Euro 2016: Poland and Portugal bankers in latest accumulator
The feast of International football gets underway this Friday and Ladbrokes News is banking on getting the weekend off to a winning start with the first of our many European Championship qualifying accumulators in the next few days.
First up we have Poland, Finland, Portugal and a draw between rivals Scotland and Ireland in a fourfold priced at 22/1 with Ladbrokes.
Read on to find out why you don’t want to miss out on backing our latest accumulator…
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Poland have made a promising unbeaten start to their qualification campaign and sit at the top of Group D after three matches.
With Ireland, Scotland and Germany breathing down their necks in the race for Euro 2016 its important the Poles pick up three points against a Georgia side who have just one win from their last six matches at home.
The Finns are unbeaten in their last five matches on the road and head into the clash with Hungary full of confidence after victory over the same opponents in a friendly back in March.
Northern Ireland caused an upset when beating Hungary 2-1 at the Groupama Arena back in September and Finland, who are unbeaten on their last two trips to Budapest, will be fired up to solidify their place in the Group F standings.
Cristiano Ronaldo got Portugal’s Euro 2016 qualifying campaign back on track with his last-gasp winner against Denmark and they look a good bet to continue their march towards the tournament with victory over Armenia.
The Armenians are without a win in their last six matches and Fernando Santos’ side, who have Ronaldo fit to start, should possess too much quality.
With both sides evenly matched and this game crucial in their hopes of qualifying for Euro 2016 it could be a tight affair up in Glasgow.
Already tipped up as one of the best bets for the action at Celtic Park by Jack Beresford, a draw between two of Europe’s improving teams would help boost our coffers if not Gordon Strachan and Martin O’Neill’s respective moods as they bid to guide their team to qualification for France.
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