International Football : Ireland v Poland, Sweden v Argentina, Wales v Austria pick of ties available online

Sweden Argentina, Portugal v Ecuador, Ireland v Poland, Norway Ukraine, Romania Australia, Wales Austria odds & live streaming service is available for punters and fans, Bet365 announces today.

The UK based firm reports that it is televising games from the international coupon live on their website tonight.

The Stoke based unit has recently released new technology on the site, enabling punters and fans alike to watch the games in HD live streaming through the Bet365 website.

There are lots of international friendly matches taking place on Wednesday evening and a lot of games look like being very entertaining fixtures.

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Republic of Ireland face a tough test at home to Poland in one of the pick of the matches on Wednesday.

Giovanni Trapattoni seems to be putting his trust in a number of youngsters for this one and could give a few players their chance to shine on the international stage.

Poland are a very good side though, so Ireland must be at their best and look to stop the likes of Robert Lewandowski this week.

The home team are considered the slight favourites for this one as they are at 7/5 to win this one.

Wales host Austria at the Millennium Stadium and although they are the underdogs at 17/10 to win here, should still be confident of a result.

Gareth Bale is in quite superb form at the moment and he might be the man that makes all the difference in this one. If he gets on the ball and runs at the Austria defence, they won’t be able to handle him.

The Austrians are a well organised outfit and although they don’t have a stand-out name like Bale, they do have a side full of experienced internationals.

Scotland are also on home soil on Wednesday evening as they entertain Estonia in what is Gordon Strachan’s first match in charge of the team.

Strachan knows he has a massive job on his hands as this Scotland side is massively underachieving. He simply must get off to winning ways to give Hampden Park something to cheer about and if the hosts put in a decent performance, they will have no problem in coming out on top.

This is reflected in the odds for the game as well as the Scots are a 4/7 shot, so the bookmakers clearly fancy them to win at Hampden.

Northern Ireland head to Malta and after their spirited performance in Portugal recently, should be confident of claiming a victory here.

Argentina make the journey to Sweden in what looks to be a cracking 90 minutes of action between two very good teams.

Sweden of course have Zlatan Ibrahimovic at their disposal, who has been in fine form for his country and club, Paris Saint Germain, this campaign.

Argentina’s squad is full of quality, but the man many will be watching is Lionel Messi. The Barcelona number-ten has really improved his form for Argentina in the last year or so and it is no surprise that he is at 3/1 to score first here.

Portugal are in action as well as they host Ecuador in a match that the home team will be expecting to win comfortably, especially if Cristiano Ronaldo is on top of his game.

A couple of other notable matches see Ukraine head to Norway and Czech Republic host Turkey.

It looks set to be a bumper night of action with some top-class teams and some of the world’s best players on show.

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