Greece and the Republic of Ireland will clash in a European Qualifier on Friday night /with both sides having a game in hand to play on those around them after playing just one game last international break.
Ireland played against France and lost in Dublin that night back in March by a 1-0 scoreline. It leaves them down in fourth and adrift of Greece by three points in second after the latter defeated Gibraltar in an easy win back in March.
France also sit top of the table by three points above Greece and six above Ireland. What's more, with the Netherlands also in this group, it does mean both Greece and Ireland will struggle in Group B.
1+ shot on target each team in each half is up at 1/1 in this game and Evan Ferguson to score is at 4/1 - Ferguson was Brighton's joint second-highest scorer this season with 10 goals from 25 appearances. Anastasios Bakasetas to score is priced at 7/2 and Bakasetas has scored in both of his last two appearances for Greece and has 6 goals in his last 10 international matches.
Troy Parrott 2+ shots on target is at 5/1 after another impressive season for him on loan from Tottenham Hotspur. Once again, however, Ireland sit as the underdog in this game at 13/5 compared to Greece's 11/10 price.
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