Tip Ireland - Denmark
Ireland started with a loss to Wales out in Cardiff and here they are on the first of two home games, against Denmark and Wales, which hold a very key importance for them. Martin O’Neill and Roy Keane at the helm of the team have not enjoyed a very good 12 months and scrutiny may increase on them with unfavorable results here. Ireland have been on a downward trend lately and facing a team that did fairly well at the World Cup will test them to the limit. Ireland have one win, and four losses in their last six matches and no clean sheet in the process. They drew with Denmark in the World Cup qualifiers back in November 2017 and that is their only clean sheet in their last seven games, and one of four in their last 16 matches. They have also secured just four wins in the last 16 matches. In their last competitive home game they fell 1 – 5 to Denmark in a 2018 World Cup qualifier but they have lost just four of the last 17 matches at home in all competitions, winning eight in the process. They haven’t scored in two of their last seven home matches while they have just one clean sheet in the seven. Denmark’s 2 – 0 win over Wales was their fourth in the last 10 matches across all competitions. They have just one loss in the process and seven clean sheets. They have won half of their last 10 away matches and lost just two. Their 5 – 1 win over Ireland in the last meeting between the two ended a five game winless run against Ireland and they will be keen on repeating that feat to equal their number of wins, as Ireland have five wins and Denmark four in the two nations’ 15 meetings in history. Ireland have kept four clean sheets in the last six meetings with Denmark.
Key points Ireland - Denmark
Denmark have seven clean sheets in their last 10 matches.
Ireland have four wins in the last 16 matches
Denmark have four wins in 10 matches.
Conclusion Ireland - Denmark
Ireland have all to play for in this game, as they look to set themselves ready for the game against Wales which comes right afterwards and they have a mission too after losing 1 – 5 to Denmark in their last meeting. They may not have done as well as Denmark in the last few matches but the quality is there and definitely they will want to push for a win at home. They have done fairly well against Denmark and being at home, we expect them to give extra, thus we are backing a draw in this clash.
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Ireland Denmark Prediction published on October 11, 2018