* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change
San Marino will start their Euro 2024 Qualifiers campaign at home, on Thursday, March 23, when they will host Northern Ireland. Check our preview of this game to learn more about it and to get our Euro 2024 predictions for the game.
Our Best San Marino vs Northern Ireland Predictions and Picks
If you are searching for free today's soccer tips for Euro 2024 Qualifiers, including our picks for San Marino vs Northern Ireland, you're in the right place:
Northern Ireland to Win with Handicap (-2)
While Northern Ireland has struggled on the international scene ever since their appearance at the 2016 Euro Championships, they are still way ahead of San Marino as a team.
After all, San Marino only has one win in their entire footballing history and it was in a friendly match against Liechtenstein. So, we expect a convincing win for Northern Ireland here, which is why our first San Marino vs Northern Ireland prediction is for the guests to win the game by three or more goals.
Over 3.5 Total Goals
Since we expect to see a convincing win for the guests, we also expect to see plenty of goals here, so our second San Marino vs Northern Ireland prediction is over 3.5 total goals.
We already saw this in two of the last four h2h meetings between San Marino and Northern Ireland and given this is the start of the Qualifiers, the guests will certainly try to get as much as they can here to ensure strong goal difference going forward.
Best Odds and Key Stats for San Marino vs Northern Ireland
If you want to bet on the top San Marino vs Northern Ireland odds, you can find them here, on our site:
San Marino odds: 70/1 (71.00) – 1.40% Probability
Draw odds: 14/1 (15.00) – 6.70% Probability
Northern Ireland odds: 1/16 (1.06) – 94.10% Probability
With a win probability of almost 95%, it's pretty clear that the guests are the absolute favourites in this match, as expected. When it comes to some other markets, the most likely
Correct Score for this game is a 2-0 Northern Ireland win at 9/2 (5.50), which implies a 18.20% probability.
San Marino Last Five Matches: LDLDL
Northern Ireland Last Five Matches: LWDLD
San Marino – Northern Ireland Preview: News, Form, and Potential Lineups
Here you can find all the latest information on both teams ahead of their duel, including the possible San Marino vs Northern Ireland lineups:
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There isn't really much to say about San Marino, the team with the first FIFA ranking at the moment. This is a national team that still waits for a win in an official game, other than their only win in a friendly match against Lichtenstein. So, their only goal in the 2024 Euro Qualifiers is to be as competitive as possible and avoid too many heavy defeats.
The team is pretty much in full strength as they don't have any major fitness or injury concerns at the moment.
San Marino Predicted Lineup:
Benedettini – Cevoli, Grandoni, Palazzi, Tosi, D'Addario – Capicchioni, Golinucci, Mularoni – Vitaioli, Rinaldi
After their first-ever appearance at Euro Championships back in 2016, in which they even managed to get out of group stages, Northern Ireland has seemingly been in freefall ever since. Their latest attempt to reach a major competition was obviously unsuccessful as they missed World Cup in Qatar this year and their performances in Nations League were unconvincing as the team barely avoided relegation to Division D of the competition.
When it comes to team news, Norther Ireland will miss a few starters, such as Jonny Evens and Stuart Dallas, but they shouldn't be missed too much in this game.
Northern Ireland Predicted Lineup:
Peacock-Farrell – Bradley, Ballard, Cathcart, Lewis – Whyte, McNair, Saville, McMenamin – Charles, Magennis
Teams commonly announce their starting lineups one hour before kickoff.
Player to Watch: Dion Charles
It's hard to pick a player to watch for this game since Northern Ireland is bound to experiment a bit in this game, but also many of their players can shine against an opponent like San Marino.
With that in mind, we decided to go with Dion Charles, the who has been in good form this season with Bolton in League One. However, the forward is still waiting for his first goal for the national team despite appearing in 13 games so far. So, San Marino might be just the opponent for Charles to finally score his maiden goal for Northern Ireland.
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