Discussion in 'UEFA Euro 2016 Betting' started by Punter, Nov 13, 2014.
I'm all over Poland like a dug eating beans although it's a shame they've went odds against.
Scotland absolutely gubbed Georgia 1-0. It really should have been 4 or 5 before George almost grabbed an equaliser but they were never in it tbh. Scotland then grabbed a point v Poland but our keeper made a couple of great saves when they started pumping us.
Poland have beaten Germany 2-0 and beat Gilbralta 7-0. Georgia beat Gilbralta 3-0.
Poland looked a good team when we played them and Georgia did not. Hopefully it's that simple.
Well you've convinced me mate - I'm on
Good reasoning Kegs, i'm on too.
Oh ffs !!!!
Game kicks off at 5pm and I believe it's on sky (red button - most probably).
I forgot to mention Rep of Ireland beat Georgia 2-1 (I think) with a last minute winner but Ireland were piss poor. Fecking rank rotten.
Let's hope Robert Lewandowski bring his scoring boots
you've persuaded me as well keg , thanks
skysports 5 , that should keep me occupied early on
Georgia done ok in spells in the first half but where limited to shots from distance. Once the first one went it it was all over. Keeper had a few good saves but it should have really been 6 or 7.
Well done Kegs, cheers
It wasn't a tip as such but just pointing out a generous price from the bookies.
Nice on Keggers, I thought of you lol as soon as I heard the result.
Looked like a tip to me mate
Moved on from chips has he Kegs?
I enjoyed the Scotland v Ireland game, twas a typical British match with both teams giving everything but I have to say Scotland did deserve the victory over the full 90 mins.
I also like the way Scotland have changed their game plan under Mr Mcgoo with no more of the 'same old same old', It's good to see Strachan setting up like a Prem team and getting the most out of his Premiership players and Championship players like Maloney but you know what I mean as he was also a demon in the Prem.
I had my doubts about Strachan because he always comes across as a fool but I can't doubt his current tactics.
It just goes to show that letting players play the way they usually do pays dividends instead of fcuking and farting about because it's an 'International match' and playing at 2 mph thinking that's what International football is all about.
You have to play to your strengths no matter what rather than some alien system, England take note!.
Good call Kegman
Strachans tactics are a breath of fresh air. It looks like he doesn't give a shit and he'll set the team up like that against any team.
We have still Gilbralta to play home and away so that should be 6 points. If we could get a win in Georgia and a result in Dublin I reckon that would be good enough to guarantee the playoff spot.
I don't know what line up he'll play v England on Tuesday but I hope he goes for it. It would be good to see Hodgson playing his best 11 as well but I can't see it happening.
Cheers, Good Shout
Cheers - valuable input
thanks for the tip keg
I've been looking at Wales chances of qualifying[ 2nd] from their group and I reckon 18 points is what we need.
I'm making the assumption that it would be the same for Scotland so with two wins against Gibraltar it would require two further wins.
Just a couple of small ( ish ) bets today Wales @ 9/1 , no Kompany and Felliani playing , worth a punt ?
Read a view on Turkey being the worse team this particular reporter had seen in many a year , so looking at the draw @ 11/2.