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China VS Guam Island, China to get a positive result

FIFA WCQLChina VS Guam Island, China to get a positive result

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Posted Wed, 09 Oct 2019 17:27:41 GMT        

Match Time: 10/10/2019 20:00 Thursday (GMT+8)

FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC) -- China VS Guam Island

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Match Analysis:

In this round of FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC), China will host Guam Island. In first round, China defeated Maldives with 5:0 easily. Guam Island are in inferior strength and they lost last 2 rounds on group stage, but they once beat India and Turkmenistan in 2015 and 2016, so China still need to be cautious in this game. Also, Wu Lei from China just returned from La Liga, which may affect this forms due to full schedules, so they may change their line-ups. So it will be a tough game for both sides.

 

BETTING VERDICT:

Guam Island ranks the bottom of the group table, and the home win return is lower as 1.00, which is tending to China. So China will be expected to get a positive result.

 

China VS Guam Island

Pick: China to win

 

China VS Guam Island, China to get a positive result

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