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Northern Ireland the biggest odds in this Euro 2016 multiple

| 07.09.2015

With eight 2016 qualifiers taking place on Monday, there is the opportunity to rake in the profit from an accumulator.

By placing a fivefold or upward accumulator with Ladbrokes on the matches, customers will have their losing stake refunded if the multiple is busted by one of the selections. Full terms and conditions are explained here.

With this promotion in mind, here is a promising fivefold that returns over £57 from a £5 stake.

Poland v Gibraltar

Adding 1/100 shots to a football accumulator isn’t going to boost profits by any significant amount but there is virtually no way that Poland won’t win this.

Gibraltar have lost all seven qualifiers so far, scoring one goal and conceding 38. Poland won 7-0 in Gibraltar a year ago.

Scotland v Germany

Click here to see a full preview of this Group D tussle, but the general gist is that with Scotland having to win, there will be lots of space for Germany’s creative attackers to take advantage of.

Despite Scotland being tough to beat at home, Germany’s World Cup winners look a fair price at 4/9.

Northern Ireland v Hungary

Mentality will be critical for Northern Ireland as a victory will ensure their qualification for a European Championship finals for the first time, having previously failed on 13 occasions.

They scored twice late to kick off their Group F campaign with a 2-1 success in Hungary, but the Hungarians are no pushovers on the road, already winning in Finland and taking a point from Romania.

Expect chances to be at a minimum here and under 2.5 goals looks extremely hard to oppose. However, Northern Ireland are fancied to pinch a win at 13/8.

Romania v Greece

Greece have played nine matches in the last 12 months and scored a total of two goals, one to secure a draw in Finland and the other in a losing effort in the Faroe Islands. It is safe to say the current side is a shadow of that which triumphed at Euro 2004.

Qualification for Euro 2016 is already out of reach, while a success for Romania could put them a point shy of a top-two finish, depending on other results.

Romania look solid value at 8/11 to triumph.

Albania v Portugal

Revenge will be on the minds of Portugal after they were surprisingly beaten 1-0 at home by Albania in the first round of Group I matches.

Granted though that Portugal team were missing a host of regular first teamers including Cristiano Ronaldo and failed to capitalise on 19 chances, while giving up only two in 90 minutes to their visitors.

Expect Portugal to avoid being so generous this time.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.