Market Odds and Statistics for Argentina vs Australia prediction

These are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.

Head to Head

03/12/22

World Cup 2022 WC2022

Argentina

Argentina

Australia

Australia

2

1

Last Five - Argentina

27/03/24

International Match International

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Argentina

Argentina

1

3

W

23/03/24

International Match International

El Salvador

El Salvador

Argentina

Argentina

0

3

W

22/11/23

South America - World Cup Qualifying South

Brazil

Brazil

Argentina

Argentina

0

1

W

17/11/23

South America - World Cup Qualifying South

Uruguay

Uruguay

Argentina

Argentina

2

0

L

18/10/23

South America - World Cup Qualifying South

Peru

Peru

Argentina

Argentina

0

2

W

Last Five - Australia

26/03/24

Asia - World Cup Qualifying AWC

Lebanon

Lebanon

Australia

Australia

0

5

W

21/03/24

Asia - World Cup Qualifying AWC

Lebanon

Lebanon

Australia

Australia

0

2

W

02/02/24

AFC Asian Cup AFC

South Korea

South Korea

Australia

Australia

2

1

L

28/01/24

AFC Asian Cup AFC

id

Indonesia

Australia

Australia

0

4

W

06/01/24

International Match International

Bahrain

Bahrain

Australia

Australia

0

2

W

These are the current odds for the game this weekend:

Argentina odds: 1/5 (1.20) – 83.3%

Draw odds: 7/1 (7.00) – 14.3%

Australia odds: 11/1 (11.00) – 9.1%

The Argentina vs Australia odds have put the World champions as the expected winner and the probability of that happening is well over 80 percent. However, the bettors will look long and hard at all the options available for this match based on the fact that this is a friendly game with fatigue coming into effect after a long and stressful season. You can check all the latest picks and predictions on our football betting tips today page, and here are some of the options for Argentina vs Australia game: Australia taking the lead after the opening 45 minutes of play is valued at 10/1 (10.00) – 10%, but if you believe that Argentina won't allow a surprise result, you can take their win with BTTS which will grant you odds up to 9/5 (2.80) – 35.7%.

Match Preview, Team Information, and Argentina vs Australia Lineups

Argentina

The honeymoon period for Argentina continues as they are looking to extend their winning streak after winning two friendly matches recently which was added to their famous World Cup glory. Lionel Messi and the rest of the world champions are at hand for this match, but we can expect that coach Lionel Scaloni will give a chance to a lot of players from his 23-man squad.

Predicted lineup: E. Martinez, Otamendi, Tagliafico, Romero, Molina, Lo Celso, Rodriguez, Palacios, Buoannotte, Messi, Garnacho.

Australia

The Aussies had a great World Cup run losing in the last 16 to Argentina and now are facing the same opponent in this friendly encounter. Australia recently played two friendlies against Ecuador winning and losing once.

Predicted lineup: Ryan, King, Atkinson, Strain, Bos, Baccus, O'Neill, Robertson, Hrustic, Leckie, Borello.

Player to Watch: Alejandro Garnacho

The newest member of Argentina's squad is an 18-year-old prodigy from Manchester United. Alejandro Garnacho has come into his own this season under the mentorship of coach Erik ten Hag. The young Spanish-born Argentine played fewer than 20 percent of all the minutes available in the Premier League, but still managed to score three goals and add a couple of assists to his record while making 19 appearances. He recently extended his United contract.

Garnacho was born in Madrid and started his youth career at Atletico Madrid before moving to Old Trafford where he has stayed for the past three years before being given a chance in the first team last season. Until this year, he mostly played for the Manchester United U21 team. He has been a part of Argentina U20 set up scoring four goals with as many assists.

Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni invited him to join the senior squad for the first time and he is expected to make his debut against Australia.

Starting lineups

Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.

Argentina

Argentina
10
Lionel Messi
ar
13
Cristian Romero
ar
20
Alexis Mac Allister
ar
15
Nicolas Gonzalez
ar
8
Marcos Acuna
ar
26
Nahuel Molina
ar
24
Enzo Fernandez
ar
7
Rodrigo De Paul
ar
23
Emiliano Martinez
ar
11
Angel Di Maria
ar
19
Nicolas Otamendi
ar
Substitutes
3
Nicolas Tagliafico
ar
14
Exequiel Palacios
ar
2
Facundo Medina
ar
21
Giovani Lo Celso
ar
9
Julian Alvarez
ar
18
Guido Rodriguez
ar
12
Geronimo Rulli
ar
25
Leonardo Balerdi
ar
6
German Pezzella
ar
17
Lucas Ocampos
ar
1
Walter Benitez
ar
5
Leandro Paredes
ar
28
Alejandro Garnacho
ar
22
Giovanni Simeone
ar
16
Thiago Almada
ar

Australia

Australia
5
Jordan Bos
au
6
Aiden O'Neill
au
3
Nathaniel Atkinson
au
14
Riley McGree
au
9
Jamie MacLaren
au
20
Keanu Baccus
au
7
Mathew Leckie
au
1
Mathew Ryan
au
19
Harry Souttar
au
15
Mitchell Duke
au
4
Kye Rowles
au
Substitutes
22
Gianni Stensness
au
16
Joel King
au
21
Alex Robertson
gb
17
Cameron Devlin
au
18
Joe Gauci
au
2
Ryan Strain
au
11
Brandon Borrello
au
10
Ajdin Hrustic
au
8
Conor Metcalfe
au
13
Denis Genreau
au
12
Tom Glover
au
23
Alessandro Circati
au


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