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Iceland vs Israel Prediction, Head-To-Head, Lineup, Betting Tips, Where To Watch Live Today UEFA Nations League 2022 Match Details – June 14



Iceland is set to play Israel at the Laugardalsvöllur on Monday in the UEFA Nations League the match will start at 12:15 am. Iceland comes into this game on the rear of a 1-0 win over Fabrizio Costantini’s San Marino in their latest game. A first-half objective from OB midfielder Aron Elis Prandarson got the success for Arnar Vidarsson’s Iceland. Check Iceland vs Israel Prediction.

Israel, then again, beat Edoardo Reja’s Albania 2-1 as of late. The final part of support from Shakhtar Donetsk forward Manor Solomon guaranteed triumph for Alon Hazan’s Israel. An objective from Chelsea striker Armando Broja ended up being a simple reassurance for Albania.

Iceland vs Israel Prediction
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Iceland vs Israel Prediction

Iceland has grown enormously as a footballing country and has created a few great exhibitions as of late. They make them energize youthful players, and will sure of get along nicely.

Israel, then again, has the going after the ability of players like Liel Abada, Manor Solomon, Mu’nas Dabbur, and Shon Weissman to call upon. A draw appears to be reasonable in this match.

Prediction: Iceland 1-1 Israel

Iceland vs Israel Head-To-Head

Goals Scored2.52
Goals Allowed22.5

Probable playing 11

Iceland Predicted XI (4-3-3):

  1.  Runar Alex Runarsson,
  2. Valgeir Lunddal Fridriksson,
  3. Bryngar Ingi Bjarnason,
  4. Damir Muminovic,
  5. David Kristjan Olafsson,
  6. Albert Gudmundsson,
  7. Hoskuldur Gunnlaugsson,
  8. Isak Bergmann Johannesson,
  9. Mikael Egill Ellertsson,
  10. Sveinn Aron Gudjohnsen,
  11. Mikael Anderson

Israel Predicted XI (4-3-3): 

  1. Ofir Marciano,
  2. Eli Dasa,
  3. Miguel Vitor,
  4. Sean Goldberg,
  5. Doron Leidner,
  6. Dan Glazer,
  7. Ramzi Safouri,
  8. Dor Peretz,
  9. Liel Abada,
  10. Mu’nas Dabbur,
  11. Manor Solomon

Betting tips

  1. Israel has lost four of its last five away matches.
  2. 12 of Israel’s last 13 matches have gone over 2.5 match objectives.
  3. Iceland are unbeaten in their last three matches.