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Correct football predictions for the weekend

Portugal hosts Bosnia-Herzegovina in Lisboa in a match from Group J of the European qualifications. We advise you to remain with us and our correct football predictions for the weekend.


Far from surprising, but Portugal are leading the group’s standings with two wins from the first two legs. Seleçao achieved two solid wins against Lichtenstein and Luxembourg in the first two matches. They scored 10 goals for 180 minutes and kept two clean sheets. Four of these goals were scored by the veteran Cristiano Ronaldo.


Portugal’s new head coach Roberto Martinez is enjoying his first few months at the job. He’s aware that a third consecutive win on Saturday would put his team in a very good position in this group.


Most likely Cristiano Ronaldo will start against Bosnia as well. He should be supported by players like Joao Felix, Bernardo Silva and Bruno Fernandes. Meanwhile Benfica’s Gonçalo Ramos is a solid option for the attack while Wolves’ Ruben Neves can help the team in midfield.


Cristiano is still hungry for goals despite being already 38-years of age. He’s the best goalscorer in history of international football with 122 goals in his career. He’s also just two goals away from his 200th appearance for the national team.


Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva shall come inspired in Portugal’s camp. The talented midfielder just won the Champions League with the Cityzens. He has been one if City’s best players throughout the season. We have no doubts he’s going to be very important in the upcoming Euro 2024 qualifiers.


Bosnia-Herzegovina started their qualifying campaign with one win and one loss from the first two matches. They beat Iceland in their first game but after this they conceded a defeat against Slovakia.


That’s our correct football predictions for the weekend for the upcoming Euro 2024 qualifier between Portugal and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Is this going to be an easy one for Seleçao? Well, let’s wait and see!