And we now have striker in dutch second league who has scored 5 in 8 games or so and obviously our goalscoring drough must end at some point
I think you quoted wrongly otherwise what's your point ...
I guess that any small nation could use wisely striker who is scoring goals regularly for his club and that despite in whatever country and/or league he is currently playing ...
Well it's just one of these days where everything goes wrong.
Obviously you defend well for 90 minutes and then fall asleep in the first added minute and that's it as T. Pukki leads Finland to their third consecutive 1:0 win ...
Oh well then. Atleast Hungary game on monday gives chance to bounce back ...
Estonia will lose
@Probably but while doing that we give real chances to earn money if to bet against us because so far Greece to win odds were over 2, Finland to win odds were around 1.70 in homegame and over 2 on friday and Hungary win is also available @2.10 and i'm not even talking about these teams -1 AH's which had(and have) obviously greater odds so yeah hopefully our team is disappointing estonian fans once more
@Whoever wrote:On monday in Nations League:Estonia vs Hungary@Under 2 goals @1.90
Negatives of the game:
Smallest attendance i've ever seen in Estonia homegame(in the last 4 years)
Our defense is still awful.
We didn't lose
We scored individually same amount of goals vs Hungary what Finland and Greece managed to do together.
Hungary is s.h.i.t because they scored 3 against us but still didn't win.
Today in Esiliiga:
Levadia II - Kalju II
[b]Under 4 goals @2[/b]
Levadia hosts Kalju in the Esiliiga on thursday. Levadia youngsters who are currently third in the league have lost just 1 of the last 5 matches as they've won 2 in a row. Levadia youngsters have scored 2+ goals in each of the last 4 games but they conceded in those matches aswell ... At the same time Kalju youngsters who are still rockbottom in the league have won just 1 of the last 5 games as they've lost 2 games in a row to nil. Although are winless in 3 matches then their defense was quite decent during that time because in these 3 games they didn't conceded more than one goal per game. With under 4 you have to hope that for once teams don't score that much like they have done usually and/or in previous games so let's see. So far this season teams have met 3 times with both sides winning once. Also these h2h games saw 2, 2 and 3 goals in it. So i hope that both teams will make sure that we'll have another lowscoring match in wet conditions.
Also if anyone'd be intrested to watch how this bet works out(or fails miserably) then you can do it here(with estonian commentary):
I guess it seems that under 4 we have similar situation where in one week this works nicely and in the following week miserably and then repeats that way probably until the last week of the season
On sunday in Meistriliiga:
Kalju - Tammeka
Kalju -2 AH @1.81
Kalju is still unbeaten in the league but they've drawn last 2 games so it's about time for them to start winning unless they want to make title challenge way more intresting. They've also won 13 of the 15 home leaguegames so far this season and in 9 of them they won by 2+ goals. Tammeka meanwhile have won just 6 of the 17 awaygames with losing 9 incl most recent 4. Although they've lost nearly half awaygames then in just 4 they lost by 2 or more goals so they can defend obviously. I'd say that this season Kalju have struggled against Tammeka even more than against direct titlerivals because all 3 h2h games basically stayed under 2 goals and in each of these games Kalju scored their only goal between 75-90+ min so they probably find it difficult to break down Tammeka' organized defense once more.
Considering under 3.5 goals is below 1.70 i might easily regret not taking unders if for the 4th time this season these teams go to half time with goalless draw ... So let's see about that but i still believe in Kalju for once getting that (very) early goal which might help them to get comfortable win(by 2+ goals) for the first(and last) time this season against Tammeka.