Betting Tips for the Smart Punter

Northern Ireland can frustrate Poland

Northern Ireland face Poland in Nice on Sunday afternoon and we’re backing them to come away with at least a point. We smashed a 29/10 bet on France v Romania last night and we’re ready to kick on with more EURO 2016 profits!

It’s Northern Ireland’s first major tournament in 30 years and their manager Michael O’Neill deserves huge credit for the team he has built. It’s a settled side with an emphasis on keeping it solid at the back. They rarely concede and are more than capable of nicking a goal or two at the other end.

Poland of course do have the excellent Robert Lewandowski leading the line, but if they can starve the Bayern Munich star of chances then they have every chance of taking a point or more from this opener.

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There has been a lot of support in the last few weeks for Croatia to perform well in France and the markets have reflected that in their opener against Turkey.

Croatia are 6/5 for the win, but we reckon that’s a bit short and the value lies elsewhere. Fatih Terim’s side are stronger than the money suggests and we think the Draw is the stand out bet.

Germany have not had a great build up to the tournament with injuries to Ilkay Gundogan and Marco Reus, plus Mats Hummels is yet to return to full fitness. They’ve been conceding goals in their last half dozen matches and look very open at the back.

That’s why were backing Andriy Yarmolenko to score for Ukraine. The Dynamo Kiev forward is in red hot form with 3 goals in his last 3 games for his country.

However, the German have extraordinary talent going forward and should be able to overcome Ukraine and take the 3 points. Back a German win with Die Mannschaft letting a goal in too.

NORTHERN IRELAND +0.5 Goals (v Poland) 1 pt WIN @ 6/5 BET HERE

DRAW (Turkey v Croatia) 1 pt @ 9/4 BET HERE

GERMANY To Win & Both Teams To Score (v Ukraine) 1 pt WIN @ 27/10 BET HERE

ANDRIY YARMOLENKO To Score (v Germany) 1 pt WIN @ 16/5 BET HERE

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