IRELAND v ENGLAND BETTING PREVIEW
Republic of Ireland will be using this friendly to warm up for next week’s pivotal Euro 2016 qualifier against Scotland. Martin O’Neill’s men are three points off Group D leaders Poland and held reigning World champions Germany last October. The Irish team men are unbeaten in their last four home games (W3 D1), scoring 14 goals and conceding just twice.
Maritn O'Neill is likely to play a whole host of fringe players with Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick expected to be given their chance to impress. Former favourite Stephen Ward is back in contention while Paul McShane continues to recover from a gash on his leg. In midfield, Aiden McGeady and Wes Hoolanhan could flank Glen Whelan and James McCarthy to form the midfield line of four while Jon Walters and Robbie Keane will lead the attack.
England have one foot in Euro 2016 after winning all five of their opening five qualifiers. They have scored 15 goals in five Group E fixtures so far and conceded a solitary goal at home to Slovenia. Roy Hodgson's men are unbeaten since their disappointing World Cup campaign last summer, winning seven and drawing one of their eight games.
England will be heading to Slovenia next week for their qualifying match and Hodgson will rotate his players. Fabian Delph missed Thursday’s England training session but he is expected to be fit. iverpool midfielder Adam Lallana was the only other absentee from training. The uncapped Jamie Vardy, Tom Heaton and Charlie Austin included in a squad but they are all unlikely to start. Harry Kane is not available as he prepares for the European Under-21 Championship in the Czech Republic while Tom Cleverley has been brought into the squad to replace the injured Ryan Mason.
The last four matches between these two have ended in stalemates. The two sides met in 2013 at Wembley when they drew 1-1 as Frank Lampard’s strike cancelled out Shane Long’s opener. England have won only one of their last 6 friendly matches played outside of England (D4 L1).
IRELAND v ENGLAND PROBABLE LINEUPSIreland (4-4-2): Given; Coleman, O'Shea, Wilson, Brady; Hoolahan, Whelan, McCarthy, McGeady; Keane, Walters
England (4-3-3): Hart; Clyne, Smalling, Cahill, Bertrand; Henderson, Delph, Wilshere; Walcott, Rooney, Sterling
IRELAND v ENGLAND BEST ODDS
|IRELAND|| 19.00 with||Bet £10, win £190.00|
|THE DRAW|| 3.40 with||Bet £10, win £34.00|
|ENGLAND|| 10.00 with||Bet £10, win £10.00|
IRELAND v ENGLAND PREDICTIONS
- England @ 10.00
- 1:2 Correct Score @ 10.00
- England to win by one @ 3.90
- Walcott anytime goalscorer @ 3.30
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