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Martin O'Neill's side will have been disappointed to have only taken a point from their opening game against Sweden. The Boys in Green took the lead but were pegged back by an own goal which gave the Swedes a share of the points but the underdogs could land a huge priced winner by getting the better of Belgium in the first game of the day.
All is clearly not well in the Belgian camp, defensive injuries and a lack of attacking cohesion mean Marc Wilmots' team are far from their imposing best and at 15/1 (16.0), those who believe there's even a chance of Ireland securing an upset may be tempted to avail of this huge offer.
Austria were plenty of people's dark horses coming into this tournament but their hopes were dealt a massive blow by Hungary, who ran out 2-0 winners on Tuesday. Marcel Koller's men now face the significant task of trying to get something from Portugal, who will feel they have a point to prove too.
A 1-1 draw with Iceland was far from an ideal start for Fernando Santos' side but given their attacking options, they look worthy favourites, especially considering how poor Austria were in their opening game. With Cristiano Ronaldo determined to drive his side through the competition, it could be a long afternoon for the underdogs. Odds on quotes will be acceptable for some punters but this option to take 7/1 (8.0) will significantly increase the potential returns.
This double will appeal to those who believe the two big favourites will do the business. Belgium are around 4/5 (1.80) to beat Ireland and while their defeat to Italy was a disappointing blow, it's undeniable that they do have the squad to cause any team problems. Injury has denied O'Neill of Jon Walters for this game and the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard will be determined to turn things around immediately.
Portugal (17/20) are being well backed to see off Austria so far today and it's understandable to see why given the dismal performance the underdogs put in previously. For all the frustration with their draw with Iceland, the Iberian side did have the majority of the chances and if they can be a litle more clinical in front of goal it could be another tough task for their opposition.
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