Thailand vs India Betting Tip and Prediction
- Updated: 5th January 2019
Thailand vs India – Asian Cup :Thailand and India face off at the Al-Nahyan Stadium
On the 1st round of the group stage of the Asian Cup on January 6th.
Thailand’s national team comes into this encounter super excited, since they are unbeaten for 9 matches already.
Now the team is looking to sustain that good recent record to advance on the Asian Cup’s group stage.
On the last 5 matches, they have gotten 2 victories and 3 draws. During that period, they have beaten Singapore and Oman, besides drawing against Malaysia twice and against the Philippines.
This is a match in neutral ground and on the last 10 matches they’ve played, they have a record of 6 victories, 3 draws and only 1 loss. They have scored 21 goals and have conceded only 7, with one of their main stand-out players being the attacker Dangda.
As for India, in turn, they had a less positive preparation and they are looking to surprise on the continental competition. Their team is winless for 4 matches and they come into their debut on a poor moment of form.
On the last 5 matches, they have gotten 1 victory, 2 draws and 2 losses. During that period, they have beaten Pakistan, drew with China and Oman, and lost to Maldives and Jordan.
Thailand vs India – Betting Tip and Prediction: :
This is a match in neutral ground and on the last 10 matches they’ve played, they had a record of 5 victories, 2 draws and 3 losses. They have scored 15 goals and have conceded 6, with one of their main stand-out players being the attacker Chetri.
These are two teams that are still looking to consolidate themselves on the world football scene. But we can’t deny that both countries have been investing on their development, with their leagues becoming more and more competitive.
There is a lot of interchange with more developed centers of world football, and these teams have been improving.
Will it be enough for them to face off against the biggest strengths of the Asian continent? I don’t think so.
On the encounter between these two, I expect balance. Yes, Thailand are favourites but not as much as the odds suggest. I believe on a much more balanced match and without that many goals, very focused on the defences.
In that sense, betting on the “Under” has a lot of value here.
|Betting Tip / Prediction||Odd||Stake||Bookmaker||Status|
|Under 2.5 goals|