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Ireland vs Latvia Live Stream, Predictions
Wednesday’s International Friendlies fixture list features Ireland against Latvia.
Full predictions, pre-match stats and user poll for Ireland v Latvia are shown on this page (including the best match odds).
📏 Form Guide
Ireland are hoping to win again following the 0-1 International Friendlies success versus Malta.
The only name on the scoresheet from Ireland was Callum Robinson (55').
Ireland haven’t had any problems with scoring, hitting the target every time they’ve gone out to play in their last 6 games.
They have hit an aggregate of 10 during that period and have conceded a total of 7.
In the game prior to this, Latvia drew 1-1 in the Nations League match with Andorra.
In that game, Latvia had 56% possession and 11 shots at goal with 4 on target. The only player to score for Latvia was Vladislavs Gutkovskis (50'). At the other end, Andorra got 18 shots on goal with 4 on target. Albert Rosas (88') was the scorer for Andorra.
In their previous half-dozen outings, Latvia have helped themselves to the sum of 12 goals. Latvia have also not failed to score in every single one of those games. During that period, their defenders have seen 5 goals go into their own net. Nonetheless, it remains to be seen whether that pattern will be replicated in this upcoming match.
Ireland can and should convert a lot of goal-scoring opportunities.
At the other end, Latvia are also probably going to find it difficult to make a breakthrough but we do fancy them being dangerous at times.
Our tip is for a fairly comfortable 3-1 victory for Ireland at the conclusion of the game.
Our expert partners are tipping over 1.5 goals for this match. Check out their VIP predictions here.
Victor Martins, 11:27 19/03/2023
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⚽️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Aviva Stadium (51,700)
Captain: Séamus Coleman
Chairman: Gerry McAnaney
Manager: Stephen Kenny
Competitions: International Friendlies (Friendlies), Euro - Qualifiers (Group B)