Germany, Republic of Ireland & Portugal thrilling 3/1 all to win
As the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign continues, we bring you more sensational specials, featuring Germany, Republic of Ireland and Portugal all to win at a terrific 3/1 price. Keep reading to find out why this is such an outstanding offer.
Republic of Ireland v Georgia
Martin O’Neil’s side are heavily odds-on at 8/15 to beat Georgia in the usual matchday markets, following their comprehensive 4-0 victory over Gibraltar and as well as this, were successful in the reverse fixture last year, with a brace from Aiden McGeady. The attacker is 11/4 to net anytime, though it is prolific forward Robbie Keane who leads the way in terms of goals and has five for his side in qualifying.
O’Neil wants his side to dominate Georgia and said: “But I don’t think we’re capable anyway of sitting back and thinking that something is going to happen for us, we have to fight for everything.
“Georgia will come here with very little to lose and they are very dangerous indeed. It is very difficult for them to qualify, and that is dangerous.”
Scotland v Germany
Joachim Low’s side are dramatically odds-on at 4/9 to beat Scotland in the usual matchday markets and look really in the mood after a sensational performance over Poland which resulted in a 3-1 victory, thanks to a brace from Mario Gotze and one from Thomas Muller. The duo are both 6/5 in the anytime market. Low’s side also beat Scotland in the reverse match and look good value to do so again.
Albania v Portugal
Group I leaders Portugal go into this match odds-on favourites at 4/5 and with the untouchable Cristiano Ronaldo up front, goals from the visitors can be more than expected. Rising star Danilo Pereira is expected to start, and the midfielder who moved to Porto in the summer said: “Everything is happening very fast, but it has been a positive change in my life.
“I’m seizing the moment, because that is the only way I can grow as a player. This is the way for me. I want to be at the EURO and I will work for that. I have my own qualities as a player, different from others, and I feel that I am a valid option.”