Andrews upbeat over Ireland chances
Keith Andrews says Ireland go to Euro 2012 with the aim of at least getting out of Group C, despite facing Spain, Italy and Croatia.
The Republic have been drawn in a very tough group in Poland and Ukraine and face Croatia first before a big clash against World and current European champions Spain. A final group game against Italy then follows, by which time Giovanni Trapattoni's side will hope to still be in contention to progress out of the tough group. West Brom midfielder Andrews is one, though, who believes they can upset the odds and go through. "We are going there full of confidence. We have qualified from a tough group, come through a tough qualifier and we are certainly going there to come out of that group," he said. Bearing in mind Andrews' confidence, punters could be tempted to use their free bet to back Ireland to make it through.