Republic of Ireland vs Poland Preview and Line Up Prediction: Draw 1-1 at 5/1
The Republic of Ireland and Poland will play their next Euro 2016 qualification match at Aviva Stadium on Sunday, 29th March.
The teams last played in 2013 and the game ended in a goalless draw. Prior to that, in the same year, The Republic of Ireland beat Poland 2 – 0.
The Republic of Ireland is currently fourth in Group D with 7 points having won 2 games, drawn 1 and lost 1. They are tied for points with Germany and Scotland who are in positions two and three respectively.
Poland is top of Group D with 10 points having won 3 games and drawn 1. They are three points above Germany.
A 1 – 1 draw is the most likely outcome of the match with William Hill and Bet365 offering odds of 11/2 and 5/1 respectively.
Predicted Line Ups:
Republic of Ireland: Given, Christie, Pearce, Clark, Brady, Pilkington, Quinn S, Meyler, Stokes, McGoldrick, Murphy.
Poland: Boruc, Jodlowiec, Olkowski, Cionek, Glik, Jedrzejczyk, Krychowiak, Zielinski, Rybus, Kucharczyk, Lewandowski.
William Hill Odds: 6/4 Republic of Ireland to Win, 2/1 for a Draw and 21/10 Poland to Win
Bet365 Odds: 7/5 Republic of Ireland to Win, 11/5 for a Draw and 2/1 Poland to Win