These two sides cannot escape each other. This will be the first meeting between Wales and the Republic of Ireland since their winner-takes-all World Cup Qualifying clash at the Cardiff City Stadium last year – which Ireland won 1-0.
Wales will be out for revenge here, though don’t expect too many fireworks on the pitch. Five of the last seven encounters between these two sides have been settled by a single goal, and I’m predicting a similarly cagey affair this time around. I’m backing the total number of goals scored to between 0-1.
If you’re in the mood for something a little more specific, perhaps consider backing a 0-0 draw. Just one goal has been scored in the last three matches between these sides, and having a flutter on a goalless draw would pay out nicely.