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- Estonia have seen both teams score in their last six at home
- The hosts have scored in their last five home friendlies
- Northern Ireland have conceded in 11 of their last 13 away trips
Can Baraclough’s young stars deliver?
Northern Ireland claimed three vital points in Lithuania this week and they visit Estonia before a crunch World Cup qualifier at home to Switzerland. They’re set to rotate on Sunday as a result, but will that be enough?
Estonia are fresh from a 5-2 loss to Belgium in World Cup qualifying and they’re looking wide open, which me backing goals in Tallinn. Estonia have seen both teams score in each of their last six home matches.
The hosts have scored in their last five home friendly ties, while Northern Ireland have kept two clean sheets across their last 13 away games – a run which started with a 2-1 win in Estonia.
It’s worth backing more goals this weekend with both sides likely to leave out key defenders ahead of their upcoming fixtures. Both teams to score is my first prediction, while I’m backing the NI youngsters to win 2-1 with Estonia losing eight of 11 at home since Northern Ireland last visited.