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5/1 Germany to beat Scotland – Betfair New Customers

Scotland take on Germany in their vital 2016 European Championship qualifier tonight, basically drinking in last chance saloon for automatic qualification after Friday night’s 1-0 defeat away at Georgia.

If they thought beating Georgia was hard work, then the tasks aren’t getting any easier as they are at home to World Champions Germany tonight, and at a best price of 15/2, Scotland are massive outsiders.

The Germans are as short as 4/9 with some layers, unless you are looking to open a new Betfair account that is. Anybody opening a new Betfair account through this link can get enhanced odds of 5/1 on Germany to beat Scotland, and £100 in free bets. You will also get your money back as a free bet should Germany not win.

Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland side take on Georgia at home tonight in a fixture they will be expecting to win tonight. This means if Scotland lose – as expected – they will be a 4 points behind the Irish (if they beat Georgia tonight) with two games left to play.

Poland play Gibraltar later today, so with an almost guaranteed 3 points for the Poles, Scotland would also find themselves 6 points behind Poland with two games remaining in Group D, and needing a lot of results to go in their favour, just to get into third place.

All this highlights just what an awful result Friday night’s defeat for Scotland was.

Also for both new and existing Betfair customers, if you are having an accumulator on the football tonight, you will qualify for Betfair Acca Insurance, where you get money back as a free bet up to a maximum of £25.00 if one leg in your 5-fold acca bet lets you down.

If you are having an accumulator bet, always make sure you have some sort of acca insurance included. If your bookie doesn’t offer something, they are taking your custom for granted.

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