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Two sides who are on the edge of the Asian World Cup qualifying playoff picture meet in a crucial clash as China host Oman. Oman are clinging onto third place and the final qualification playoff spot by virtue of goals scored. China find themselves in 5th, three points behind their opponents. A defeat for the Chinese will make qualifying very difficult.
- Odds: 8/5 (2.60)
- Both teams to score
- Odds: 4/5 (1.80)
- Over 2.5 goals
- Odds: 5/4 (2.25)
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It’s hard to have faith in either of these teams as their records are patchy at best. Oman head into this game with the slightly better form and it’s them who we will side with here. Oman have won three of their last five and have beaten China in two of the last three meetings between the sides.
Both teams to score
This is a slightly tricky one to call as both sides have both seen both teams score in three of their last five respective matches. In a game which both teams won’t want to lose this could be one of those games that is cagey and where the goals won’t flow. We are backing both teams not to score here.
Over 2.5 goals
When it comes to betting the over or under 2.5 market it’s a tricky market to gauge. China have seen the over 2.5 goal barrier exceeded in four of their last five contests. But Oman in only three of their last five. To err on the side of caution in case this one is cagey we will be playing the under on this occasion.
The Best Match Odds for China vs Oman
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the venue for this fixture?
The match will be played in a neutral location and will be played at the Sharjah stadium in the UAE.
What is the Head to Head?
It’s very competitive with China winning three of the last five and Oman the other two.
What is the kick-off time for China vs Oman
The match will start at 15:00 GMT on 11th November 2021.