Dundalk and KÍ meet at Aviva Stadium, in a match for the Europa League (Play ‑ offs). These two teams have never played before, so this will be their first direct match. The home advantage may play an important role in this match, since KÍ presents significant differences between home and away results.
The home team comes to this stage of the Europa League (Play ‑ offs) after having played in previous qualifiers with: Sheriff and Inter Club d'Escaldes. This is a team little affected by the home factor, that is, it presents similar results at home and away, since in the last 30 matches they have recorded 7 wins, 2 draws and 6 losses as a visitor, with 21 goals scored and 19 conceded, against 8 wins , 3 draws and 4 losses at home, with 27 goals scored and 16 conceded. In their last match, for the Premier League, they lost against Shamrock Rovers at home by (0‑4). In the last 10 home matches Dundalk has recorded 5 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses. Defensive solidity has not been their strong point, as they have conceded goals in 7 of the last 10 games, but their attack has scored regularly, as they have scored goals in 8 of the last 10 games. In 15 matches, he has conceded the first goal 7 times and has only managed 1 turn on the scoreboard. In the last 8 home matches for all competitions, there are 1 periods that stand out: they have conceded 4 of their 9 goals between minutes (16' ‑ 30 ').
Dundalk heads into this game with a setback, 0-4, receiving Shamrock, in a game counting for the Championship of the Republic of Ireland. To reach this stage of the Europa League, the home team had to beat Sheriff and Inter Club d'Escaldes. Usually coach Shane Keegan plays in 4-2-3-1 where Michael Duffy, Sean Gannon and Hoban are the team's most offensive references. In midfield, most likely, there will be Chris Shields, Sean Murray and Gregory Sloggett. It should be noted that Dundalk has shown some defensive flaws during its games. All players are available for this game.
The away team comes to this stage of the Europa League (Play ‑
offs) after having eliminated Dinamo Tbilisi, with a victory by (6‑1) at
home in the previous round. This is a stronger team when playing at
their stadium, as in the last 21 games they have recorded 1 win, 3 draws
and 6 losses as a visitor; against 4 wins, 3 draws and 4 losses at
KI Klaksvik, team from the Faroe Islands, starts motivated for this match after a 6-1 triumph, receiving Dinamo Tbilisi, in a game counting for the 3rd round of the Europa League: the team's goals were signed by Páll Klettskard (3), Patrik Johannesen, Jonn Johannesen and Deni Pavlovic. In this match against Dundalk, coach Mikkjal Thomassen should organize his pupils in 4-4-2 where Ole Erik Midtskogen and Páll Klettskard occupy the most advanced positions: the last athlete mentioned is very strong in the aerial game, positioning and finishing. All players are available for this game.
KI Klaksvik haven't lost in their last 4 games.
Dundalk FC wins 1st half in 33% of their matches, KI Klaksvik in 60% of their matches.
Dundalk FC wins 33% of halftimes, KI Klaksvik wins 60%.
Dundalk FC's performance of the last 5 matches is better than KI Klaksvik's.
Dundalk FC scores 1.5 goals when playing at home and KI Klaksvik scores 3 goals when playing away (on average).
When Dundalk FC leads 1-0 at home, they win in 75% of their matches.
When KI Klaksvik leads 0-1 away, they win in 88% of their matches.
When Dundalk FC is down 0-1 home, they win 0% of their matches.
When KI Klaksvik is down 1-0 away, they win 50% of their matches.