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Denmark vs Ireland Prediction, Preview and Bet

Denmark vs Ireland Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview

Denmark vs Ireland will be another great betting pick and a perfect opportunity to increase your betting ticket payouts. Even though betting odds are not as high as we would like, plenty of different games to play for this match, offered by major bookmakers, gives us many options.

Denmark are undefeated in their last nine matches. They are entering this match fully fit, well played and without any missing players. Very high on confidence and self-esteem, the team will head for the victory straight from the start. They will dominate in air and we expect to see them focusing mostly on long balls, free kicks and breaks.

On the other side, unlike Denmark, Ireland are entering this match significantly weakened for several key players missing which will most likely affect to their performances and maybe even to the final outcome of the match. They lost only one of their last eleven World Cup qualifying matches, but at the same time they won only three of their last nine matches. Considering all the facts, current form and recent performances, they will be mostly focused on defense, protecting their own goal and will try to use their dominancy in speed to outrun opposition defenders and try to score after a fast counterattacks.

Denmark vs Ireland Prediction and Bet

When it comes to their mutual encounters, two teams played only two times before and both times Ireland won. When it comes to this match, even though statistics may be on Ireland’s side, in this match Denmark are absolute favorites to win. Lots of action, excitements and many scoring chances are expected in this match and at the end, hopefully, there will be goals on both sides. Check out our other match previews and with our betting tips and predictions, try to earn some cash placing the right bets.

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Missing players

Denmark don't have missing players for this important game and first leg of World Cup Promotions. All players are ready for the match and they are highly motivated to win.

On the other side Ireland have several missing players for this game with Denmark. James McCarthy, Richard Keogh and Sean Maguire are injured and they can't play here. David Meyler is suspended and he is another one player who will not play on Saturday. Jeff Hendrick is not fully fit and he is doubtful for the match. All other players are fully fit and ready to play.

Possible starting lineups

Denmark: Schmeichel; Knudsen, Christensen, Kjaer, Ankersen; Kvist, Delaney; Sisto, Eriksen, Poulsen; Bendtner

Ireland: Randolph; Christie, Duffy, Clark, Ward; Brady, Hourihane, Whelan, Arter, McClean; Murphy

Denmark vs Ireland Prediction

We expect one tough football game and a first football fight for the positive score in the first leg. Denmark play in front of their fans against Ireland and they are eager to win this game. They will play very cautious but their main objective is to score at least one goal and to finish this game without conceding. On the other side Ireland like to play strong and aggressive football and their main objective will be fast counterattacks. Republic of Ireland have played with under 2.5 goals scored in the last seven games. They are undefeated in 10 of their last 11 matches, while the hosts are also in good run with seven undefeated matches. It will be an interesting game with lots of midfield duels and fouls, and also with lots of yellows.

However our prediction and betting tips for the match Denmark vs Ireland Prediction: Denmark to win. We expect a tough game without lots of scoring chances and our second betting pick for the match is Denmark to win with nil. Maybe correct score will be 1-0. Have a nice betting day and good luck in earning money with our football prediction and betting tips.

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