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There are plenty of international friendlies taking place on Sunday and for many national sides, these encounters are about building momentum for their World Cup qualifying campaign. It’s also a chance to try out new formations, players and style of playing football.
Republic of Ireland would have been pleased to draw 1-1 with England at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday evening and on Sunday, they have a home game against Georgia.
In truth, this is a game that Ireland should be winning and many of the home fans will want to see Giovanni Trapattoni play a more expansive and attacking game.
England were there for the taking on Wednesday and it was strange to see Wes Hoolahan – a man that can provide that touch of class in the final third – remain on the bench for the entire 90 minutes. The Norwich City midfielder will be desperate to get on the pitch and show what he can do.
The hosts are being offered at 8/15 to take this one and there might be some decent value in Shane Long scoring the first goal of the game as he is at 5/1.
Georgia come into this one knowing it will be a tough 90 minutes, but they can take the spoils if at their best.
Also on Sunday, USA and Germany lock horns in what should be an interesting encounter.
Germany are one of the best teams around of course and they have been in good form in front of goal recently. However, they have looked fairly shaky at the back.
Lukas Podolski got himself a brace in a victory over Ecuador during the week and he is a 6/1 shot to break the deadlock on Sunday evening.
Joachim Low’s men should qualify for the World Cup comfortably and the manager might give some of his younger players a chance to shine here.
As for USA, they lost 4-2 to Belgium on Thursday night and might find it tough to get anything out of this one.
They are on home soil though and you never know, the Americans could be a decent bet as they are out at 5/1. USA are an ever-improving side and a victory against Germany might be just what they need before a busy month of World Cup qualifying matches.
Clint Dempsey is usually the key man for his national side and if given some decent service, he won’t need a second invitation to put the ball in the back of the net.
Other games that could be a decent watch on Sunday include Ukraine goes up against Cameroon and Honduras locking horns with Israel.
On Monday, Sweden v Macedonia might be a decent watch and a win for the former is at 1/3.
International friendlies aren’t always the most eagerly anticipated encounters, but we should see some entertaining matches on Sunday and Monday. The likes of Germany and Republic of Ireland will be looking for some big wins, but they won’t find it easy.