AN easy winner in Play Off 1 for Gavin Murphy (@GamePlanGavin), now he’s back with a bet on the Friday match.
Bosnia v Ireland | Friday 19:45 | Sky Sports 1
Euro 2016 qualification gathers pace on Friday as Republic of Ireland travel to Bosnia in an intriguing match up. In my view Bosnia is one of the tougher venues to visit and Martin O’Neil’s green army will be looking to keep things tight and remain in the tie ahead of the return leg. Group games in Bosnia averaged 4.4 cards per match. Away games for Ireland also averaged 4.4.
German whisteblower Felix Brych gets the job of keeping these two teams in check. He averages four cards per game this season in the Bundesliga. His last two Champions League games had six cards in each.
I wouldn’t be confident to go less than four cards in this game given what is at stake but frankly if Brych dished out seven or more then I’d be shocked.
To me, with both teams averaging 4.4 cards per game and the referee averaging four the percentage play is to back between 4-6 cards with William Hill. That gives us nice margin for error and at 19/20 I’m getting involved.
Bosnia v Ireland – Between 4-6 Cards (19/20 William Hill)
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