Goalkeepers: Asmir Begovic (Stoke City), Asmir Avdukic (Borac Banja Luka), Jasmin Fejzic (VFR Aalen).
Defenders: Emir Spahic (Bayer Leverkusen), Toni Sunjic (Zorya Lugansk), Sead Kolasinac (Schalke), Ognjen Vranjes (Elazigspor), Ermin Bicakcic (Eintracht Braunschweig), Muhamed Besic (Ferencvaros), Mensur Mujdza (Freiburg).
Midfielders: Miralem Pjanic (Roma), Izet Hajrovic (Galatasaray), Haris Medunjanin (Gaziantepspor), Senad Lulic (Lazio), Anel Hadzic (Sturm), Tino Susic, Avdija Vrsaljevic (both Hajduk), Sejad Salihovic (Hoffenheim), Zvjezdan Misimovic (Guizhour Renhe), Senijad Ibricic (Erciyesspor),
Strikers: Vedad Ibisevic (VfB Stuttgart), Edin Dzeko (Manchester City), Edin Visca (Istanbul BB).
June 15 v Argentina (Rio de Janeiro)
June 21 v Nigeria (Cuiaba)
June 25 v Iran (Salvador)
The combination of Edin Dzeko and Vedad Ibisevic form a formidable attacking partnership. Roma’s Miralem Pjanic provides creativity from midfield and Asmir Begovic is solid in goal. Boss Safet Susic will not overcomplicate tactics, he will hope to carry on the momentum from qualifying and just let his team play with clear heads.
Despite a few quality players, the squad lacks depth and they have no plan B. They are the only debutants this year so they lack World Cup experience.
Edin Dzeko. The Manchester City striker scored a third of Bosnia & Herzegovina’s goals in qualifying and hit some superb form near the near of the season for his club.
They could sneak through to the last 16, but could fall just short. Their second game against Nigeria could decide their fate.
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