The Irish bookmaker will also offer money back as a free bet if your stake loses, making this effectively a risk-free investment.
Germany have ground to make up if Joachim Low’s side want to top Group D. The World Cup winners will fancy their chances of getting past Georgia before willing Republic of Ireland to victory over group leaders Poland. Elsewhere, Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugual side can hoist themselves above Denmark with victory over their Group I opponents on Sunday evening. Finally, Euro 2004 champions Greece will hope to make home advantage count against Hungary. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 14/1 on Germany, Greece and Portugal to win.
The Borussia Dortmund man is in decent goal-scoring form for club and country. Marco Reus scored in a 2-2 draw with Australia last week. The Arsenal and Chelsea target has netted 10 times in 22 appearances for Dortmund and Germany so far this season. The Tipster likes the look of Reus to score any time at 8/15.
Elsewhere in Group D, the Republic of Ireland face Poland at The Aviva. Martin O’Neill’s side will be desperate to make amends for a disappointing defeat in Glasgow last time out. Poland, meanwhile, are expected to adopt a conservative approach to the game. The Tipster reckons under 2.5 goals is a must at 1/2.
The Real Madrid forward is a bit of an obvious choice but Ronaldo has proven to be Mr Reliable for Portugal in recent months. The 29-year-old has scored in two of his country’s last three games. Portugal have the chance to leapfrog Group I leaders Denmark with victory over Serbia on Sunday evening and Ronaldo will have a key role to play. The Tipster is backing Ronaldo to score any time at 4/5.
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