Ireland-Luxembourg: Potential formations and on TV

Ireland-Luxembourg: Potential formations and on TV

The Ireland-Luxembourg match on Saturday, March 27 will be valid for the second day of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Both teams from Group A will play at 20.45 at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Although Group A already looks like a two-way match between Portugal and Serbia, although Kenny’s team is fresh from the defeat at home, Sebia is a clear favorite against a new Luxembourg

Ireland-Luxembourg: How do both teams present themselves?

The hosts, led by Stephen Kenny, came out of the defeat against Serbia in a very brave match. The goal is to get back to three points so as not to miss the qualifying train in Qatar. Although the battle for the top two spots will be more complicated as Serbia and Portugal have already booked, Ireland will not miss meetings with the Grand Duchy and Azerbaijan national teams. Although Luxembourg has been able to produce some surprising results over time, Luke Holts’ national team is considered the “mattress team” in Group A. Despite being one of the most likely winners, Fresh and Irish have not been able to prove their mettle since the defeat against Qatar. So be sure to underestimate the growing small teams

Where to watch the game

The second day of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers will take place on Saturday 27 March at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. The kickoff of the match between the two teams in Group A will be at 20.45. It is not clearly broadcast on Italian TV, but can be followed on streaming channels

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Ireland-Luxembourg: Possible forms

Iron (3-5-2): Travelers; Coleman, Clark, Ohia; Doherty, Hendrick, Cullen, Brown, Stevens; Long, Robinson.

Coach: Stephen Kenny

Luxembourg (4-3-1-2): Morris; Johns, Anderson, Mahmotovic, Pinto; O. Till, Pereira, Martins; In V.; Muratovic, Rodriguez.

Coach: Luke Holtz

Quote Sisal

Ireland is a favorite and has a 64% chance of winning at home. At the same time, there is a 13% chance of success from home in Luxembourg. There is a 23% chance of a tie.

End result 1 × 2: 1 (1.47); x (4.10); 2 (7.00)

Double chance: 1x (1.08); x2 (2.58); 12 (1.21)

Under / Over 2.5: Under (1.72); Over (2.00)

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