Ireland v Denmark Betting Preview | 14th November
In our Ireland v Denmark betting preview we look at team news, potential line-ups, stats & facts, head to head, popular bets and more for Tuesday’s World Cup Qualification Play-Off Second Leg.
Ireland v Denmark Betting Preview
Venue: Aviva Stadium
Watch: Sky Sports
Saturday’s 0-0 draw was tense affair. Ireland were defensively solid as expected, and were able to come away with a result despite being under the cosh for the most-part. Expect them to keep things tight again this Tuesday. Martin O’Neil’s side have no new concerns, despite ten players going into Saturday’s first-leg a booking away from suspension.
Despite not travelling to Ireland with an advantage, Denmark will be pleased with the fact they did not concede an away goal. They are quite comfortable on the road too, they won each of their previous three away qualifiers.
This should be another tense affair, where both sides are keen not to lose. It may take a moment of individual brilliance to separate the sides; if not, we could be destined to go all the way.
Ireland are without James McCarthy, Richard Keogh and Seamus Coleman through injury
Potential Ireland Starting XI:
Randolph; Christie, Duffy, Clark, Ward; Meyler, Arter; Brady, Hendrick, McClean; Murphy
Potential Denmark Starting XI:
Schmeichel; Ankersen, Kjaer, Bjelland, Larsen; Kvist, Delaney; Eriksen; Poulsen, Bendtner, Sisto
Stats & Facts
- Each of Ireland’s five home qualifiers saw Under 2.5 goals.
Head To Head
- Ireland are unbeaten in three meetings with Denmark.
Ireland 11/5, Draw 19/10, Denmark 15/8
- Under 1.5 goals @ 5/4
- Ireland to Qualify @ 75