Spain vs Israel predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews
Spain vs Israel predictions for Monday’s World Cup qualifier at the Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem. La Furia Roja will take a big step towards World Cup qualification with a win. Read on for all our Spain vs Israel free predictions and Betting Tips.
Spain vs Israel predictions, match date, time and kickoff
The Israel vs Spain match date and time is set. Israel vs Spain fixture is on Monday, 9th October and game kick-off time is 19:45 BST at Teddy Stadium.
Date: Monday, 9th October
Time: 19:45 BST
Stadium: Teddy Stadium, Jerusalem
Spain vs Israel predictions
Here are the best Israel vs Spain odds and our Israel vs Spain Predictions and Betting Tips:
Best Odds Home Win: 9.00 with Bet365
Best Odds Away Win: 1.40 with Unibet
Best Odds Draw: 4.75 with Unibet
Our Spain vs Israel prediction
This should be a routine win for Spain, with neither side having anything to play for. Julen Lopetegui’s team are priced at 1.40 with Bet365. Below you can read the reasons for our Israel vs. Spain predictions.
Spain vs Israel Correct Score Predictions
We expect Spain to win 2-0 at 7.00 with Bet365
Spain vs Israel First Goal Scorer Prediction
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Reasons For Spain vs Israel predictions & Betting Tips
Spain are the favourites for this match with odds of 1.40 with bet365, with Israel the outsiders at 9.00 with Bet365 to cause an upset in Jerusalem.
La Roja have already qualified for the World Cup so will most likely play a lot of fringe players. Even so, they should have more than enough quality to win the match still.
On Friday they were 3-0 winners over Albania in Alicante. Rodrigo Moreno opened the scoring on his second international appearance, with Isco and Thiago also on target.
We’re backing Julen Lopetegui’s side to win 2-0 at 7.0 with Bet365 against an Israel side in poor form. They are actually pretty well priced given the gap in quality.
First goalscorer odds are not out, but we think David Silva could add to his 34 international goals and open the scoring at the Teddy Stadium. Keep an eye on Unibet and bet365 for odds.
Spain have not lost a World Cup qualifier away from home since 1993 and we don’t expect this run to end against an Israel side with nothing to play for.
Their only glimmer of hope is that Spain are without a few players, namely Alvaro Morata due to injury, but whichever team they put out should have far too much for them.
Spain vs Israel Form
Spain face Israel at the Teddy Stadium in Jerusalem on Monday night. La Roja won the reverse fixture 2-0 a year ago and are yet to lose under manager Julen Lopetegui.
Spain are in great form under Lopetegui as mentioned above. The 2010 World Cup champions are unbeaten in 13 matches since he took over last year.
Spain Form: WWWWDW
With a 1-0 win away at minnows Liechtenstein on Friday ending a 5 match winless run that included four defeats. They are fourth in Group G with 12 points.
Israel Form: WLLLDL
Spain vs Israel Head To Head (H2H)
The head-to-head comparison is unexpectedly strongly in favour of Spain. La Roja have won 4 of their 5 previous matches against Israel, who managed a 1-1 draw in a qualifier for the 2002 World Cup.
Spain vs Israel stats
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Spain Team News
Spain have a few injury concerns, with Alvaro Morata, Dani Carvajal and Andres Iniesta all pulling out of the squad due to injury. Aritz Aduriz, Alvaro Odriozola and Jonathan Viera were called up in their absence.
Spain vs Israel predictions
Spain to win at 1.40 with Unibet
Spain vs Israel Correct Score Prediction
Spain to win 4-0 at 7.00 with Bet365
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