Denmark v Republic of Ireland Betting Tip Under 2.5 goals – 7 June 2019

Low scoring game expected in Copenhagen

Euro Qualifiers Tips

DenmarkDenmark v Republic of IrelandIreland
Friday 7th June 1945hrs 
Football – International – Euro 2020 Qualification
Pick Under 2.5 goals
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Odds: 8/15 (odds taken 20.15 GMT, Thursday 6th June)

These two nations are well known to each other having been drawn in the same Nations League section last year, 12 months on from facing off in a playoff for the 2018 World Cup – Denmark have held the upper

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hand, will they get the better of Ireland again?

Denmark Preview – Will the Danes get their first win of the campaign?

Mick McCarthy is back for a second spell in charge of the Republic of Ireland – a full 16 years after his first stint. That was a successful period for Ireland, who reached the 2002 World Cup, and set a path for McCarthy to go into club management. He may not be a fashionable name but his methods and approach have proven effective and the Irish FA hope that it will again see them return to the finals of a major championship. Two wins from as many games in this qualification campaign have gotten them off to the best possible start, and although both have been by the narrowest of margins against limited opposition, they have been achieved in a typical McCarthy fashion – ugly but effective football built on a solid defensive shape.

With Denmark and Switzerland both in their section, though, they will likely have to perform better in order to fill one of the top two positions and qualify. That particularly applies to the attacking aspect of their game. The Republic have scored only two goals in their last six games and their lack of a prolific striker has been a concern for some time.

 

Denmark to win to nil
11/10

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Republic of Ireland Preview – Can Ireland finally get the better of Denmark?

Mick McCarthy is back for a second spell in charge of the Republic of Ireland – a full 16 years after his first stint. That was a successful period for Ireland, who reached the 2002 World Cup, and set a path for McCarthy to go into club management. He may not be a fashionable name but his methods and approach have proven effective and the Irish FA hope that it will again see them return to the finals of a major championship. Two wins from as many games in this qualification campaign have gotten them off to the best possible start, and although both have been by the narrowest of margins against limited opposition, they have been achieved in a typical McCarthy fashion – ugly but effective football built on a solid defensive shape.

With Denmark and Switzerland both in their section, though, they will likely have to perform better in order to fill one of the top two positions and qualify. That particularly applies to the attacking aspect of their game. The Republic have scored only two goals in their last six games and their lack of a prolific striker has been a concern for some time.

 

Key-Facts – Denmark v Republic of Ireland

  • Denmark and Republic of Ireland have met four times in the past couple of years – Ireland are yet to win any of them
  • Mick McCarthy has led his Irish squad to two straight wins since taking over for this campaign
  • Denmark’s last eight home games have all went under 2.5 goals, as have Ireland’s last seven games

 

Denmark v Republic of Ireland Betting Advice

With both teams well known to each other there are unlikely to be any surprises when Denmark face the Republic of Ireland on Friday. Their most recent meeting came as recently as November of last year when they played out a goalless draw. The Danes had already qualified top of that section but it mirrored the other meeting in that campaign which also finished 0-0. The Irish are, of course, now under a different head coach whose sole objective is to qualify this group of players for next summer’s Euros. Any positive result from this game would certainly help with that.

Although there was nothing to split the teams in the two meetings during the Nations League campaign, Denmark are most certainly in better overall form and have a better standard of player at their disposal. There will be no surprises from McCarthy’s Ireland, as they will look to keep the game tight and restrict the host’s opportunities. Denmark. I expect that the home team may prove too good in the end but the selection for this encounter is under 2.5 goals. Denmark’s last eight home games have all went under this line, as have Ireland’s last seven matches.


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