The next round of Euro 2016 qualifiers start on Friday and we have hand picked a great 7/1 fourfold accumulator from the eight games taking place.
The Euro action returns with a vengeance this evening with the next round of qualifying matches. Will there be the usual surprises this weekend? One thing is for sure, we are in for a thrilling weekend of top quality action, starting with Georgia v Poland.
Poland away win to Georgia ( Evens )
This is the curtain raiser for this weekend’s international Euro action and Poland are firmly expected to prevail in this match and seal the points.
The Poles have enjoyed a measure of success in the qualifying matches, not least their excellent 2-0 victory over reigning world champions Germany in October. They will be desperate to cement their lead at the top of the Group D table tonight and we feel that they will manage that with ease.
Finland Draw/Double chance v Hungary ( 4/6 )
Finland and Hungary have started their Group F campaign in similar fashion and they occupy both middle positions in the table as we enter this round.
Northern Ireland defeated Hungary in their previous match and we feel that Finland will avoid a defeat against a Hungarian side who have been relatively inconsistent to date in this competition. With a 2-1 win in a recent friendly in Budapest, Finland can at the very least expect a share of the spoils tonight.
Romania to triumph against Northern Ireland ( 8/13 )
The Northern Irish have enjoyed an excellent start to their qualifying campaign with nine points from three games in Group F, however we feel that their perfect record will be ended in Bucharest this evening.
Romania are arguably the strongest side in the group and we expect them to stamp their authority on this match at an early stage of proceedings.
Republic of Ireland Draw/Double chance v Scotland at Celtic Park ( 4/7 )
There isn’t a lot to choose between these two teams, however we expect the luck of the Irish to prevail in Glasgow and Scotland are worth opposing.
Ireland are firing on all cylinders under Martin O’Neill and will be in high spirits following their surprise draw against Germany and are more than capable of leaving with at least a point for their troubles.