Ireland v Austria: Claim an Enhanced Odds Deal at 10/1 on Ireland this Sunday

Ireland vs. Austria

It’s a weekend full of crucial world cup qualifiers coming up and over in Group D, Sunday’s clash at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin could have a great bearing on who progresses and makes it to the tournament in Russia next year.

Ireland are currently in second place, level on points with leaders Serbia who host Wales on the same day so victory is vital if Martin O’Neill’s men are to keep up the pressure. With the help of home advantage, the Irish are favourites to take the points at a general price of around 13/10 across the sportsbooks but, with this new customer offer from Paddy Power, that could rise all the way up to 10/1.

It’s a promotion for new customers only so, if you don’t already hold an account with this bookmaker, here’s what you need to do if you want to claim it.

Sign Up

The sign up process at Paddy Power is quick and easy and should take no more than a couple of minutes. When complete, you will be taken to the cashier where you should deposit a minimum of £10.00 via a debit or credit card. Those funds should be made available straight away and at this point, you can stake between £5.00 and £10.00 on Ireland winning this game.

If you are successful and O’Neill’s men come away with the three points, returns at Paddy Power’s book price – currently 13/10- will arrive as cash into your account while the balance up to that 10/1 figure comes back as free bet tokens and you have 30 days to use these before they expire.

Please check all terms and conditions before going ahead.

Out in Front

Ireland are favourites but they are odds against with a best price on offer of 27/20 from SportingBet on the standard markets. The draw, meanwhile, can be picked up at 57/25 with Marathonbet with a win for Austria available at 5/2 with 188Bet.

The teams have already met in this group, with a solitary James McClean goal giving Ireland the points in November so that is a good sign. The Irish also have a four point gap over Sunday’s opponents and a noisy Dublin crowd should also give them an edge.

The result is by no means guaranteed but Ireland already have some value at that book price of around 13/10 so, if you were looking to take a punt on Martin O’Neill’s side, this 10/1 new customer price boost from Paddy Power is definitely one to consider.

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