The black and gold boys at bwin.com towers have bundled together a range of Combi + bonus multiples for the last of October’s Euro 2016 qualifiers, with between 10-30% higher odds bequeathed on punters who can land one.
We’ve cast our glims over what’s on offer and found a couple of cracking wagers to get you through the night. The first has been boosted from 9/1, the second from just over 4s.
Ireland, Hungary and Northern Ireland all not to lose @ 10/1
Faroe Islands have only won four games over the past decade, so Hungary look fairly safe despite being on the road.
Northern Ireland are top of Group F after beating both of the aforementioned countries, while their next opponents Greece have one point from their first two mini-league matches.
The Green and White Army have pulled some cracking qualifying results out of the bag in recent seasons, including draws on the road against Israel and Portugal. They should fear nothing from Claudio Ranieri’s side.
As for the other Ireland, who also have six points from two fixtures so far, there could hardly be a better time for them to be facing a Germany outfit clearly doubting itself.
Martin O’Neill’s men’s 7-0 stroll against Gibraltar provided plenty of scope for resting key personnel, while Joachim Low’s World Cup winners gave everything in attempting to prevent a first ever loss to Poland, eventually going down 2-0 in Warsaw.
A share of the spoils should be a realistic target for the Boys in Green at Schalke’s Veltins-Arena.
Gibraltar, Faroe Islands and Serbia matches all to be over 2.5 goals @ 5/1
A pair of 7-0 losses in competitive international football speaks volumes about Gibraltar, whose defensive performance last time out against Ireland ranks as one of the worst ever. Georgia aren’t the most prolific opponents, but they should hurdle this bar on their own.
Similarly, three of the Faroe Islands’ past four home competitive fixtures have seen the other side score at least three, so Hungary should have plenty of chances to fill their boots.
Serbia v Albania is the biggest price of the three individually at 6/5 and looks the hardest to call, but the hosts have recent history of being involved in high-scoring home matches.
Branislav Ivanovic and co thrashed Wales and Macedonia 6-1 and 5-1 respectively in World Cup 2014 qualifying, with the latter one of two home results prior to a 1-1 friendly draw with France last month that produced nine strikes combined.