Tonight is the eagerly awaited clash between Gordon Strachan’s Scotland, and Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland (Live on Sky Sports 5, 7.45pm Kick-Off), and just for good measure, the two former Celtic bosses will be facing each other at their former stomping ground, Celtic Park.
The outright winner match odds betting sees Scotland – as the home team – favourites, they are a best price of 29/20 with Winner. Republic of Ireland are a decent looking best price of 5/2 with Coral, and the draw is coming in at top price of 11/5 with bet365 (who are offering new customers a £200.00 Welcome Bonus).
The draw might not be a bad bet tonight after the bonus point Ireland gained with their remarkable 1-1 draw in Germany last month. Martin O’Neill might well decide not getting beat in Scotland is good enough, as he wouldn’t have been expecting to come back from Germany with anything.
Moving on to the new accounts offers for tonight’s match, and they come from Betfair, Boylesports and Winner.
Starting with Betfair, and anybody opening a new Betfair account here can get enhanced odds of either 7/1 on Scotland, or 5/1 on the Rep of Ireland, or your money back as a free bet if you lose.
Boylesports are offering New Mobile customers who open an account through this link a massive 5/1 on both teams to score in the fixture, this has been enhanced from Even money.
And finally onto Winner, and anybody opening a new Winner account here can get enhanced odds of either 5/1 on Scotland to win, or 7/1 on a Republic of Ireland victory.
As well as these magnificent offers on the Scotland/Ireland match, there is also a massive enhanced odds accumulator from Paddy Power available until 5pm today.
Anybody opening a new Paddy Power account through this link can get enhanced odds of 9/1 on Germany, Poland, Portugal and Greece, all to win.
Look at who these teams are playing to see the real value in this bet. Germany are 1/100 to beat Gibraltar, Portugal are 2/9 to beat Armenia, Greece are 2/11 to beat the Faroe Islands, with only Poland at 10/11 to win away in Georgia, looking anything like a competitive match. It’s basically Paddy Power giving you 9/1 on Poland winning!