Bet Of The Day November 14

Andrew Hendrie:
Bet Of The Day November 14

The World Cup qualifying match between Luxembourg and Republic of Ireland features as Bettingpro.com.au’s best bet for Sunday November 14.

Bet Of The Day November 14 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

We’re heading to the European World Cup qualifiers for today’s best bet as Republic of Ireland look to end their campaign on a high when they travel to Luxembourg.

Both nations are out of contention for a playoff spot, but they will be keen on finishing third to give themselves a bit of a springboard into the next tournament.

Ireland haven’t been their best for a while now, but they do have a superb record in away World Cup qualifying matches, losing just four of their last 30 matches.

Having lost just one of their last eight games overall, Ireland are proving extremely hard to beat at the moment – as 2016 European champions Portugal found out mid-week in a 0-0 draw.

If Ireland can produce the same kind of performance in this encounter, then they will surely have chances to win.

Ireland also have a dominant record over Luxembourg, despite suffering a shock loss to them earlier in the group at home.

Indeed, Ireland have won five of the six meetings between the nations by a combined scoreline of 14-3.

Luxembourg have lost two of their last three matches and six of their last nine going further back, while they have failed to score in four of their last five defeats.

Overall, Ireland are great odds to come out on top and as mentioned, if they can repeat their showing against Portugal here, they will give themselves every possible chance.

Key Points

  • Ireland are unbeaten in their last five games
  • Ireland have won two of their last three games
  • Ireland have lost just four of their last 30 away WCQ matches
  • Ireland have won five of the six meetings between the teams
  • Luxembourg have lost two of their last three matches
  • Luxembourg have lost six of their last nine matches
  • Luxembourg lost 5-0 to Portugal
  • Ireland drew 0-0 with Portugal

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