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The counties that are NOT backing Ireland against Bosnia revealed

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Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane won't be happy with Offaly or Longford gamblers
Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane won't be happy with Offaly or Longford gamblers

Ahead of the massive Euro 2016 play-off game tomorrow voting patterns show some counties in Ireland have no faith in the Boys in Green.

Paddy Power have published the details of where the money is going, county-by-county, and the difference in financial support for Martin O'Neill's men is staggering.

Ireland are 6/5 to qualify for the football festival in France next summer, while our opponents are a skinny 4/6 but that hasn't stopped some counties from backing our foes.

In Offaly, just four per cent of punters have backed the Boys in Green, with 96 per cent of the cash on Edin Dzeko and his mates.

Longford returns the same data, with 96 per cent of gamblers putting money on Bosnia.

However, just to prove there isn't a midlands bias to the Bosnians, Laois is almost split 50/50 with 46 per cent of punts on Ireland.

Less than one in three in the capital are backing green with 29 per cent of bets on Ireland in Dublin.

Cork have a majority of bets on Ireland, 55 per cent to 45 per cent, but the strongest support is coming from Ulster.

In fact, Donegal and Tyrone are definitely full of belief as 94 per cent of the money in those counties is on Ireland to quality.

The full interactive map can be viewed here and to see how our own Paul McGrath thinks the game will go, just click here.