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Germany, Romania & Northern Ireland a fab 5/2 all to win

End your weekend on a high with this tantalising treble featuring World Cup winners Germany, Romania and Northern Ireland all to win with Coral at a fantastic 5/2 price. Read on to find out why this is such a brilliant bet!

Germany V Georgia
Joachim Low’s side are heavily odds-on at 1/7 to beat Georgia and have a 100 per cent record against them having recorded three victories over the eastern European side. Last time out in qualifying, Germany ran out comprehensive 4-0 winners over Gibraltar, with prolific striker Thomas Muller bagging a brace. He is odds-on at 4/5 in the anytime market and 10/3 to break the deadlock.

Low will be hoping his side can push on and add a European Championship crown to their World Cup title, and admitted recently that the atmosphere within the squad afterwards was a new experience for him.

“We are the first European team to have won a world football championship in South America. I think that was a marvellous achievement on the part of everyone involved,” he said.

“The sheer joy on the pitch, and afterwards in the changing room, was something I have never before experienced, and in some way it was also the reward for us all, for many, many years of hard work and intensive effort.

“After the game against France, when we had gone past the quarter-finals, I certainly had the feeling that anything was possible. There were just four teams left in the contest, we had the quality and class and I felt that we had become more mature than we perhaps were in 2010 or 2012.”

Northern Ireland V Finland
The hosts are sitting pretty in second in Group F and will be confident of pushing on in their quest to qualify for Euro 2016 with a win over Finland.

Manager Michael O’Neill has spoken highly of his side, and admits the mood is good going into the match: “There is a fantastic spirit in the camp and we are all looking forward to the Finland game.”

Star striker Kyle Lafferty will be hoping to cause problems in front of goal having hit three in four qualifiers this campaign, and is 7/4 in the anytime market.

Romania V Faroe Islands
Anghel Iordănescu’s side are overwhelmingly odds-on at 1/7 to get the better of their visitors and sit top of Group F, seven points clear of their opponents. It is incomprehensible that Romania do anything but win this match, in front of what will be a hostile home crowd for the Faroe Islands to contend with.