San Marino – Northern Ireland Free Betting Tips
San Marino and Northern Ireland mediate forces at the Stadio Olimpico di Serravalle, in a meeting for the Euro Cup Qualifier (Qualifying Qualifying Round). There is no recent record of direct clashes between the two teams, who have not played a match in the last 3 years. The last time they met was on 01-09-2017, in a match that ended with the final result: San Marino (0-3) Northern Ireland. In this match the home factor could play a decisive role, as Northern Ireland has shown differences in performance in their home and away games.
The home team makes its debut in this edition of the European Qualifiers with the intention of getting a positive result, taking advantage of the home factor. This is a team that maintains its performance when playing away from its stadium, as in the last 30 games it records 2 draws and 13 defeats as a visitor; against 2 draws and 13 defeats in its stadium. In the last game it played, for the national team friendly, it lost with St. Lucia away by (1-0). In the last 10 home games San Marino records 1 draw and 9 defeats. The team has allowed goals to its opponent in 9 of the last 10 games, so its defense needs to improve, and its offense needs to improve, as it has failed to score in 8 of the last 10 games. The team has had problems scoring first. In fact, it hasn’t managed to score the first goal in any of the last 15 games. In 15 games, it has never managed to turn the score around in the 14 games in which it has conceded the first goal.
The San Marino team comes into this match after a loss, 1-0, in a friendly against St. Lucia. The home team usually plays in a 4-3-3 tactical system, favoring fast transitions, mainly through the wings. In this design, the three men responsible for causing panic in the opposing defense are Danilo Rinaldi, Matteo Vitaioli, and Adolfo Hirsch: the first player is very powerful and competent when it comes to finishing. All players are available for this game.
The visiting team makes its debut in this edition of the Euro Qualifiers with the intention to get a positive result and surprise the home team. This is a team that has been curiously stronger away than at home, as in the last 30 games it records 4 wins, 3 draws and 8 losses as a visitor; against 2 wins, 7 draws and 6 losses in its stadium. In the last game it played, for the UEFA Nations League, it lost with Greece away (3-1). In the last 10 visiting games Northern Ireland has won 4, drawn 1, and lost 5. The team has allowed goals to opponents in 7 of the last 10 games, so there are defensive processes that need to be improved. In 15 games, it has only managed 1 comeback in the 7 games in which it conceded the first goal.
Northern Ireland comes into this match after a defeat, 3-1, on the trip to Greece’s field, worth for Nations League C: the team’s only goal was signed by Shayne Lavery. The visiting team usually plays in a 5-3-2 tactical system, favoring faster transitions, mainly through the wings. In this design, the two men responsible for causing panic in the opposing defense are Josh Magennis and Shayne Lavery. All players are available for this game.
OVER 2.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00
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