Northern Ireland vs Andorra prediction, odds & betting tips – 11/06/2024

Northern Ireland vs Andorra prediction, odds & betting tips – 11/06/2024
Northern Ireland have won three of their nine games this season - Photo by Icon Sport

Northern Ireland and Andorra meet in an international friendly on Tuesday in Murcia, Spain. Our Northern Ireland vs Andorra prediction considers whether either side can end the 2023/24 season with a victory.

Northern Ireland vs Andorra prediction: O'Neill’s team to win by two

Key stats

  • Our Northern Ireland vs Andorra betting tips take into account a record of just one goal in nine internationals for the Andorrans.
  • They’ve lost seven of their last eight matches to nil.
  • Northern Ireland have won three of their last seven internationals to nil, seeing off San Marino, Denmark and Scotland.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Northern Ireland the clear favourites

  • NORTHERN IRELAND: 1/6 (1.17) – 85.7%
  • DRAW: 5/1 (6.00) – 16.7%
  • ANDORRA: 16/1 (17.00) – 5.9%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

Northern Ireland are the favourites according to the Northern Ireland vs Andorra odds with an implied probability of 85.7% that they win this one.

They head into the match on the back of a 5-1 hammering at the hands of Spain, despite taking the lead in the second minute through Daniel Ballard, but had been in decent form prior to that.

Andorra also played Spain in their last match, losing 5-0 with Mikel Oyarzabal netting a hat-trick.

For more of the latest international and club football picks, today’s betting tips feature some of the best bets from the midweek action.

H2H: Sides set for first ever meeting

Our Northern Ireland vs Andorra prediction suggest it’ll be an Irish victory in the first ever meeting. Andorra have lost all 13 previous games against opposition from Britain or Ireland.

Northern Ireland preview: Changes likely following heavy loss

No players have withdrawn from the Northern Irish squad following the defeat to Spain. Michael O'Neill may make changes to the eleven that lost that game with a more attacking system possible.

Predicted Lineup: Peacock-Farrell (GK), Spencer, Toal, Ballard, Hume, Price, Smyth, Thompson, Bradley, Taylor & Dion Charles

International Match 11/06/24

W

Andorra

Andorra

0

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

2

International Match 08/06/24

L

Spain

Spain

5

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

1

Others 30/04/24

D

Wales

Wales

0

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

0

International Match 26/03/24

W

Scotland

Scotland

0

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

1

International Match 22/03/24

D

Romania

Romania

1

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

1

Andorra preview: Koldo Alvarez to mix things up

Andorra may also look to give other players a go, but it’s still likely to be a relatively cautious approach from the minnows.

Predicted Lineup: Moreira (GK), Llovera, Pujol, Guillen, Garcia, Servos, Teixeira, Pujol, San Nicolas, Rubio & Fernandez

International Match 11/06/24

L

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland

2

Andorra

Andorra

0

International Match 05/06/24

L

Spain

Spain

5

Andorra

Andorra

0

International Match 25/03/24

L

Bolivia

Bolivia

1

Andorra

Andorra

0

International Match 21/03/24

D

South Africa

South Africa

1

Andorra

Andorra

1

Euro 2024 Qualifying 21/11/23

L

Israel

Israel

2

Andorra

Andorra

0

Player to watch – Conor Bradley

20 year old Liverpool full back Conor Bradley has already announced his arrival on the international scene with the winning goal in Scotland earlier this year. He has tended to operate as a winger rather than a full back for his country and has already won 16 caps.

northern ireland vs andorra predictions
Conor Bradley scored the only goal in Northern Ireland's recent win in Scotland – Photo by Icon Sport

An offensive threat

Bradley chalked up some impressive numbers despite a fringe role for Liverpool in the Premier League during the 2023/24 season. He registered three assists in 11 appearances and averaged 1.1 shots per game and 1.4 key passes per game.


Mark is a freelance football writer based in Madrid. He regularly attends and covers La Liga matches around Spain, whilst also following football across Europe.