Bet Of The Day June 9

Andrew Hendrie:
Bet Of The Day June 9

The UEFA Nations League match between Norway and Slovenia features as’s best bet for Thursday June 9.

Bet Of The Day June 9 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

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Key Points

  • Norway are on a four-game winning streak
  • Norway have conceded just one goal during that period
  • Slovenia have lost their opening two Nations League games
  • Slovenia have won just one of their last 10 away fixtures
  • Slovenia haven’t beaten a team ranked in the top 50 since 2019
  • Norway are unbeaten in eight of their last nine games vs Slovenia dating back to 1998
  • Erling Haaland has scored in his last seven internationals
  • Norway are unbeaten in nine of their last 10 games

We’re off to the Nations League for today’s best bet as Norway look to continue their tremendous run of form when they host struggling Slovenia.

Norway have put together a dream start to their Nations League campaign, winning their opening two games against Serbia 1-0 and Sweden 2-1.

Stale Solbakken’s team are playing their best football in recent memory, with Norway currently on a four-game winning streak in all competitions and winning seven of their last 10 overall with just one defeat.

Of course Erling Haaland is leading the way, with the star striker scoring in his last seven consecutive internationals, including netting the opener on six occasions and racking up a whopping 11 goals in total.

Now Norway are gunning for their fifth win in a row for the first time since 2018 – and we’re confident they can get the job done.

Slovenia are struggling in the second tier of the Nations League after gaining promotion, suffering defeats against Serbia and Sweden in their first two games.

Going on the road isn’t going to help their cause here, with Slovenia winning just one of their last 10 away outings – and that was against minnows Malta.

Slovenia are clearly a class below and have been for a while now, with the team failing to beat a team inside the top 50 since 2019.

Norway should be too strong at home and to add some value, we’re going to back 7+ corners. Norway will be attacking constantly, which should lend itself to plenty of corners.

Norway saw 14 corners in their win over Sweden and 12 corners in their victory over Serbia. They have seen 7+ corners in their last four straight games and we should see that trend continue here.



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