This is the game which everyone is expecting with great pleasure and everyone is so impatient to see it. Today we chose for you one interesting game from World Cup Qualification UEFA Group D. Ireland will meet in amazing game Wales. The meeting will be held on Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
Republic of Ireland enjoyed a fantastic run in Euro 2016 last summer. They followed their European Championship exit with a 4-0 win against Oman, as international legend Robbie Keane retired. Wales, also enjoyed an excellent summer in France. They are topping their group ahead of rivals England. They followed with an amazing 3-1 win against Belgium to reach the semi-finals, only to be beaten by Portugal. Republic of Ireland have won three games and draws three of their last six meetings with Wales. And have not lost to them since 1992.
The visitors may have the star quality advantage with Gareth Bale. But at the moment Republic of Ireland are in a bad shape. Wales have lost three games and draw one of their last four on the away games as well and have failed to score in three of them. Seamus Coleman will continue to be a captain of Republic of Ireland. Shane Long, Kevin Doyle and Jon Walters could start today. Defenders Andy Boyle and John Egan and midfielders Daryl Horgan and Conor Hourihane hope to make their debuts. Ashley Williams captains the team and star man Gareth Bale is included in the squad as well. Joe Walsh also hoping to make his debut. Our prediction for this game is both teams to score. The odds look pretty good and that is why we will take it.
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