WC Qualifiers : Northern Ireland v Portugal live streaming, watch Romania v Hungary, Poland v Montenegro online

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With a busy Friday night coupon of World Cup qualifying, the firm are predicting a busy night,

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Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill has warned his side that they can not let last month’s 1-0 win over Russia cloud their judgement when it comes to the task at hand against Portugal in Windsor Park this evening.

“We don’t want it to be a beautiful game of football if I’m 100% honest,” O’Neill said ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates arrival in Belfast.

“They would love the game to be open. They love space and to be able to play on the counter attack. It is important they have a difficult night and that they know from the word go that they’re going to have a difficult night.

“I think it would be foolhardy of us to go and play a really open game and say to Portugal ‘Come and play us, you attack us and we will attack you’.”

O’Neill’s side stole a surprise 1-1 draw with the Portugese in Porto last October but the bookies aren’t to confident of a repeat here with most outlets offering 7/2 for the sides to share the spoils tonight.

On the other hand, there is a sense of impending doom for Northern Ireland supporters with the inclusion of Ronaldo in the line-up after early news that he would not take any part in the qualifier due to recent injury trouble.

The Real Madrid man though is a healthy 5/2 to score first against the depleted Northern Ireland backline with three of the four who held the fort in Russia ruled out.

Aaron Hughes, Craig Cathcart and Daniel Lafferty will all miss the game – making a 4/11 price on Portugal to take the much needed three points seem generous and evens on Portugal -1 look a real steal.

Ronaldo will be particularly glad to hear of Hughes’ absence as the Fulham man kept the former Manchester United forward very quiet when the side’s last met, a fact not forgotten by O’Neill.

“He is an iconic player for Northern Ireland over the last 12 or 14 years,” O’Neill said.

“It’s frustrating and you always just want to roll out the same team again after a great result but unfortunately three of the back four that played against Russia are unavailable. It’s not an ideal situation but we’ll rely on our shape and the workrate of the team to make it as difficult as possible for Ronaldo to do what he’s capable of doing.”

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