Shamrock Rovers vs Hibernians Betting Tips and Prediction
July 4, 2022
Hibernians, the champions of the Maltese Premier League, will be Shamrock Rovers’ opponent in their Champions League first-round qualifying match.
The Irish team will try to take advantage of home field advantage on Tuesday before traveling to Malta for the second leg the following week.
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Shamrock Rovers vs Hibernians Tips and Prediction
As the league leaders in the League of Ireland Premier, Shamrock Rovers will be looking to carry over their success at home into European competition.
Shamrock Rovers had won their past three competitive games thanks to a Rory Gaffney goal in the first half of Friday’s encounter against Finn Harps.
The Irish champions, who are in excellent form right now, will be hoping to improve on their Champions League first-round qualifying exit from the previous season.
Shamrock Rovers lost to Slovan Bratislava in that match, lowering the Irish team to the Europa Conference League where they advanced to the playoff round before losing to Flora.
Shamrock Rovers, who fell to Slovan Bratislava last season, managed to win 2-1 at home before dropping the away leg 2-0, giving the hosts a chance to win consecutive home games in the Champions League.
Hibernians lost against Flora 5-0 on aggregate last season, and they were both eliminated in the first round of Champions League qualifying.
In the third round of qualification, they fell to Riga after being demoted to the Europa Conference League, where they defeated Folgore en route to victory.
The Maltese Champions must rapidly catch up if they are to defeat Shamrock Rovers because their domestic season has not yet begun.
Their two friendly matches against fellow Maltese opposition ended in 2-1 losses and 2-2 draws against Floriana and Gzira, respectively, making for less than ideal preliminary work for the first leg.
They will face Shamrock Rovers for the first time on Tuesday, and they must succeed in becoming the first team to defeat the Irish champions at their own stadium since August 2021.
Since Shamrock Rovers often perform well at home and the visitors are already halfway through their domestic season, we believe that they will be better equipped to win the first leg than Hibernians, who have already played two friendlies in advance of Tuesday’s match.