Armenia vs Rep. of Ireland Tips, Predictions & Nations League Odds
Republic of Ireland travel to face Armenia in their opening Nations League game on Saturday and we have predictions and betting tips here.
Natalie Sawyer is confident that the Republic of Ireland will build on a strong run of form by getting their Nations League campaign off to a wining start on Saturday.
She gives her advice on the Boys In Green ahead of their Group B clash at 2pm, speaking to Leon Blanche, below.
🇮🇪 ⚽️ Republic of Ireland go to Armenia for their Nations League opener on Saturday afternoon at 2pm.
🤔 What are you predicting @nataliesawyer? Will the boys in green get a positive result? 💪
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“Stephen Kenny didn’t enjoy the best of starts as Republic of Ireland manager, but wow have they enjoyed an upturn in form,” she told BoyleSports.
“They are unbeaten in their last eight and there is a new-found air of confidence in the side, a real feel-good factor.”
“They are searching for their first Nations League win and there’s no better place to do it at Armenia who haven’t only won once in their last 11.
“Callum Robinson is somebody you would be looking at to get on the scoresheet, he has definitely been enjoying life under Stephen Kenny.
“But there are newcomers too and that is positive for Ireland going forward because it drives competition. A lot of players will be desperate to get on the scoresheet and Republic of Ireland can win this.”
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Natalie Sawyer is one of the leading names in TV and Radio sports broadcasting, currently providing analysis as a Football Ambassador for BoyleSports.
A lifelong Brentford fan, she boasts a glittering CV which includes prestigious football podcast The Game and an 18-year stint at Sky Sports where she anchored Sky Sports News’ rolling coverage of the world of sport.
Nowadays Natalie’s insight is showcased on the airwaves in her role as an award-winning host on talkSPORT.
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