Lars Lagerback does not believe his unbeaten record against England will
SBOBEThelp Norway when they go up against Northern Ireland on Sunday.
The 69-year-old, who has previously been in charge of his native Sweden, was at Iceland's helm when they shocked Roy Hodgson's England at Euro 2016 to improve his personal streak against the Three Lions to seven games without defeat.
However, he sees facing Northern Ireland in their World Cup qualifier, live on Sky Sports, an entirely different proposition.
"As far as England playing at the SBOBET Euros and maybe comparing them with the Northern Ireland team, I think it's a big difference in the style of playing," said Lagerback, who lost 2-0 in Belfast earlier this year in his first game as Norway boss.
"I don't think we have any advantage with that (record). Generally, why I have been lucky to have good results against British teams, and especially England, is because the players know the players very well.
"I think that is a little bit of an advantage, not least mentally. I think that's more it. But if you compare England and Northern Ireland I think they will be different matches."
This has long been a lost World Cup SBOBET qualification campaign for Norway, who picked up just four points from their opening seven games in Group C, so they have little to play for at the Ullevaal Stadion.
That is not the case for Northern Ireland, even if their play-off berth is assured before they kick off in Oslo, which is possible if both Greece and Bosnia fail to win on Saturday, or if Scotland fail to do so in the earlier game on Sunday.
Even if either of those scenarios comes to fruition, victory on Norwegian soil could go a long way to determining if Northern Ireland are seeded for the play-off draw later this month.