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World Cup Qualifying : Greece v Slovakia, Bosnia-Herzegovina v Liechtenstein odds from Group G

Group G action comes from Greece v Slovakia, Bosnia-Herzegovina v Liechtenstein as Bet365 release the latest betting odds and live streaming on the games.

The battle for top spot in Group G is likely to go down to wire with Bosnia-Herzegovnia and Greece both in contention with two games remaining.

The duo currently sit on 19 points with almost identical records having won 6 and drawn one of their 8 games so far.

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Bosnia-Herzegovina 1/25, draw 22/1, Liechtenstein 75/1
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Bosnia-Herzegovnia sit top of the group however courtesy of their superior goal difference after scoring 25 goals and conceding just 5 compared to the Greek’s 9 for and 4 against.

Bosnia-Herzegovnia will face Liechtenstein at home on Friday aiming to improve on their 8-1 win in Vaduz in the opening game of the qualifiers.

That game saw Edin Dzeko and Vedad Ibisevic both score hat-tricks and the pair have not let up since adding five and three more to their tallies.

The Golden Lillies have made impressive strides since their introduction to International football in the 1998 World Cup qualifiers and they have made the play offs for the 2010 World Cup and the 2012 European Championship in recent years, losing to Portugal on both occasions.

Safet Susic’s side are very determined to secure automatic qualification this time out and they have impressed throughout the campaign with their stand out results being a draw away to Greece and a 3-1 win over the same team at home.

However with his side on the cusp of securing a famous qualification Susic is remaining focused “I believed in winning this group from the day the campaign began because of our quality and talent,”

“We have a great generation of players that have been together for some time now and everything has clicked.

“But we haven’t done our job yet.

“We still have two games remaining and it’s all to play for.

“We need to keep our focus and do all that we can to win our final games.”

Greece meanwhile are already assured of a play-off place and will face a Slovakia side that they have already beaten 1-0.

The Greek campaign has been built on a solid defence, just 4 goals conceded although they have struggled for goals with Theo Gekas, Konstantinos Mitroglou and Dimitris Salpingidis their top scorers in the campaign with two goals.

While Fernando Santos’ side need results to go their way in order to top the group the Portuguese manager is now giving up telling reporters “I insist that we must continue to hope as we still have mathematical chances to finish first,”.

“However, it will not be easy for Bosnia in Lithuania (on October 15).

“But right now our focus is on winning the two games we have left.”

Santos will be without the suspended duo of PAOK midfielder Kostas Katsouranis and Olympiakos defender Jose Holebas.

The group’s final game see’s Lithuania take on Latvia in Vilnius with fourth in the group up for grabs.

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