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SlippyBlue
11 Nov 17 19:19
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I'm not expecting many goals and to me under 2.5 looks a given but I'll take a chance on 0-0 and 0-1. An away goal for Ireland would be absolutely priceless, here's hoping.
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By:
cricketnut2
When: 11 Nov 17 19:33
It would be great to see the Republic of Ireland qualify for the Finals and this tie should be close over the two legs.
By:
OVERSEAS
When: 11 Nov 17 19:34
plenty of players on both sides who like to mix it day in day out.....just up to the Serb ref whether he wants to get involved....
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 19:52
Backed 0-0, in this one, with covering bets on 1-0, 2-0, 1-1 and 2-1.
By:
kincsem
When: 11 Nov 17 19:57
Wonderful saves by Randolf for Ireland.
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 11 Nov 17 19:58
Heart in mouth job there, great double save. Denmark should have scored there.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 19:58
keeper did well, right back asleep.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 19:59
as long as they get the mistakes out of the way, and don't make too many more.
By:
trilby22
When: 11 Nov 17 20:00
Commentary on Talksport if anyone's interested.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 20:04
My Sky pics have quite a delay, so the wireless is useful to keep up with the action.
By:
hfink
When: 11 Nov 17 20:05
Cheers for the tip trilby.
Good luck Ireland.
By:
The Bhoys
When: 11 Nov 17 20:06
Like a game of rugby this
By:
FredRescue
When: 11 Nov 17 20:18
Incredible miss Laugh
By:
Angela Rebecchi
When: 11 Nov 17 20:18
Sitter missed.
By:
kincsem
When: 11 Nov 17 20:18
Denmark should have scored.
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 11 Nov 17 20:19
Ireland dodged another bullet.
By:
kincsem
When: 11 Nov 17 20:28
Ireland scare Denmark
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 20:31
HT 0-0, absolute goldmine, these play-offs. Grin
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Nov 17 20:34
Happy you love your unders, Des.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 20:36
I do, wise, although I'm doing mostly 0-0's with covering bets on 1-0. 1-1, 2-0 etc adjusting them as i go along. Working well for now, though I'm prepared for the occasional setback.
By:
kincsem
When: 11 Nov 17 20:44
My guess is Denmark will come out with maximum attacks at the start of the second half.
If they score the'll try to close shop.
If it stays 0-0 Denmark might run out of steam.
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 11 Nov 17 20:45
Des, 0-0 at half time was a very lucky punt !
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 20:46
i backed it yesterday when the price was higher
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 11 Nov 17 20:48
Although Martin O'Neil obviously said pre match that an away goal would be vital I reckon if he could take 0-0 now he'd have it.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 20:51
I've done 0-0 for this , the N. ireland game and Sweden Italy, all backed a day in advance at ne click higher than price at kick off. You also get much higher prices for covering bets at 1-0, 1-1 etc well before kick off. It's kind of counter-intuitive because you normally expect a reducing 0-0 price to result in an increase in other prices, but the opposite happens in correct score markets, as 0-0 falls in price the 1-0, 0-1, 1-1 etc also fall.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 20:54
If Ireland win 2-0 it will feck me up quite badly, but I don't see it happening.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 20:58
These play-offs were always going to be cagey affairs, apart from Croatia v Greece, but you'd need to be mad to bet on a Greece game.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 21:01
The pitch is not in great condition. I imagine Ireland will be quite happy with that.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 21:07
took one for the team, you wonder how these modern players would've coped with getting hit on the face with an old-fashioned leather ball with laces on it, like I played with in days of yore. Grin
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Nov 17 21:18
Alan Shearer has made a documentary investigating the effects of heading a football on the brain, and exploring if there is a link between heading the ball and developing dementia in old age. I think it's on BBC tomorrow night Des.
By:
FredRescue
When: 11 Nov 17 21:19
This ref is as bad as the one in the Swiss game.

Played on, then 30 seconds later saw a player rolling on the floor so changed his decision Crazy
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 11 Nov 17 21:24
Yes I'll be watching that wisewords, I never really played much football though growing up, rugby union was my game as a hooker and I would have a few concussions each year without fail.
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Nov 17 21:26
Des going on about the old-fashioned leather football reminded me about it!
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 11 Nov 17 21:26
No late dramas now, lets take the 0-0 back to Ireland and take care of them at home.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 21:27
massive deflection went out for corner and ref did'nt give it. Shocked He's had a good game otherwise, tbh.
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 21:29
Yes I'm aware of it, wise. I might watch it.
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Nov 17 21:30
Even if I don't watch it live, I'll definiely watch it on iPlayer sometime
By:
wisewords
When: 11 Nov 17 21:30
definitely*
By:
Des Pond
When: 11 Nov 17 21:32
Thing is, if someone said to the likes of Jeff Astle, when he was playing, you'll get early dementia from heading the ball. I don't think he or anyone else would have stopped playing football.
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 11 Nov 17 21:35
Job done really, I'll take that. Well done us 0-0 backers !
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