Ireland welcome the visitors Georgia in the Euro Qualification – Round 2. The match will be held on Tuesday, March, 26th, at the Aviva Stadium (Dublin).
In the first Euro 2020 qualifier, Ireland featured a workmanlike win over Gibraltar away. Indeed, they were superior throughout the match and could, actually, have netted more, but they might have missed either. They allowed the frugal opponents to make eight shots on target. The Ireland outfit are staffed with players competing in English clubs. Mostly, they come from the Championship, but there are Premiere League performers either: Long and Brady fight for Burnley, Arter for Cardiff City, Doherty for Wolverhampton Wanderers, and the team’s captain Coleman plays for Everton. Not the top clubs, but English ones, which is worth a lot.
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Georgia conceded to Switzerland in their first qualifier held at home. They managed to withhold the opponents in the first half-time. After the break, the visitors then found out how to convert the fashioned the opportunities, and did so twice, keeping their goal locked at that. The Georgian team do not boast such performers as the homeside do. The guests are also staffed with foreign players, but they compete in humble clubs in Poland, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Austria, and even Cyprus. We may single out only Khocholava from Shakhtar Donetsk, Kvirkvelia from Lokomotiv Moscow, and the goalkeeper Makaridze from the Portuguese Vitoria Setubal.
As we see, the class difference favors the hosts. Same as the players’ expertise. Though not often, the Irelanders qualified to World Cups, they progressed to the World Cup 1990 quarter-final held in Italy; also, they competed in the European Championships, both in 2012 and in the last one held in France wherein they advanced to 1/8 finals. The Georgians do not hold this record, and they will hardly do soon – rather skilled performers do not present anything when they play as a team and draw against Belarus, Moldova, Andorra, and concede to Luxemburg. Georgia will probably lose in Dublin. The Tuesday opponents met five times. In the last encounter, Georgia succeeded to take their first point in the clashes with Irelanders, but the match was held on their soil. Before, they registered four losses. The fifth one is in the air.
Prediction for the match: Ireland to win home.