Euro 2016 accumulator: Portugal and Poland set for success
This weekend offers a rare chance to take in some competitive summer football action with a full schedule of Euro 2016 qualifiers.
With so many games to be played the weekend also represents a chance to flex your accumulator muscles during the off-season.
Below are Ladbrokes News’ top five picks for Saturday’s matches paying out at a healthy 32/1.
And with the return of Ladbrokes’ famous 5+ Acca offer – where your stake is returned if just one side lets you down – there’s even more incentive to get involved in the action*.
Michael O’Neill’s side are riding high in second at present, losing just two of their last 12 home qualifiers.
However, Group A table toppers Romania are unbeaten in nine and have lost just two of 30 qualifiers on the road and will fancy their chances against a side that has won just seven of their last 49 matches in all competitions.
Portugal have stuttered to victory over Armenia in the past, winning only once by more than one goal, but with Fernando Santos’ side winning four of their last five there is only one winner here.
Armenia have lost seven and drawn one of their last eight games and though they will make Portugal work for the win the visitors can bank on three points.
Georgia have won just two of their last 24 away qualifiers – against Gibraltar and the Faroe Islands – and will be looking for mercy from Group D leaders Poland.
As the 4-0 scoreline in the reverse fixture shows, however, Adam Nawalka’s side are unlikely to show any.
Poland have lost just one of their last 11 and will breeze past Georgia at the Stadion Narodowy.
Gibraltar have lost all of their qualifiers to date with 7-0 – the worst scoreline – appearing twice.
Germany may have stopped at four last time but the win at 1/200 is a foregone conclusion. Much better odds can be had on Mario Gotze to score and if he steps on the pitch he surely will.
Serbia have won just one of their last six qualifiers away from home, while Denmark have won seven of their last eight at home.
With Morten Olsen’s men running out 3-1 winners in the reverse fixture, home comfort should only mean a more comfortable victory this time round.
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