Football Ticket: Ireland vs Luxembourg Live Football Streaming: World Cup Qualification Live Stream, TV Channel, Preview, How To Watch Online Match
Series: World Cup Qualifications 2021
Match: Ireland vs Luxembourg
Date: Saturday, 27 March 2021
Venue: Aviva Stadium.
Time: 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET/ 00:45 PST
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The Red Lions and Azerbaijan are the minnows of Group A, while the other three have a shot at qualifying. However, of the three favorites, Serbia and Portugal are miles ahead of Jack’s Army, and this puts Stephen Kenny’s men under pressure.
They have already begun their campaign with a loss, while both Serbia and Portugal have posted wins.
Something needs to be done soon, or else Jack’s Army could kiss their hopes of playing in the world cup, goodbye.
Fortunately, they have a good opportunity coming up. They are pitted against possibly the worst team in the group, while the top-two squads are taking on each other.
One of the two will be dropping points, and Kenny’s men could get back in the race with a victory this weekend.
They have been performing comparatively well at home lately, while Luc Holtz’s men have been on a dismal run for the past several years. And on the road they have been a total failure in the period.
In addition, they also have a worrying h2h record against this foe over the years, and have conceded in plenty in the process too.
Likely, expect Ireland to emerge victorious this Saturday at the Aviva Stadium.
HEAD TO HEAD:
- Jack’s Army have a 100% winning record since 1950.
- They have scored two or more goals in all but one meeting so far.
- They have kept clean sheets in all but one encounter till now.
- The combined scorecard for the last two clashes at their home is 6-1, in their favor.
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Kenny’s men lost 3-2 on the road the last match-day, against Serbia. Despite the defeat, they did trouble group favorites Serbia throughout the ninety minutes.
Going on, they have lost just once at home since 2018, and the last they conceded more than one goal at home was back in 2017, against Denmark.
On the other hand, their counterparts were winless in 16 of their preceding 19 overall matches, and they had also lost 12 of their past 16 fixtures. Moreover, they have won just four times on the road in the past five-year period.
Finally, and most importantly, Jack’s Army have a phenomenal h2h record against this foe over the years.
Taking these observations into account, expect Republic of Ireland to deliver a superb winning performance this weekend, and count on them to score in plenty too.
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