Ireland v Poland: choose your own money-back bet

The Republic of Ireland will be hosting Poland at the Dublin Arena on Sunday, March 29 in a crucial Group D Euro 2016 qualifying match. Poland enters the game as the group leaders with 10 points from four matches on three wins and a draw. They’ve scored 15 goals and allowed just two against. Ireland has seven points from two wins, a draw and a loss and have scored 10 goals while conceding three. They’re tied for second place in the group with Scotland and Germany.

The two sides have met 25 times in the past with Poland winning 10 games, Ireland taking six and the other nine ending in a draw. The last time they faced each other was in November of 2013 when the contest ended 0-0 in a friendly. They’ve met just twice in competitive games and they also ended in 0-0 draws. One match was in Dublin and the other in Poznan and they were both Euro 92 qualifiers. Ireland has won three of their past four competitive home contests at the Dublin Arena.

Poland is undefeated in group play and have won both away games by a combined score of 11-0. The team enters the game with 100 European Championship outings under their belt with a record of 41 wins, 28 draws and 31 losses in them. Sportsbook Betfair has several wagering offer for this important match. Punters can get a refund as a free bet up to 25 pounds/euros on losing Correct Score, Anytime Correct Score, First, Last or Anytime Goalscorer bets if their selected trigger occurs.

The options for this encounter are: Ireland wins and both teams score, more than 3.5 goals are scored in the game, a penalty kick is scored, Ireland is leading 1-0 at halftime, or Robert Lewandowski of Poland scores the game’s first goal. In addition, new customers to Betfair can get enhanced odds of 6/1 for the Republic of Ireland to win the match or7/1 for Poland to triumph. If your wager loses you’ll get your money back. Also, for every four 10 pound/euro wagers made you’ll receive a free 20-pound/euro bet up to 100 pounds/euros. The maximum wager is 10 pounds/euros. Please Click here for the full details.

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