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The popular Midlands based unit has announced it has a variety of live streams of plenty of games from the International friendly action this week available to watch through the Bet365 website, as the firm reports it is expecting a busy night ahead.
There are plenty of games for punters and fans from all around Europe to take in tonight as the creme of Europe goes up against each other.
England take on Scotland at Wembley in what is sure to be a game full of bite and promise, as Roy Hodgeson and England go head to head for the first time in 14 years.
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Just days before the start of the new Premier League season, the International season, an unwanted distraction for club managers, returns with Ireland making the short trip to Cardiff to face Wales.
Both sides will be looking to head into the autumn qualifiers with a win while for Wales there is the added incentive of a first win over the boys in green since 1992.
Chris Coleman’s side have had a mixed 2013 with wins over Scotland (2) and Austria offset by losses home and away to Croatia.
Ireland meanwhile have only lost once in their six outings in 2013, a too be expected defeat to World and European champions Spain on American soil in June.
The disastrous Euro 2012 campaign has been consigned to the past with Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni seemingly bowing to public demand and pushing through more emerging talent.
The likes of Ciaran Clarke, Seamus Coleman and Marc Wilson have all become key players in the starting 11 over the last 12 months although it’s the inclusion of Wes Hoolahan which has delighted the most.
Despite the game being a friendly Trapattoni has resisted the urge to experiment naming a strong side for the game.
Kieran Westwood, Coleman, John O’Shea, Clarke and Wilson form the back five with Glenn Whelan and James McCarthy in the middle of the field.
Creativity comes with the inclusion of Jon Walters and Hull’s Robbie Brady with Norwich play-maker Hoolahan playing in the hole behind Shane Long.
With campaign defining games with Sweden and Austria in the horizon Trapattoni is hoping for an impressive performance as he looks to build momentum ahead of the vital clashes.
Wales meanwhile have yet to name their team but will definitely be without talisman Gareth Bale, the Spurs man with one eye possibly on Madrid sitting out the game while Aaron Ramsey and James Collins are also out.
Rep of Ireland team to play Wales: Westwood (Sunderland); Coleman (Everton), Clark (Aston Villa), O’Shea (Sunderland), Wilson (Stoke); Walters (Stoke), McCarthy (Wigan), Whelan (Stoke), Brady (Hull); Hoolahan (Norwich); Long (West Brom)
Wales team to play Ireland (probable): Hennessey (Wolves), Gunter (Reading), Williams (Swansea), Gaddidon, Davies (Swansea), Collison (West Ham), Allen (Liverpool), Vaughan (Sunderland), Ledley (Celtic), Bellamy (Cardiff), Robson-Kanu (Reading)