Ireland Shorten To Qualify For Euro 2016
The Republic Of Ireland left it late to record a victory over Georgia in their opening game of the Group D Euro 2016 qualifiers.
As a result of their three point gain, the Boys in Green have hardened to qualify for Euro 2016 in France.
Martin O’Neill’s boys have been cut into 4/7 from 5/6 to qualify and are now 11/1 from 12/1 to win Group D. World Champions, Germany, are red hot favourites at 1/12 to win the group following their 2-1 win over Scotland, having been initially priced at 1/8.
We’ve priced up a Group D – Betting without Germany market which sees the Republic of Ireland priced at 6/4 with Poland heading the betting at 6/5. Scotland can be backed at 5/2 whilst its 250/1 Bar.