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O’Neill’s Romanian Preparations Hit by Managerial Change

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Michael O’Neill’s preparations for next month’s 2016 Euro qualifying clash in Bucharest have been hit by the departure of the Romanian manager Victor Piturca.

He had a representative watching Romania’s first three games to gather intelligence on what to expect when the sides face each other. But Piturca, 58, is off to Al-Ittihad – a job which Neil Lennon once considered – and the set-up is almost certain to change with his exit.

O’Neill admitted: “I don’t know what to expect now.”

With three wins out of three and sitting at the top of Group F, Northern Ireland are now in a brilliant position to reach the finals in France. They travel to Bucharest seeking to maintain their unbeaten record by securing at least a point and confirm a two-point gap between them and second place.

O’Neill will also be mindful of previous false dawns, not least the Euro 2008 campaign when they defeated Spain and Sweden at home, but still only managed to finish in third place. He head to eastern Europe however not fully sure what he might have to contend with.

He said: “There will be a new manager in place when we face them and Romania could be tougher than Greece and Hungary have been.”

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Logie's Irish League Previews

When you look at the Irish League fixtures this week you would have to agree that there are some very interesting fixtures and some games which are very hard to call. Pride of place of course goes to the new "Big Two", Cliftonville and Linfield.

When you look at the Irish League fixtures this week you would have to agree that there are some very interesting fixtures and some games which are very hard to call. Pride of place of course goes to the new “Big Two”, Cliftonville and Linfield.

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Match Betting

  • Linfield5/4
  • Cliftonville9/5
  • Draw12/5
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QPR v Liverpool Preview

There are strong rumours circulating that Harry Rednapp may soon be shown the door at QPR. He has failed to really gets things going at the London club and the poor performances just keep coming.

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Match Betting

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  • Draw3/1
  • Q.P.R.4/1
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Stoke v Swansea Preview

How both sides here would love a win. Swansea are fifth but they are going through a poor patch with only two points from their last four games.

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  • Swansea19/10
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