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Nations League: Northern Ireland vs Austria 🇦🇹

Northern Ireland vs Austria

With the existing excitement, the Austrian team is very confident in their ability to defeat the Northern Ireland opponent in the next 5th match, especially when they have the advantage of the field in this war.

Austria - UEFA Nations League 

Austria is a fairly average team in the region, and they regularly participate in major leagues around the world. In the last Euro 2020 qualifiers, teachers and coaches Franco Foda easily won a ticket to attend the final round. Bed as they still show their stability in recent times while playing relatively impressive in the UEFA Nations League.

Indeed, after 4 matches, David Alaba and his teammates have won 9 points and are temporarily ranked 2nd in Group A, equal to the top team but behind due to poor sub-index. Not playing so prominently, but they showed a very good ability to take advantage of opportunities. The proof is that the Austrian players know how to defeat their opponents to win. The most obvious proof is that the defeat defeated the Northern Ireland and Romania teams with the minimum score in the last 2 matches. Obviously, fans have reason to expect a good result for their beloved team at the welcome Northern Ireland home.

Northern Ireland - UEFA Nations League 

On the other side of the front line, Northern Ireland is a team that is not appreciated in the major tournaments in the region. In fact, they were unable to win a direct ticket when the competition was not as expected in the last Euro 2020 qualifiers. It seems that Conor Washington and his teammates have not shown any signs of optimism recently, even worse.

The proof is that coach Ian Baraclough's army does not know the smell of victory in the last 6 matches, including 5 defeats. As can be seen, their current playstyle is very blurred, the lack of alignment between the lines leading to both attack and defense not playing effectively. The last 2 matches could not score 1 goal. In fact, these results are not too surprising when Northern Ireland owns a team with relatively low professional quality. Therefore, the ability to reclaim their debt in the next rematch with the Austrian team is quite fragile.