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World Cup Qualification (Europe) - Group D


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I've got two 14/1 bets:

Wales & ROI to score 2 or more goals, 9+ corners in each match and 30+ booking points in each match

Goal in each half and 4 corners in each half in each of Wales and ROI games.

Few other bets on the Ireland game as think it'll be more entertaining than Wales vs Moldova. Wales should be thrashing them.

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Wales make it 2-0 in the final seconds.

Ireland are fucking terrible. Taking potshots from 25-30 yards in these last few minutes when trying for a goal; everyone trying to be a hero. All it needs is to keep pumping it in ot the box against a side with a man down. Shocking performance. 

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38 minutes ago, Stan said:

Wales make it 2-0 in the final seconds.

Ireland are fucking terrible. Taking potshots from 25-30 yards in these last few minutes when trying for a goal; everyone trying to be a hero. All it needs is to keep pumping it in ot the box against a side with a man down. Shocking performance. 

They've been this bad since 2014. They were outrageously lucky to get the Euros.

We played them off the park twice in Euros qualifying and they only drew one of those 2 matches thanks to us being our typical chokey selves and them getting an offside goal - and we were a lot worse then even than we are now.

O'Neill was a good manager in his day but he's an absolute dinosaur. Ireland have plenty of talent but they play some of the worst stuff in international football.

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@Bluebird Hewitt is slitting himself right now

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/41483358

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Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has been ruled out of Wales' crucial World Cup qualifiers against Georgia and the Republic of Ireland with a calf strain.

Real manager Zinedine Zidane had played down concerns about Bale's fitness, saying he rested him for Sunday's win over Espanyol as a precaution.

Bale joined the Wales squad on Monday and, despite sitting out training, it had been hoped he would be fit.

But the 28-year-old's injury means he will not travel to Georgia.

Barnsley striker Tom Bradshaw has been called up to Wales the squad in his place.

Bale's absence in Tbilisi on Friday and in Cardiff for the visit of the Republic of Ireland three days later is a huge blow to Welsh hopes of qualifying for a first World Cup since 1958.

Wales are second in Group D, trailing leaders Serbia by four points with two matches remaining.

Second place could be enough to earn Chris Coleman's team a place in the play-offs, which will see eight of the nine runners-up in qualifying groups play for four remaining places in Russia 2018.

In order to secure a play-off place, Wales would realistically need at least four points from the games against Georgia and the Republic of Ireland.

Their chances of doing so will be harmed by the injury to Bale, who has scored four goals so far in this campaign. Wales have failed to win a match without the Real Madrid forward since 2013, drawing three and losing three matches in his absence.

The former Tottenham player has also been in fine form for Real, scoring a brilliant goal in last week's 3-1 Champions League win over Borussia Dortmund before being forced off with the muscular problem which has sidelined him for this month's qualifiers.

Bale was in Cardiff on Monday to receive his players' player of the year award at the Football Association of Wales' annual ceremony.

 

 

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Friday 6th October
Georgia vs Wales
Austria vs Serbia
Republic of Ireland vs Moldova

Monday 9th October
Moldova vs Austria
Serbia vs Georgia
Wales vs Republic of Ireland

Unlikely that Wales will finish top now so they just have to cling on to 2nd spot. If Wales did qualify in 2nd, they need to also hope other results go their way as they've not done enough at the moment to qualify as a best 2nd-placed team. 

That game on Monday vs Ireland will be huge. 

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3 hours ago, Bluebird Hewitt said:

Well fuck. Of all the times to get an injury. ¬¬

We should still have enough to beat Georgia, but Ireland has just got that bit harder now. Ramsey will need to be the main man now.

Now of you excuse me, I'm off to slit myself.

bet Kingy scores the winner against Ireland to send you through.

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7 hours ago, Bluebird Hewitt said:

So Lawrence scores to give us a 1-0 win at Georgia. I expect Ireland to beat Moldova so........

 

@Danny you muggy cunt. Ready to get piss whipped on Monday? :D

Haha do one you sheep shagger, boys in green to run out with a 2-1 win

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