All of England, Wales, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland are involved in crucial Euro 2016 qualifying matches and to accompany the action Ladbrokes are on hand with some industry-best prices.
As of 8:00 a.m on the day of kick-off for each match, the bookmaker will not be beaten on their odds for all correct score and first goalscorer bets.
Details of when, where and how are posted below with a recommended bet to utilise these top prices offered, but by no means mandatory.
Wales v Belgium, 19:45 Friday – Click for T’s and C’s
These sides drew 0-0 in Brussels and are separated purely by goal difference ahead of their Cardiff clash in Group B. Owing to their star-studded ranks Marc Wilmots’ side will be heavy favourites, but possibly unjustifiably in the context of this group. Having also been held on the road in Bosnia, another tight match leading to the draw could well be on the cards.
Recommended Bet: 1-1 @ 7/1
Republic of Ireland v Scotland, 17:00 Saturday – Click for T’s and C’s
Having lost to Scotland 1-0 in Glasgow before drawing with early Group D pacesetters Poland, the pressure is on the Irish in this tasty-looking fixture. Given the frenetic nature of the contest in Scotland, it’s quite plausible that this Dublin clash will pan out in much the same way; high on energy and low on clear cut chances.
Recommended Bet: 1-0 Ireland @ 6/1
Slovenia v England, 17:00 Sunday – Click for T’s and C’s
A perfect record of five wins from five have given England a six-point cushion over their hosts in second, whom they defeated 3-1 at Wembley in Group E. The first scorer that day was skipper Wayne Rooney. The Three Lions talisman and penalty taker has already brought first-goal backers home the bacon three times in qualifying.
Recommended Bet: Rooney to score first @ 4/1
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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