The next interesting game that we liked and choose to predict is going to be again from UEFA Nations League between Ireland and Wales. Both sides will take a place in Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland. Actually, the main referee who was assigned to the event is called Bjorn Kuipers, Netherlands.
Ireland drew a point last Saturday in a 0:0 draw with Denmark. This kept The Boys in Green continue to the possibility of the first place in Group 4 of the second division. Above all, the team of Martin O'Neill shone with their defensive performance. Wales, for their part, played against Spain last Thursday in as a friendly game. The kites conceded a 1:4 defeat, where they are already behind with 0:3 after only 30 minutes.
For Ireland, 2018 was a quiet year. After the FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Russia, the Irish have only played a few test matches. They duelled against Turkey, France, the USA and Poland, with the Irish winning only the game against the USA in June. It is certainly striking that less than 2.5 goals have been scored in the last ten games of Ireland in 70 per cent of cases. The start of the UEFA Nations League was a great success for Wales. Against Ireland, the dragons led after six minutes. Superstar Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey doubled before the break and decided the match.
Gareth Bale will not be available to Wales on Tuesday. In the last direct duel, there were five hits - more than in the last four months before. Ireland recently scored one point against Denmark and is still in the race.
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