The Spanish national team will play against Argentina in the third round of the group stage of the Olympic football tournament. The match will take place on July 28 in Saitama (Japan), beginning at 14:00 Moscow time. Spain – Argentina: forecast , rate, odds, statistics.
The Spaniards scored four points in the first two matches, but so far they have not guaranteed themselves a participation in the playoffs.
In the first round, the Spanish national team unexpectedly lost points in the match against Egypt. The meeting ended in a draw 0: 0. In addition, the captain of Spain, Dani Ceballos , was seriously injured .
And in the second game, Spain defeated Australia – 1: 0. Luis de la Fuente’s team, as always, attacked a lot, created enough chances, but scored only one goal. Mikel Oyarsabal scored on the 80th minute.
To reach the quarterfinals of Spain, it is enough to draw in the upcoming match with Argentina.
Meanwhile, Argentina started the tournament with a 0: 1 defeat to Egypt. The key moment was the removal of Francisco Ortega at the end of the first half. But even before that, “albiseleste” played frankly badly.
Contrary to expectations, the Argentines played much better against Egypt . This time they won – 1: 0. Facundo Medina scored the only goal.
Argentina wants to beat Spain because a draw may not be enough if Australia wins Egypt in a parallel match, or vice versa.
Forecast and rate
The 1xbet download app offer to bet on Spain for 1.96 , on a draw for 3.84 , and on a win for Argentina – for 4.33 .
Despite the fact that the Spaniards have scored only one goal so far, they are the ones who show the best football at the tournament in Tokyo.
Argentina will definitely have problems. Perhaps she also has a talented line-up, but it’s still difficult to compare it with the Spaniards.
The stake is the victory of Spain for 1.96 .
And there is a feeling that it will be even easier for the Spaniards against a more playing Argentina than in matches with the stubborn Egyptians and Australians, who were all the team in their own half of the field.