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Northern Ireland vs Cyprus Prediction, Head-To-Head, Lineup, Betting Tips, Where To Watch Live Today UEFA Nations League 2022 Match Details – June 12

Northern Ireland and Cyprus will wrap up their UEFA Nations League responsibilities for the month as they clash at Windsor Park on Sunday, the match will start at 6:30 am. The two sides are winless in their three games against the opposition. With the two sides on just a single point, the group that loses this tie may be out of conflict for a capability spot into League B. Check Northern Ireland vs Cyprus Prediction.

The host group yielded two early objectives against Kosovo in their past trip as the game finished 3-2 for Dardanët. Cyprus stayed without an objective in their possession in the opposition as they experienced a 3-0 misfortune to Greece last time around.

Northern Ireland vs Cyprus Prediction
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Northern Ireland vs Cyprus Prediction

Northern Ireland scored their initial two objectives in their continuous Nations League crusade last time around and will expect to track down the rear of the net again in this home game against Cyprus.

Cyprus has neglected to score an objective in the opposition while yielding five objectives in three games. We don’t anticipate that they should score an objective in this game and back the hosts to possibly figure out a limited win.

Prediction: Northern Ireland 1-0 Cyprus

Head-To-Head

TeamNorthern IrelandCyprus
Played22
Win00
Draw22
Lose00
Score0:00:0
Goals Scored00
Goals Allowed00

Probable playing 11

Northern Ireland (4-1-4-1):

  1. Bailey Peacock-Farrell (GK);
  2. Ciaron Brown,
  3. Jonny Evans,
  4. Paddy McNair,
  5. Paddy Lane; 
  6. Steven Davis;
  7. Alfie McCalmont,
  8. Niall McGinn,
  9. Gavin Whyte,
  10. Shayne Lavery;
  11. Kyle Lafferty

Cyprus (3-4-3):

  1. Andreas Christodoulou (GK);
  2. Nicolas Ioannou,
  3. Konstantinos Laifis,
  4. Pavlos Correa;
  5. Andreas Avraam,
  6. Alex Gogić,
  7. Kostakis Artymatas,
  8. Dimitris Theodorou;
  9. Grigoris Kastanos,
  10. Loizos Loizou,
  11. Demetris Christofi

Betting tips

  1. Fewer than three goals have been scored in nine of Northern Ireland’s last ten home games (in 90 min).
  2. Cyprus has failed to score one goal in total across their last ten away games.
  3. Cyprus has lost 13 out of their last 14 games away from home and conceded 36 goals across that sequence.