Republic of Ireland 3/1 to grab vital 3 points against Austria

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Updated: September 10, 2013

Austria play host to the Republic of Ireland team on Tuesday night and with both teams locked on eleven points in Group C, Trapattoni’s men will definitely need to get a result in Vienna in order to keep the 2014 World Cup dream alive.

Boylesports has installed Austria as the 10/11 favourites to win the match whilst Republic of Ireland are 3/1 to bounce back from their defeat to Sweden with a draw priced at 12/5.

Robbie Keane, who netted Ireland’s only goal against Sweden, is 7/1 to open the scoring whilst Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker is offering 11/4 that he outscores Austria’s Marc Janko (2/1).

Leon Blanche, Head of Communications at Boylesports said “Ireland really need to bag a result against Austria in order to keep any chance of World Cup 2014 qualifying alive.

He added “Robbie Keane who got Ireland off to a great start against Sweden, is 7/1 to score the first goal whilst the LA Galaxy striker is 15/8 to score anytime.

Match Betting

9th September                                                Home  Draw   Away

Austria V Republic of Ireland                          20/21   12/5     14/5

Handicap

Austria (-1) 11/4

Tie (-1) 12/5

Republic of Ireland (+1) 4/5

To win both halves

Austria 5/1

Republic of Ireland 14/1

Player Match Bets

Janko 2/1 Tie 10/11      Keane 11/4

Hosiner  15/8    Tie  8/11    Long  4/1

Harnik  7/2    Tie 4/11     Walters  5/1

Both Players Must Start For Match Bet To Stand.

1st Goalscorer

Marc Janko 5/1

Philipp Hosiner 5/1

Andreas Weimann 13/2

Martin Harnik 7/1

Marcel Sabitzer 7/1

Robbie Keane  7/1

Marko Arnautovic 15/2

Guido Burgstaller 8/1

Andreas Ivanschitz 9/1

Shane Long 9/1

David Alaba 10/1

Jonathan Walters 10/1

Conor Sammon 11/1

Anthony Pilkington 12/1

Simon Cox 12/1

James Mcclean 14/1

Robert Brady   14/1

Wesley Hoolahan 14/1

18/1 Bar

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