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Spain Vs Costa Rica Betting
In previous tournaments, Costa Rica have defied the odds and put in some decent performances. However, nobody will be expecting them to make it out of the group stage for the World Cup this year with Germany and Spain in the group, we can expect those two teams to dominate and progress to the knockout rounds. Spain can take a large step in the right direction by getting off to a good start against Costa Rica. How will Spain start their 2022 World Cup campaign? Find our predictions below.
Spain Vs Costa Rica Match Details
Date: Wednesday 23rd November 2022
Stadium: Al Thumama Stadium
Last 6 Form Spain: 3 Wins, 2 Draws, 1 Loss
Last 6 Form Costa Rica: 4 Wins, 1 Draw, 1 Loss
Spain Vs Costa Rica Betting Tips
After an exceptional performance at Euro 2020, which unfortunately ended on penalties at the hands of eventual winners Italy, Spain should be expecting another great performance at the 2022 World Cup. Their opposition in the group stage of the comeptiton is Japan, Germany and their first opponent Costa Rica, Costa Rica is the team they’ll be expecting to beat but they are much tougher opposition than many give them credit for. We think they’ll keep things quiet for the majority of the game and hold out on a defensive standpoint but over the course of the game, Spain will have too much and eventually break them down.
Spain vs Costa Rica Best Betting Odds
Spain should win this game fairly comfortably but the question that remains is whether or not Costa Rica will be able to hit them on the break. We believe that Spain will likely look to keep the score tight and secure a victory by being equally as strong in defence as they are in attack, especially after the recent collapse against England, so we’re backing a clean sheet and Spain win here as the best betting odds.
Spain Vs Costa Rica Head to Head
Costa Rica and Spain have faced off four times in their history with Spain winning twice and the two teams drawing twice. However, they have never faced off in a tournament before with all four matches happening in an amateur format, with two games in the 1960’s and two games in the 2000’s.