Wales

form

All
WAL 1 - 0 CZE
W
WAL 1 - 0 MEX
W
BEL 3 - 1 WAL
L
WAL 3 - 1 FIN
W
WAL 1 - 0 IRL
W
WAL 0 - 0 USA
D
BUL 0 - 1 WAL
W
IRL 0 - 0 WAL
D
ENG 3 - 0 WAL
L
FIN 0 - 1 WAL
W
Republic of Ireland

form

All
QAT 1 - 1 IRL
D
IRL 0 - 1 LUX
L
SRB 3 - 2 IRL
L
IRL 0 - 0 BUL
D
WAL 1 - 0 IRL
L
ENG 3 - 0 IRL
L
FIN 1 - 0 IRL
L
IRL 0 - 0 WAL
D
IRL 0 - 1 FIN
L
Head to Head
15 Matches (5 Draws)
4 Total wins 6
2 Home wins 4
2 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
3 Wins
1 Draw
1 Wins
WAL 1 - 0 IRL
IRL 0 - 0 WAL
IRL 0 - 1 WAL
WAL 4 - 1 IRL
WAL 0 - 1 IRL
6 Goals Scored 2
Games Over 2.5 Goals 1 / 5
Both Teams Scored 1 / 5
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. This will be the 19th meeting between Wales and the Republic of Ireland, with Wales slightly edging the matchup with seven wins to six, with a further five draws.
  2. The most recent meeting between these sides came in the UEFA Nations League last month, with the game ending goalless. It was the fourth time this fixture has ended goalless, and the third time since 2013.
  3. Wales won their most recent home game against the Republic of Ireland (4-1 in September 2018) – a win here would say them claim back-to-back home wins against The Boys in Green for the first time.
  4. Republic of Ireland are winless in seven matches (D4 L3), their worst run since another seven-game stretch ending in May 2008. They last went eight or more games without victory between November 1995 and June 1996 (nine games).
  5. Republic of Ireland have scored just one goal in six games under Stephen Kenny, failing to score in any of their last five matches. Should they fail to score against Wales, they will go six games without finding the back of the net for the first time.
  6. Wales have kept a clean sheet in seven of their last eight matches, conceding three goals in the other game against England in October. Their previous seven clean sheets were spread across 21 matches.
  7. As well as scoring the only goal his side have notched under Stephen Kenny (vs Bulgaria in September), centre-back Shane Duffy has also attempted the most shots of any Republic of Ireland player since Kenny’s first match in charge (nine).
  8. Gareth Bale has scored only twice in his last 12 appearances for Wales, most recently in October 2019 against Croatia; Bale had scored nine goals in his previous 12 appearances for the national side before this run.
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