Croatia v Nigeria Betting Tips, Odds & Preview
Entertaining Start in Prospect for Croatia and Nigeria
17 June 2018, 5am AEST
Croatia head to the World Cup with one of the strongest midfields in the tournament. While things are rosy on the pitch, the Croatia fans are unhappy with the country’s FA and aren’t enamoured with manager, Zlatko Dalic. In contrast, Nigeria are a side pulling in the same direction with John Obi Mikel proving an excellent captain. Nigeria may lack the sheer quality of Croatia but they have enough to suggest a 2-2 draw is very possible in Kaliningrad.
Head to Head
Croatia and Nigeria have never played against each other before. They’ve schedule friendlies against opponents from West Africa and Europe respectively though to best prepare for their opening World Cup game.
Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad
TV – Optus Sport
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