Tuesday night sees the Republic of Ireland play host to Kazakhstan in the final Group C match in the World Cup qualifiers.
With qualification not possible, Ireland will be playing for pride and are red hot favourites at 1/3 to record a victory whilst Kazakhstan are on offer at 8/1, with Boylesports pricing a draw at 15/4.
Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker has installed Ireland at Evens to score in both halves whilst Robbie Keane, who missed the game against Germany, is 11/4 to open the scoring for the Boys in Green.
Anthony Stokes, who is in tremendous form with Celtic, is available at 10/3 to open the scoring whilst Kevin Doyle, who scored the winning goal the last time the two sides met, is on offer at 4/1.
On that occasion, Ireland recorded a 2-1 victory and the same result is already proving popular with punters at 8/1.
Leon Blanche, Head of Communications at Boylesports said “Punters certainly think that Ireland will win on Tuesday night with the Boys in Green proving popular having been supported from 4/11 into 1/3.”
He added “Republic of Ireland Half-Time/Full-Time is proving popular with punters and if the money continues to come in, then the current 3/4 that is on offer will surely dry up.”