The Irish bookmaker will also refund your stake as a free bet if the selection loses, making this effectively a risk-free investment.
Portugal take on Denmark on Tuesday night and are currently the favourites to secure victory at odds of around 13/10.
Denmark head into Tuesday’s Group I clash in Copenhagen following their 1-1 draw in Albania on Saturday, and the Portuguese will pose a much tougher assignment for Morten Olsen’s men.
Meanwhile, 2004 champions Greece host Northern Ireland, with the home side 4/7 favourites to beat the visitors.
Although the hosts have only a point to their name so far, they will be desperate to get their campaign up and running with victory on Tuesday.
Poland welcome Scotland to Warsaw on the back of a famous 2-0 victory over world champions Germany in their last outing. The Poles are currently priced as the 17/20 favourites to win.
Serbia are also the heavy favourites to win their Euro 2016 qualifier when they host Albania, and are currently available at odds of around 8/15.
Backing all of these four teams in an accumulator would attract odds of around 10/1 with most bookmakers, so Paddy Power’s price boost to 28/1 is certain to tempt plenty of punters into a flutter before kick-off on Tuesday night.
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