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World Cup Qualifying – 15/2 Bet Builder: Republic of Ireland v Serbia

There’s a huge Group A clash at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday evening, as Stephen Kenny attempts to lead his Irish side to a rare victory.

Serbia are the visitors in Dublin in today’s 15/2 shout:

  • Serbia to win
  • Under 2.5 goals
  • Over 3.5 Serbia corners
  • Aleksandar Mitrovic to score anytime

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Republic of Ireland v Serbia Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Serbia to win

Republic of Ireland have registered just one victory in their last 16 outings – understandably, pressure is growing on coach Stephen Kenny.

Serbia are unbeaten in their last six competitive matches, scoring four against both Qatar and Luxembourg in their last two.

Ireland have scored just once in their last five home matches, and Serbia are good enough to capitalise on this form.

Serbia are unbeaten in six against Ireland, wining three.

Under 2.5 goals

Ireland’s lack of potency in front of goal opens up this market.

Serbia won’t blow the hosts away but are more than capable of nicking a narrow win at the Aviva Stadium.

There have been fewer than three goals in 12 of Ireland’s last 14 at home.

Over 3.5 Serbia corners

Serbia have notched up 27 corners over their last four competitive matches – averaging out at 6.75 per game.

Over 3.5 corners for the visitors on Tuesday looks worthwhile.

Aleksandar Mitrovic to score anytime

Fulham’s mercurial striker is in fantastic form for club and country.

The Serbian has bagged six in his last five outings and is a prime candidate to break Irish hearts on Tuesday evening.

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.