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“This is one of the bigger matches to be going off on Friday night in the round of international friendly games. Ireland are heading off to France 2016 whereas the Netherlands have to try and pick up the pieces after having failed to qualify. With Ireland having gone so well on home soil at the Aviva Stadium recently, they will be keen to keep the Dutch at bay and build themselves some confidence ahead of their Euro 2016 challenge. Betting Tips-So after a successful Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, Ireland will be heading off to France for the summer. This is where they put their final preparations into gear and following this one they will only then face Belarus before the Championships. At Euro 2016, Ireland are in a highly competitive group alongside Sweden, Belgium and Italy. Ireland came through a tough finish to Euro 2016 qualification, the key to their qualification rally boiling down to a home win over Germany back in October. The Irish didn’t lose a home game in qualifying, also taking a draw against the powerful Poland as well. So can they keep their home form intact and see off the Netherlands on Friday night? Ireland have posted a W4 D1 record in their last five at the Aviva Stadium with clean sheets posted in four of those. Ireland to win to nil on Friday night can be backed at a quote of 9/2 though because the Netherlands do carry a decent degree of attacking threat. In the anytime goalscorer market you have Shane Long at a price of 9/4 for Ireland, with Robbie Keane at 3/1. The likelihood though is that this will be a low scoring game so going under 2.5 goals will return a quote of 3/5 only on the game. Five of Ireland’s last seven games have gone under the 2.5 goal line. The last time that these two met was back in August 2006 when Holland won a friendly meeting 4-0 in Ireland. In only six of the last eight meetings between these to have both teams scored in the match. The Netherlands don’t have anything to do over the summer then and are just not anywhere near the level they should be at right now. Over their last seven games played they have posted just a W3 L4 record and their defence has been leaking goals left, right and centre. They have gone without a clean sheet in their last seven, so it could be worth backing both teams to score in the match at a price of even money. Holland’s last game saw them jump on some of England’s defensive weaknesses to produce a 2-1 win over the Three Lions back at the end of Mark. They have conceded a total of seven goals in their last four games played. Following this they will pose as Euro 2016 warm up opposition to Poland and Austria. It’s hard to imagine that they’ll be particularly interested in any of these. Prediction-There doesn’t look to be a lot of interest or a lot of convincing threat coming from the Dutch at the moment.Ireland have done well enough at home to suggest that they aren’t going to lose against a Dutch side which is completely hit and miss at the moment. The Dutch defence is there for the taking,Look for a home win.”