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Specials for his weekend
1) England’s Harry Kane to score a hat-trick vs Czech Republic (was 16/1, now 32/1 – £10 bet returns £330)
Group A – Fri March 22 – 7.45pm
Why? England will be full of confidence coming into this one and the nation will be expecting an exciting display.
Kane will be the focus of the Three Lions forward line and will be happy playing at his club side’s home ground so could well turn on the style.
2) Portugal to score over 3.5 goals at home to Ukraine (was 13/2, now 26/2 – £10 bet returns £140)
Group B – Fri March 22 – 7.45pm
Why? Portugal won the Euros in 2016 and are always incredibly strong at home in this tournament.
Cristiano Ronaldo was on fire for Juventus in the Champions League last week, single-handedly firing his side through with a hat-trick. And we wouldn’t put it past him to lift his national side to a big win.
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3) France’s Paul Pogba to score and assist a goal away v Moldova (was 6/1, now 12/1 – £10 bet returns £130)
Group H – Fri March 22 – 7.45pm
Why? World Cup winners France face lowly Moldova in their Group H opener but Paul Pogba has been speaking out about how keen the group are get off to a winning start.
For that reason, we expect 26-year-old Paul Pogba to be at the heart of the action, flying forward and creating chances.
4) Robbie Brady to score from outside the box for Republic of Ireland vs Gibraltar (was 7/1, now 14/1 – a £10 bet returns £150)
Group D – Sat March 23 – 5pm
Why? Mick McCarthy’s first game in charge comes against the minnows of Gibraltar and everyone who starts will fancy getting on the scoresheet.
Robbie Brady has a decent scoring record for his club for a midfielder and we reckon he’s worth a punt in this kind of fixture.
5) Italy’s Fabio Quagliarella to score in both halves vs Finland (was 11/1, now 22/1 – a £10 bet returns £230)
Group J – Sat March 23 – 7.45pm
Why? Italy are going through a funny period at the moment but we expect them to do the business in their opener.
Boss Roberto Mancini has left out Mario Balotelli in favour of Sampdoria striker Fabio Quagliarella and with that kind of backing, we fancy him to step up and deliver a brace.