Free tips UEFA Nations League 2018 Bets: Ireland v Wales Betting Predictions (7.45pm, Tuesday)
Low-scoring draw looking likely between Republic of Ireland and Wales
The Republic of Ireland and Wales meet at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday night in UFA Nations League B Group 4 action. Here’s the lowdown along with our main Republic of Ireland v Wales betting predictions and other tips…
Ireland v Wales Betting Predictions
Match Result & Total Goals – Draw & Under 2.5 @ 23/10 with Betway
It’s nothing less than a must-win game for the Irish if they are to have any hope of securing top spot in the group and a victory would do Welsh hopes a power of good following their 2-0 defeat in Denmark, particularly since the Danes were held to a goalless draw at the Aviva Stadium themselves on Saturday.
The big problem for Wales is that Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are both unavailable and with the Irish lacking any real firepower, goals could be in short supply in this game.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) October 15, 2018
Ireland v Wales Betting Odds
The draw looks the selection to be backing as things stand, but there could be some additional value in looking at the ‘Match Result & Total Goals’, with ‘Draw & Under 2.5 Goals’ on offer at 23/10 with Betway.
New Customers can get Rep of Ireland at an enhanced 40/1 to beat Wales. Max Stake £1. Winnings paid in free bets, valid for 7 days, only deposits with cards/Paypal count. Exchange and multiple bets excluded. T&C’s Apply. 18+|Gamble Aware.
Other Ireland v Wales Betting Predictions
In Correct Score betting, the 0-0 does have some appeal at 6/1 with BetStars, who also go 11/2 on 1-1. A safer alternative to betting on the 0-0 is to back the No Goalscorer in the First Goalscorer betting market at 6/1 with BetFred, as that covers you in the admittedly unlikely event of the only goal(s) being an own goal.
Another option to consider is the Half-time/ Full-time betting, with ‘Draw/ Draw’ being available at 16/5 over at 888sport.
— ITV Wales News (@ITVWales) October 15, 2018
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