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IRE vs WAL Dream11 Match Prediction UEFA Nations League Dream11 prediction 11 October

By Jeet Ghosh

IRE vs WAL Dream11 Prediction: Ireland and Wales will face off against each other in Dublin on Sunday in a UEFA Nations League tie. Ireland suffered penalty heartbreak as their hopes of qualifying for the European Championships were ended in a loss to Slovakia. Their attention will now revert to the Nations League as they take on Wales but it will be a big challenge to overcome Thursday’s disappointment. The Welsh were on the end of a disappointing 3-0 loss to England in their midweek friendly but they are unbeaten in their last seven competitive matches and can claim at least a point from this trip to Dublin.

Date: 11 October, Sunday
Time: 6:30 pm IST
Match: Ireland vs Wales
Place: Aviva Stadium, Dublin

Form Guide:

Head-to-head (Last 5 Matches)

Ireland wins: 1
Wales wins: 2
Draws: 2

IRE vs WAL Dream11 Team Prediction

Ireland Team News
Ireland have begun a new phase in international football, with Stephen Kenny taking charge of the side for the first time last month. So far in three matches under the tutelage of their new head coach, they are yet to win even once, with the latest being a goalless stalemate against Russia. Ireland, on the other hand, have failed to win any of their last four games in all competitions, with their last win coming nearly a year ago.

Injury update, unavailability
The hosts will need to make do without skipper Seamus Coleman, who was forced out of the squad due to a hamstring injury. Darragh Lenihan is also out with an injury.

IRE Playing 11 & Subs (probable)
Randolph; Doherty, Duffy, Egan, Stevens; Browne, Hourihane; O’Dowda, Hendrick, Brady; Long

Subs (probable): Arter, McCarthy, Maguire

Wales Team News
Wales, on the other hand, have found stable footing under Ryan Giggs, who has slowly identified the core of his squad. The Dragons have made a solid start to their Nations League campaign as well, winning each of their two matches so far. However, Wales come into the game against Ireland on the back of a crushing 3-0 defeat at the hands of England this week.

Injury update, unavailability
Wales are without Gareth Bale as he is out with an injury while Aaron Ramsey has been forced to remain in Italy with Juventus.

WAL Playing 11 & Subs (probable)
Hennessey; C.Roberts, Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Levitt, Ampadu; Wilson, Brooks, James; T.Roberts

Subs (probable): Matondo, Moore, Robson-Kanu

IRE vs WAL Dream11 Prediction Today Football Match
Fantasy team

Let’s take a look at the dream 11 prediction for today’s football match

Goalkeeper: Randolph
Defenders: Stevens, Williams, Ampadu
Midfielders: Morrell, James, Smith, Williams
Forwards: O’Dowda, T.Roberts, Long

Captain Picks

Tyler Roberts: Roberts has played 263 minutes of football in 5 matches this season and has created 1 chance.

Shane Long: Long has played 3 matches this season and has created 2 chances this season. His conversion rate is 16.23%.

2 GL captain options

Daniel James: James has 114 minutes in 2 matches this season and has won 1 ariel duel and 1 tackle.

Joe Morrel: He has won 4 aerial duels and 7 tackles. He has 1 assist with 88% successful pass rate.

Who will win IRE vs WAL Today Match Prediction Football

This game is a tough one to call for sure. In the absence of their talisman Gareth Bale, their attack still lacks the much-needed bite, which is also true for hosts, Republic of Ireland. Neither side is particularly strong at the back either and this has all the makings of a close call. But at the end, we predict a 2-1 win for Wales in today match prediction.

Jeet Ghosh

Jeet Ghosh is a Football Journalist, living and working in Kolkata with years of experience. He is a Post Graduate in Journalism and Mass Communication from Jadavpur University. Jeet is a sports lover but has a special liking for football. He has worked as a football writer with The Citizen, Sportsflashes, Sportskeeda. He follows the football leagues around the world and is somewhat partial towards Real Madrid.