Boylesports Specials for France vs Ireland

Updated: February 9, 2012

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Boylesports have announced their special deals for Ireland’s Six Nations match against France in the Six Nations on Saturday.

Despite losing the services of the influential Dimitri Yachvili and making four changes from last week, France are attracting the lion’s share of money ahead of Saturday’s match at the Stade de France.

Boylesports have seen the French heavily backed at 1/4, forcing them to cut their odds into 1/5 in the match betting. Ireland is receiving some support however in the handicap betting at +10 at 10/11.

With “Tip” tackles firmly back in the limelight, Boylesports are offering odds of 7/4 for one or more red cards to be issued for a dangerous tackle in the remainder of the Six Nations Championship this year. Odds of 4/7 are offered for a player from either side to be sin-binned during the Ireland-France clash.

Nicola McGeady, spokesperson for Boylesports said, “Ireland will be hurting from last week’s defeat to Wales but wins in Paris are few and far between and without Brian O’Driscoll the orchestrator of Ireland’s last win in Paris – it could be a very long afternoon for Declan Kidney’s side.”

Boylesports 6 Nations Match Betting
1/5 France 10/3 Ireland 25/1 Draw
3/1 Italy 2/9 England 25/1 Draw
1/10 Wales 11/2 Scotland 25/1 Draw

Boylesports 6 Nations Handicap Betting
10/11 France (-10) 10/11 Ireland (+10) 16/1 Draw
10/11 Italy (+8) 10/11 England (-8) 16/1Draw
10/11 Wales (-12) 10/11 Scotland (+12) 16/1 Draw

Boylesports Six Nations Specials
1/3 Sexton to score his first penalty in Paris
21/10 Sexton to miss his first penalty in Paris
1/3 Sexton to score his first conversion in Paris
21/10 Sexton to miss his first conversion in Paris
4/7 Any player to be sin-binned in the France v Ireland game
2/5 No red cards for dangerous tackles in the 2012 6 Nations
7/4 One or more red cards for dangerous tackles in the 2012 6 Nations

Match Bet: Earls vs Rougerie
10/11 Keith Earls
4/5 Aurelien Rougerie

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