Published: Wed, November 15, 2017
Sports | By Spencer Underwood

Åge Hareide: Denmark will take the game to Ireland again

Åge Hareide: Denmark will take the game to Ireland again

It would also appear he does not care a great deal for the tactics employed by O'Neill, whose side strangled the life out of the first leg.

"I think Tuesday will be a different match, yeah".

Martin O'Neill's team have to score if they are to progress without the need for penalties, but asked if he is expecting a more expansive approach, Hareide said: "If you look at the stats from qualification, nothing seems to go in that direction".

Both sides have an identical record in the six games played in Denmark, both winning two (D2). I think they'll play in the same way.

"Teams sit back a little but more against us at the Aviva because we play a little bit different at home, and try to create a lot more". We only have to score one goal to get to a World Cup, that is a fantastic opportunity which we have to take'.

"They play better away from home and score more goals away from home".

However, the Boys in Green have tended to dig deep and deliver when it really counts, so they will fancy their chances of getting the win in front of a sold-out crowd in Dublin. We had three good chances, maybe we could have done better on some of them.

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He got his gloves to the ball with a diving save as the ball was going across the face of his goal but he had no time to congratulate himself as the ball rebounded to Cornelius. "We had the opportunities to score in Copenhagen and I'm sure we will have them again".

"Last game it happened and this game again, so I'm very happy I have the support of my country".

"They get space, they can take on people and that's why they are so valuable for a team to get them going".

Duffy said it had been a tough, hard-fought match in Copenhagen, something that came across in an attritional encounter of few chances.

"James McCarthy is a similar case because I have seen him do the kind of work which tells me he does see the game but all too often, he takes a blinkered view", added Giles.

Although he says they will set out to win, Bendtner has already needed extra-time to see off one team from Ireland in a two-legged tie, when he lined out for Rosenborg against Dundalk in the Champions League last July. It made it hard for both teams.

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