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Euro 2016 Qualifying acca: Enjoy the international break with these selections

01 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Euro 2016 Qualifying acca: Enjoy the international break with these selections

Scotland, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland have great chances of victory on Friday - they form part of a very decent-looking five-fold

Evens – Scotland to beat Georgia

The Scots still have a decent chance of qualifying for the tournament, but they must win in Georgia to keep their hopes of a top-two finish alive.

Georgia have lost all three of their home games so far, scoring just once.

Gordon Strachan’s side have already travelled to Poland and Germany – conceding just six goals in their six qualification games – and should eke out a narrow win in Tbilisi.

8/13 – Northern Ireland to beat Faroe Islands

Second in Group F, Northern Ireland are in an excellent position and could be top at the end of Wednesday night.

Faroe Islands are an improved side – beating Greece home and away this campaign – but they lack quality when compared to Michael O’Neill’s side.

Having beaten Hungary and Greece away from home, the visitors will be confident travelling to Torshavn and should secure victory.

9/2 – Germany and Poland to draw

Poland are obviously underdogs, but a few things are in their favour.

Adam Nawalka’s team have not lost since March last year and are top of Group D. The Germans, meanwhile, have lost at home to Argentina and USA and drawn with Australia and Republic of Ireland in the last year.

The visitors won 2-0 last time these teams met and are more than capable of securing a draw in Frankfurt.

1/100 – Republic of Ireland to beat Gibraltar

Gibraltar are bottom of Group D with zero points and a minus-33 goal difference.

And while the Republic of Ireland have not been setting the qualification process alight, they are not going to struggle against these minnows.

The first meeting ended in a 7-0 victory and the Irish should be targeting a similar score this time around.

2/1 – Hungary and Romania to draw

Romania are unbeaten in their six qualification games and have conceded only once, securing clean sheets in three away matches.

Hungary have only scored five times in qualification and are without a win against their opponents since 1981 – a 10-game stretch.

This could be turgid and a share of the spoils seems likely.

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