England vs Bosnia & Herzegovina Prediction 03.06.2024



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  • Competition: International Friendlies
  • Date: Monday, 3rd, June 2024
  • Kickoff: 19:45 UK / 20.45 CEST
  • Venue: St. James' Park (Newcastle)

Aiming to find their form ahead of this summer's EURO 2024, England's first of two warm-up matches will take place at St. James' Park on Monday as they host Bosnia and Herzegovina.

England vs Bosnia & Herzegovina Betting Tips: AH1 (-1.5)

Before stepping onto the grandest continental stage in Germany this summer, the mighty England squad will engage in two preparatory matches against Bosnia, followed by a clash with Iceland four days later at the iconic Wembley, where they will strive to elevate their self-confidence to the highest heights.

Among other things, Gareth Southgate and his side are desperately seeking to shake off the disappointing results in recent times and head to Germany with their heads held high, having endured a dismal three-game stretch with no wins - drawing 1-1 with North Macedonia in the final round of EURO qualifiers, before going down 0-1 to Brazil and salvaging a late 2-2 draw against Belgium in March friendlies.

Although the Three Lions won't field their full lineup in Monday's action - Jude Bellingham, now with Real Madrid, battles his former club Dortmund for the "Big-Eared Trophy," while Luke Shaw nurses a leg injury, etc. - it's expected to be a one-sided affair in favor of the English, who should dominate in every aspect of the game, especially since most of them will be aiming to impress boss Southgate, who will have to trim down the current 33-man squad by seven.

As mentioned, England's first of two preparatory tests comes in the form of the 74th-ranked team on the FIFA World Rankings, namely Bosnia and Herzegovina, a nation arriving at St. James' Park in a dire streak of form, having only two meager successes to show from their last 10 competitive matches, succumbing eight times along the way.

The picture becomes even murkier when considering that the fireless Dragons scraped those two sole victorious outcomes against minnows Liechtenstein, while they are going through four straight losses right now, conceding a whopping 13 times in the process, a dire streak that cost them a spot at the EURO after suffering a late 1-2 defeat to Ukraine in the playoff semifinal.

Furthermore, Sergej Barbare's troops have been "cannon fodder" when looking at their recent road performances, as they suffered four out of the last six away matches by two or more goals margins, including a humiliating 1-4 defeat to Luxembourg in their most recent visit. Considering this, along with the mountainous gap in quality, we anticipate the Three Lions to sweep aside the Bosnians and deliver a resounding statement to their rivals at the EUROs.


England team news

Bayern Munich's goal machine Harry Kane, who has netted an outstanding 36 goals in 32 appearances for the German giant, missed the final two matchdays in the Bundesliga due to back issues, meaning that Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate won't take any chances with him.

The Manchester pair Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw will also remain sidelined during the June friendlies against Bosnia and Iceland as they continue their recovery from their injuries.

The star player Jude Bellingham might join the national team against Iceland, while the Bosnia clash is omitted, as he battles for the Champions League trophy with his Real Madrid club against former Borussia Dortmund in the final.

Last matches of England

  1. England

    2 : 2


    Friendly International

  2. England

    0 : 1


    Friendly International

  3. North Macedonia

    1 : 1


    Euro Qualification

  4. England

    2 : 0


    Euro Qualification

  5. England

    3 : 1


    Euro Qualification

England lineup


  • 1

    Jordan Pickford


  • 2

    Kieran Trippier

  • 6

    Marc Guehi

  • 5

    John Stones

  • 3

    Kyle Walker


  • 23

    Conor Gallagher

  • 41

    Declan Rice

  • 66

    Trent Alexander-Arnold


  • 47

    Phil Foden

  • 11

    Ollie Watkins

  • 7

    Bukayo Saka

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia & Herzegovina team news

Following the shocking 1-2 defeat to Ukraine in the late stages of the playoff semifinals for EURO, the Bosnian leadership swiftly responded with a change at the helm, appointing Sergej Barbarez as the new manager of the national team.

The defensive pairing of Sead Kolasinac and Ermin Bicakcic will need to undergo assessment as there are doubts regarding their full recovery from injuries which sidelined them for the final rounds of the season for their respective clubs.

Last matches of Bosnia and Herzegovina

  1. Bosnia and Herzegovina

    1 : 2


    Euro Qualification

  2. Bosnia and Herzegovina

    1 : 2


    Euro Qualification

  3. Luxembourg

    4 : 1

    Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Euro Qualification

  4. Bosnia and Herzegovina

    0 : 5


    Euro Qualification

  5. Liechtenstein

    0 : 2

    Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Euro Qualification

Bosnia and Herzegovina lineup


  • 22

    Nikola Vasilj


  • 18

    Nihad Mujakic

  • 5

    Dennis Hadzikadunic

  • 15

    Anel Ahmedhodzic


  • 36

    Nail Omerovic

  • 33

    Benjamin Tahirovic

  • 34

    Rade Krunic

  • 22

    Jusuf Gazibegovic


  • 10

    Haris Hajradinovic

  • 9

    Edin Dzeko

  • 11

    Ermedin Demirovic

4 Reasons why we expect AH1 (-1.5)

  1. Four out of the last six home victories for the England national team have come by a margin of two or more goals.
  2. Bosnia and Herzegovina have suffered eight defeats in their last 10 competitive matches.
  3. Bosnia and Herzegovina have been defeated by a margin of at least two goals in four out of their last six away visits.
  4. Bosnia and Herzegovina have conceded two or more goals in each of their last four matches that ended in defeat.

Main prediction England - Bosnia and Herzegovina

AH1 (-1.5)



57% winrate


2 wins in a row

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England vs Bosnia & Herzegovina - FAQ

? Where to watch?

The match between these national teams will be broadcast on BHT 1 (Bih), Channel 4 (Gbr), DAZN Deutsch, Diema Sport (Bul), Digi Sport 3 (Rom), L'Equipe (Fra), MTV Katsomo (Fin), MTV Urheilu 1 (Fin), Optus Sport (Aus), Polsat Sport 2 (Pol), Prima Sport 1 (Rom), Spiler1 TV (Hun), Sport 1 (Cze), Sport 1 (Isr), Sport TV2 (Por), SuperSport Tennis (Rsa), TV2 Sport (Den), TV2 Sport Premium (Nor), Viaplay (Swe), V Sport Premium (Swe)

? Who is England's player to watch?

Certainly, Harry Kane is the main attacking force of the England national team. He had a stellar first season at Bayern Munich, scoring 36 goals in 32 appearances. However, he could miss the June preparatory matches due to back issues.

? Who is Bosnia's player to watch?

With 65 goals in 134 appearances, Edin Dzeko is both the top scorer and the player with the most appearances for the national team.