Nairabet Preview: Spain vs Italy: Back La Roja to win

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La Roja will hope to stamp their dominance inGroup G when they clash with the Azzurri on Saturday

Spain welcome Italy to Estadio Santiago Bernabéu for the Group G 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifiers (Europe) clash as they look forward to extend their lead.

Julen Lopetegui’s men are sitting atop the group with goal advantage over their rival-Italy as they both boast of 16 points in six games.

La Roja have not lost in their last six duels but are slightly better on head to head with the Italians having won 12 times in their 36 meetings. Nairabet is offering (1.80) for their victory in the outing.

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A stalemate at the end of 90 minutes of the clash will not be out of place as Lopetegui’s side have shared the spoils with their opponents on two occasions in their last six meetings. Therefore, the betting firm is putting up (3.45) for a draw outcome.

Meanwhile, the Italians will be expected to take the game to their hosts as they desperately look forward to toppling them from top spot.

Gian Piero Ventura’s men also boast an impressive record, having not lost any of their last six outings. The betting company is offering (5.00) for them to cause an upset in the engagement.

Going by the strengths of both sides, odds of (1.95) are up for grabs with Nairabet to see the half-time result ending in a deadlock.

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Spain have not been scoring goals aplenty in their recent games-with an average of two goals per match in their last three duels. Punters can back the 2010 world champions for a 1-0 win at a price of (4.45).

Both sides have not failed to register goals in their last six encounters as such; Nairabet is offering (4.25) for a 3-0 scoreline and (7.25) for 4-0.

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