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Northern Ireland vs San Marino Prediction, Tips & Stats

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              Northern Ireland vs San Marino Prediction, Tips & Stats

              Northern Ireland are expected to pick up an easy three points this weekend when they play hosts to the lowest-ranked European side San Marino in Belfast where they are once again without a single goal this qualifying campaign.

              As is always the case, San Marino have been losing every game so far and come into this match with them suffering a loss in all of their games at the Euro Qualifiers. The last time San Marino avoided a loss was in a 1-1 draw with Saint Lucia back in November of last year. San Marino are currently 207th in the FIFA World Rankings.

              As for Northern Ireland, things haven't been much better for them with just one victory on the board from six games, losing the other five. Unsurprisingly, that win saw them defeat San Marino with a goal in either half from Dion Charles, and there's no doubt that manager Michael O'Neill would have been disappointed with them only scoring two goals.

              The other losses this qualifying campaign have seen Northern Ireland lose to Kazakhstan twice, Slovenia and also Denmark and Finland. Ultimately, it's been another terrible campaign and one for which Nothern Ireland are unlikely to qualify out of. This will mean they have still only qualified for one tournament this century.

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              Northern Ireland team news

              Bailey Peacock-Farrell is going to start in goal for Northern Ireland once more in this game and in front of him will be Jonny Evans after a decent to life back at Manchester United. The United man also captains the side. Paddy McNair will play alongside him, and Jamal Lewis should also get his 31st cap. Josh Magennis will start up top as well for his country and likely play alongside Conor Washington and Dion Charles. Shayne Lavery is out here for Northern Ireland too and he will be joined by Shane Ferguson and Cameron McGeehan in the physio room. Shane Ferguson, Sean Goss and Ethan Galbraith are all out here too, while Jordan Jones has not made the squad after a poor start to the season with Wigan.

              San Marino team news

              The majority of San Marino's players ply their trade in the country's domestic league, but a few paly in Serie D. Fabio Tomassini is one of those players and he will play here once more, but Matteo Vitaioli will captain the side and start too with his one goal on his record. Mattia Stefanelli also has a goal on his record and will start here with his one 19 caps. Mirko Palazzi is another player with a goal for San Marino, scoring one from his 73 caps. Lorenzo Lazzari has a goal too from his seven caps and will start in midfield. Other goalscorers for San Marino include Nicola Nanni, Filippo Berardi and Danilo and Rinaldi, all of whom have not made this squad due to injury.

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