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Republic of Ireland vs Qatar prediction, odds, and free betting tips (12/10/2021)

Republic of Ireland get ready to host Qatar at the Aviva Stadium in this week after having just picked up the first victory in the World Cup 2022 qualification campaign. Ireland will already be starting preparations for the next major tournament after failing to qualify for the World Cup 2022.

Republic of Ireland vs Qatar – Free Betting Tips & Predictions

Republic of Ireland were able to celebrate a 3-0 win over Azerbaijan in style. This was the first win for Ireland in five games. Qatar remain winless in five matches following a 3-0 loss to Portugal in a friendly game.

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Republic of Ireland to win the game

Ireland produced a strong performance to overcome Azerbaijan in the recent match. Even qualifying to the World Cup 2022 is out of the equation, Ireland are expected to push on from this result. Qatar have been going through a lot of experimentation as they prepare for the first major appearance in world football. Recent games for Qatar have not progressed well due to this experimentation and the visitors may not get anything from the game.

Total goals over 2.5

Qatar have been conceding a lot of goals in recent matches. The lack of a stable squad set up might be one of the reasons. After having conceded at an average of over 1.5 goals in the recent eight games, Qatar are not in a great shape at the back.

Goals from both teams – yes

Qatar are once again going to experiment with the line-up. Ireland might have picked up a first clean sheet in four games, but the team has recently been mediocre when it comes to keeping the opposition away from goal.

Republic of Ireland vs Qatar: Match Preview and Team News

Republic of Ireland

Ireland are unlikely to give too much importance to the win over Azerbaijan, who are one of the strong teams in the qualification. However, Stephen Kenny will be quite relieved to see his team register only the second win since he took over. The upcoming game will be more of an opportunity for Kenny to try out new players and formations.

Qatar

Even though Qatar have already qualified to the World Cup 2022 as the host nation, the team has not been doing well in recent games. A string of five consecutive games in which no victories have been achieved is a huge blow.

Analysing the Stats for Republic of Ireland vs Qatar

Here are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.

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FAQs on Republic of Ireland vs Qatar game

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Where is the match going to take place? Aviva Stadium in Dublin

When will this match start? October 12, 2021 at 19:45 GMT

Who is the favourite team to win the game? Republic of Ireland