BiH Football Team seeks 10th Consecutive Victory with Match in Spain!

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH’s) football team will play a friendly match with Spain at 20:45 in Las Palmas today. This will be a chance for the Dragons to make the 10th consecutive match without defeat, which would be a record in the history of the state team.

The Dragons have nine match wins, with five consecutive wins and four draws (Bulgaria 1: 0, Senegal 0: 0, Montenegro 0: 0, South Korea 3: 1, Northern Ireland 2: 1, Austria 1: 0, Turkey 0: 0, Northern Ireland 2: 0, Austria 0: 0).

Safet Susic also managed to tie nine victories from August 2012 to August 2013, and at that time, there were eight victories scored namely against Vales, Liechtenstein, Latvia, Lithuania, Algeria, Slovenia, Greece and Latvia and Greece.

After the UEFA League match against Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina expects a friendly match with Spain on Sunday.

Robert Prosinecki. BiH team head coach, will not be able to count on Miralem Pjanic and Ognjen Vranjec for this friendly match.

Namely, Pjanic has problems with his leg, while Vranjes has an inflammation of the throat.

Spain coach Luis Enrique will make changes to his side when they play Bosnia-Herzegovina in Las Palmas (Canary Islands) on Sunday as he looks to find a way back into winning ways. Sergio Busquets, Isco, Sergio Ramos, Marco Asensio, the recalled Jordi Alba and David de Gea all disappointed in Zagreb, with goalkeeper De Gea doing little to dispel the doubts over him in the World Cup finals.
Ramos has had to withdraw from the squad with a groin injury and that absence coupled with that of Nacho Fernandez, who injured his knee before the Croatia game. Thus, Mario Hermoso is likely to start in defense, and Jony Otto and Gaya could also get their chances.

However, after a winning start as a coach, Enrique has a problem with key players below their best and he needs to find long-term replacements for Busquets and Ramos, as well as an in-form striker.

Although Sunday is a friendly match, it is important for Spain, with a win allowing Enrique to consider his solutions until March, while a third consecutive defeat would leave him with four months wondering how to get things right.


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