Wales have had a solid start to their Nations League campaign but can they make it three out of three on Sunday?
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When is Ireland v Wales?Ireland will host Wales at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday October 11, with the game to be played behind closed doors. The game is live on Sky Sports and will kick off at 2pm.
- Sunday, October 11, 2020 - 2.00pm: Ireland v Wales
When is Ireland v Wales?Many of the top bookmakers across the UK have got this one called pretty closely. Wales are just about favourites at 17/10 with Betsafe, with Ireland priced at 21/10 with Unibet.
The lack of experience in the Welsh side may edge it slightly in the favour of the home side, with the lack of quality really showing when the Welsh got into good positions against England.
That said, they were impressive in the first half and if they make it count could steal a win here.
The draw, which may prove a worthwhile bet can be backed at 2/1 with Betvictor.
Head-to-HeadThe last time the two sides met was also in the Nations League, where Wales came out victors in Dublin in a 1-0 win. They also won the reverse fixture 4-1 with Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey starring in that one.
Overall, Wales have had the upper hand in this fixture, winning seven times compared to Ireland’s six, with four draws.
Ireland last won back in 2017 in a World Cup qualifier, and over the last 10 years it’s been pretty even with two wins apiece and two draws, both of which were 0-0.
They’re often low scoring affairs, with Wales’ 4-1 win the only game to have more than one goal in the last five outings.
Our Ireland v Wales PredictionsWe can see another low scoring game in this one and it will likely be separated by just a goal.
That brings the winning margins markets into play, with a Wales win by exactly one goal our top pick at 16/5 with Paddy Power.
Ireland’s lack of attacking threat will certainly be a problem, with them having drawn 0-0 on Thursday and suffered a 1-0 defeat back in September alongside a 1-1 draw with Bulgaria.
Ryan Giggs has got his side playing some excellent football, and there were signs of that against England. They’ll play with much more confidence on Sunday evening, and a Wales 1-0 win looks a solid punt at 11/2 with BetVictor, while the win to nil is available at 31/10.