England U21 vs Finland U21 – 10 Vital Statistics


10. England have won three of their last four games and have conceded just once over that period. They are 1.17 to win again.
 
9. However, Finland earned a 1-1 draw when these sides met September, their second draw in five games. Thursday’s clash is priced at 6.50 to finish level.
 
8. Finland boast a W3 D2 L1 record over their last six games, including a 5-1 away victory against Wales in August. They are 12.00 to win.
 
7. West Brom’s Saido Berahino has six goals for his club this season and scored England’s equaliser in Finland. England are 1.92 to score over 2.5 goals.
 
6. England recorded 12 shots to Finland’s five, nine of which hit the target when they last met. England are 7.50 to win 3-0. 

 

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5. Bar their three defeats at the 2013 European Championships, England are unbeaten since November 2011, having won eight of nine fixtures. England are 1.50 to be leading at half time.

4. Nathaniel Chalobah is the most-capped outfield player in England’s U21 squad (11). The midfielder is yet to score for his country, although the Chelsea loanee has one goal in four for Nottingham Forest. England are 1.70 to win without conceding a goal.
 
3. Ravel Morrison scored twice for England during their most recent game, a 5-0 win against Lithuania. Morrison scored his fifth goal for West Ham at the weekend against Norwich. England are 16.00 to win 5-0 again.
 
2. England have not conceded in seven home games, since FC Cluj midfielder Adrian Hora netted during Romania’s 2-1 defeat at Carrow Road in October 2010. They are 1.58 to win both halves.
 
1. England have averaged 3.2 goals per game over their last seven home outings. Back over 3.5 total goals at 2.30.

 

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