Football bet predictions for Denmark – Ireland

Denmark hosts the Republic of Ireland in the first match between the two barrage teams to participate in the 2018 World Cup in Europe. The meeting is tonight at 9:45 pm at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.

Denmark did what it was expected in this World Cup qualifying campaign, finishing second in its group behind the huge favorites from Poland, but managed Montenegro in the second-place battle by completing four points more to reach to this collision in the barrages. They missed the Euro 2016 after losing to Sweden in the playoffs, so Denmark will try to fix against Erie. The hosts are in good shape before this game. They are undefeated in their last nine games in all races, winning five times, including a stunning 4-0 victory against Poland in September. They failed to defeat Romania in their last qualifying match, but Red Dynamite players will undoubtedly be favorites to win home in the upcoming match. In their last nine matches at Parken, Denmark scored six wins as their only defeat was against Montenegro.

The guests were in a very heavy group in the qualifications with the national selections of Serbia, Wales and Austria. Eventually they won second place, finishing behind Serbia, so they definitely did a good job. In the last match, the Republic of Ireland was a guest of Wales and was lagging behind his rival in the standings, but with his 1: 0 win in Cardiff he won the second position. This success came as a result of James McClean, who has four goals in this qualifying campaign, all of which have been achieved in the last four qualifiers.

For Ireland it will be difficult in the first match away from home. On a foreign field they won four and lost three of their last 11 matches in all races, and it is much harder for them to keep a dry net as guests. They received a hit in ten of their last 13 trips, but they did not just mark one of these matches, so we expect hits in both doors in Copenhagen.

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Football bet predictions for Denmark – Ireland

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