Match Time: 10/9/2020 02:45 Friday（GMT+8）
Coming up this Thursday evening (UK time), Republic of Ireland will go to Štadión Tehelné pole to play Slovakia at 7:45pm in a Euro Qualification match.
Head To Head
We start by looking at the fact that Slovakia played Republic of Ireland in 2016 in a Friendly International fixture. The result was a 2-2 draw.
In ten years, the sides have met 3 times. Slovakia have emerged victorious in none of them. Their opponents, Republic of Ireland have not won. There have been 3 draws.
In their matches to date, there has been an average of 2.0 goals per fixture. Slovakia have scored an average of 1.0 and their opponents, Republic of Ireland have scored an average of 1.0 per match.
Looking at the match-up in terms of Home and Away performance, whichever side has been at home has won 0% of these games and their visitors have won 0% of the time.
Looking at the results for the last year, Slovakia have played 6 matches. They have 1 win; 3 draws; and 2 losses. This puts them on a recent Win-Draw-Loss rate of: 16%-50%-33%.
Over this period, they have scored 1.17 times per match, on average, while conceding 1.5.
A look at their home record in this time. They have a win rate of 25% (1 wins) in their 4 home fixtures. 50% (2) of these games at home have been a draw, with the remaining 25% (1) ending in a loss.
On average they have scored 1.25 goals when playing at home in this period while they have conceded 1.25.
Their recent performance, both home and away, shows that they have a total of 19 goals in their last ten matches; they have won 4 of these matches. In terms of the BTTS, 8 of these games have been matches where both teams have scored; and there have been 6 matches with three goals or more.
They have scored in their last 7 matches.
Republic of Ireland
Republic of Ireland have played 6 matches in the last year. They have 1 win; 3 draws; and 2 losses. This gives them a recent Win-Draw-Loss rate of: 16%-50%-33%.
In this time, they have scored 0.83 goals on average per match; while conceding 1.0 goals on average.
Specifically on their recent away record, they have a win rate of 0% (0 wins) from 3 away fixtures. 66% (2) of these away games have been a draw, with the remaining 33% (1) being a loss.
On average they have scored 0.33 goals when away from home in this same period; they have conceded 1.0.
Across all formats, they are averaging 1.2 goals per game in their most recent ten matches; 3 of these matches have been wins. In terms of the BTTS, 6 of these games have been matches where both teams have scored. The total number of matches with over 2.5 goals scored is 2 from their last ten.
Slovakia VS Ireland