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Norway vs Finland Prediction: Betting on the guests



Norway vs Finland Prediction, Betting Tips & Odds │13 MAY, 2024

Prediction for the World Championship 2024 match between Norway and Finland which will take place on May 13. Who will turn out to be stronger? Check the team conditions! Several betting options are available.

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The Norwegian national team is a modest team that hasn’t been in playoff contention at World Cups for a long time, and their main goal is to stay in the elite division. Every year the Vikings manage to cope with it, but they don’t even think about more. At the 2024 World Cup, they are proving to us that they are ready to settle for little. In the opening game of the tournament against the Swiss, they kept the score tied only in the first period – 1:1, after which the defence stopped coping, and so they lost – 2:5. The game against the Czechs was too good for the Norwegians, they led 3:1 in the opening twenty minutes, but then they started to concede again and lost 3:6.


Finland is the favourite in all recent major tournaments. Jukka Jalonen doesn’t bring in a lot of star players to the national team, which doesn’t prevent them from producing results. Only at the last World Championship Suomi were limited to the quarter-finals, but now they clearly intend to work on their mistakes and perform at a decent level. At the same time, the debut of the 2024 World Cup was not so successful for them. In the opening game against the Czechs, they played well in defence, but did not succeed in attack, so it came down to a shootout, where the Blue and White lost 0-1. Afterwards, the Finns got an easy 8:0 win over the Great Britain, and the main hero of the game was 20-year-old Oliver Kapanen, who scored a hat-trick.

Expert Betting Tips

The Norwegian national team is one of the outsiders of Group A at the 2024 World Cup, which was confirmed by the two starting games at the tournament, in which the Vikings lost with a total score of 5:11. In the upcoming encounter it will be problematic for them to count on points, as the opponents will be a very strong national team of Finland. The brightest difference in class is reflected in the statistics of head-to-head meetings, according to which Suomi won ten consecutive meetings with a total score of 48:9. On the previous day, the Blue and Whites did not stand on ceremony against Great Britain, defeating them 8:0, so now we can expect something similar.

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