Georgia v Republic of Ireland Tips & Betting Preview

Denmark, ireland and Switzerland are locked in a titanic struggle to secure Euro 2020 qualification in Group D, and together with the latter two playing each other on Saturday, Mick McCarthy will know their trip Georgia is to preserve their top-of-the-table standing.
Theyre still unbeaten while its safe to say Ireland arent the very free-flowing aspect on the planet, and contemplating their chronic absence of goals, 11 points from 15 matches is a remarkable yield.
Georgia, who have scored just two objects fewer than Ireland sit seven points behind, held Denmark into a goalless draw in their final home game — and theyll not dread Ireland after their competitively-fought 1-0 defeat in Dublin back in March.
This deficiency of targets amongst both sides is the reason I am backing the rating. David McGoldricks lack front is a major blow for Mick, who is likely to plump for Brightons Aaron Connolly following his brace against Spurs. Connolly is an exciting player, however, McGoldricks experience will be sorely missed. It might be a snoozefest.
Im going to throw in a draw and under 2.5 goals. The last five qualifiers of ireland have observed under three aims, and I just sense that this will be a really tough game for the visitors. Having a tiny beating in Copenhagen, Georgia have looked streamlined and well-organised throughout qualifying, and I only feel Ireland–who have several other absentees, such as the suspended Enda Stevens–will end up frustrated because of a lack of firepower.
There is a low-scoring draw the most probable outcome in my eyes, although A success would be enormous for Ireland.

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