China (@1.01) vs Oman (@11.0)

Our Prediction:

China will win

China – Oman Match Prediction | 13-09-2019 05:00

The last time these two nations met it was for a friendly match back in 2016, where the hosts Japan ran out 4-0 winners. Khalid Al-Hajri has 11 goals for Oman, but was substituted during the defeat to Uzbekistan, while Yuya Osako moved onto 12 international goals in 38 caps after his double against Turkmenistan. sako scored twice that day, while teammates Kiyotake and Kobayashi scored the final two goals in the second half. Many of the experienced players in Japans side that day have either retired from international football since or have not been selected for the Asian Cup due to injury, form, and club commitments.

The 34-year old has scored 65 goals for India and will be eyeing increasing the tally. As usual, the Indian captain will have the responsibility to find the back of the net for the Blue Tigers. The Omanian defenders will be aware of the 'Chhetri threat', and will have plans to lock him in. India will going into this fixture with one spearhead - Sunil Chhetri.

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Ahead of this, India and Oman will lock horns at the Baniyas Stadium of Abu Dhabi this Thursday. India's finish here will be the first step towards the big dreams the nation has in the near future. The match will be played behind closed doors as the two managers do not want their tactics to be learned by the competitors at this late time before the Cup.

In the previous 5 matches, they recorded 1 win, 1 draw, and 3 losses. In all those games we saw a lot of goals, 20 of them on both sides. They are entering these qualifications with the hope that this time their opponents in the group are not so strong as on the previous few occasions and if they find a way for a good result against Oman they will be a step closer to the World Cup in Qatar. India, universally known as The Blue Tigers recently had a bag of mixed results.

Japan average scored 1.97 goals per match in season 2019. Below you will find a lot of statistics that make it easier Predict the result for a match between both teams. In 14 (66.67%) matches played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. 1 matches ended in a draw. Below the text is a list of the direct games. Japan won 8 matches. In 9 (40.91%) matches played away team was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. Teams Oman Japan played so far 9 matches.Oman won 0 direct matches. In 8 (38.10%) matches in season 2019 played at home was total goals (team and opponent) Over 2.5 goals. In 18 (81.82%) matches played away was total goals (team and opponent) Over 1.5 goals. On average in direct matches both teams scored a 2.11 goals per Match.Oman in actual season average scored 1.70 goals per match.

Indias backline is their weakest point and maybe Anas Edathodika who is coming out of retirement will be helpful. Amarjit Singhs injury is also something that needs to be solved before this clash. Igor Stimac will not have an easy job to do. India hired a new manager before the start of their quest to qualify for the World Cup.

Japan made hard work of their victory over Turkmenistan and certainly missed some of those more familiar faces that didnt make the 23-man squad for the tournament. Oman sit bottom of Group F after their opening day defeat against Uzbekistan and now cant afford to lose on Sunday when they face one of the favourites to win the Asian Cup.

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Japan and Turkmenistan produced a surprising five-goal thriller in their first group game, with the favourites eventually running out 3-2 winners. Japan had to improve in the second forty-five and they did just that, levelling the scores in the fifty-sixth minute through sako and then taking the lead four minutes later thanks to another sako strike. Japan held on to secure a deserved win after having 69% of the possession and sixteen shots during the ninety minutes, but their defending must improve if they are to go far in this competition. Amanow handed the underdogs the lead in the twenty-sixth minute with a goal that separated the two teams at half time. Doan has been impressing in the Eredivisie and got the all important third goal for Japan in the seventy-first minute, but Ataew set up a nervy final ten minutes when he pulled a goal back from the penalty spot.

Experienced defenders Yuto Nagatomo and Maya Yoshida played the entire ninety minutes, but Japan missed the quality of Shinji Kagawa in midfield and the tenacity of striker Shinji Okazaki who weren't selected in the 23-man squad. Japan are likely to start the same eleven players that saw them to victory over Turkmenistan, with two goal hero sako set to lead the line once again.

With an experienced and a well-balanced unit, PNG are, therefore, better placed to emerge on top in this upcoming fixture. Papua New Guinea, on the other hand, have a strong talent pool with the majority of players coming in from under-19 circuit. While Oman have been impressive in the shortest version of the game, their performances in the One Dayers hasn't been as good.