Betting tips: Get enhanced odds of 28/1 on Portugal, Poland, Serbia and Greece

New Paddy Power customers can get enhanced odds of 28/1 on Poland, Greece, Portugal and Serbia to win on Tuesday

The Tipster
By The Tipster
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The Tipster is looking forward to the final instalment of Euro 2016 qualifiers on Tuesday night, and new Paddy Power customers can get enhanced odds of 28/1 on Greece, Poland, Portugal and Serbia to win their games.

The Irish bookmaker will refund all losing stakes as a free bet as part of this exclusive offer.

Anyone without a Paddy Power account can get the special odds by opening one through this link before kick-off at 19:45 BST on Tuesday.

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Poland, Portugal, Serbia and Greece to win – 28/1

Poland are fresh from a huge 2-0 victory over Germany, so Gordon Strachan’s Scotland side face a tough test in Warsaw on Tuesday night. Their British neighbours, Northern Ireland, are tasked with beating Greece in Athens, too. A difficult task. Meanwhile, in Group I, Serbia are firm favourites to beat Albania, while Portugal will fancy their chances of getting a result against Denmark. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 28/1 on Poland, Greece, Portugal and Serbia to win.

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Over 2.5 goals and Germany to beat Rep of Ireland – 8/11

Few will give Martin O’Neill’s men a chance against the world champions, but the Tipster doesn’t expect a one-sided result on Tuesday night. Germany were unconvincing as they beat Scotland before a 2-0 loss to Poland at the weekend. Ireland are fresh from an 7-0 victory over Gibraltar, so confidence is high! The Tipster likes the look of over 2.5 goal and Germany to win at 8/11.

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Both teams to score in Germany v Rep of Ireland – 11/10

Will Robbie Keane start on Tuesday night? It is the big question from an Irish perspective after the Irish captain’s hat-trick against Gibraltar. O’Neill’s side have already scored nine goals in two Euro 2016 qualifiers which is a marked improvement on the Giovanni Trapattoni era. The Tipster fancies Ireland to find the net against a German side that has conceded three goals in two games, including against Scotland. Both teams to score is 11/10.

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Scotland to score a goal v Poland – 4/6

Like Ireland, Scotland have given a good account of themselves in the current qualifying campaign so far. Strachan’s side pushed the world champions all the way in September despite being reduced to 10 men as Ikechi Anya found the back of the net. Scotland were 1-0 winners against Georgia on Saturday night. The Tipster likes the look of Scotland to score against Poland at 4/6.

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The long shot: Northern Ireland to beat Greece – 11/2

The Tipster loves a punt, so it is no surprise that his long shot is Northern Ireland to beat Greece. Michael O’Neill’s men are top of qualifying group F after back-to-back wins against Hungary and Faroe Islands. In particular, their 2-1 win away at Hungary was impressive. Greece, meanwhile, are yet to secure three points. Northern Ireland to secure another famous win on their travels is worth a punt at 11/2.

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