Iceland and Croatia are the best teams in Group I so far and that is confirmed by the table as well. They will face each other Sunday evening from 19:45, UK Time.
Iceland did a good job at EURO 2016, reaching the quarter finals. Now they are on the same run, with ten points won this campaign. The hosts are finding themselves on the second position in Group I, hoping to qualify at World Cup 2018. Their strongest point remains the defense and we consider that Icelanders would be happy with a draw in a clash like this one. Their only defeat in Group I came against Croatia, 0-2 in the reverse fixture.
Croatia seems to have no problems in a group like this one. They are superior than any other team in Group I, with players like Modric, Mandzukic, Rakitic or Kovacic ''bossing'' the field. The visitors have conceded only one goal in the first five games, in a 1-1 friendly game. They faced Iceland five times before, recording four victories and a goalless draw back in 2013.