So, the waiting is nearly over as the Three Lions of England take on Wales in this Group B and there’s good news with a range of very attractive free bet offers to take advantage of.
There’s the chance to make a few quid with some juicy promotions thrown about for the big game and we have selected only the best here at Caughtoffside.com.
Here’s how to bet on the game Risk Free!
Paddy Power : Offer 16/1 on Wales to win + Money Back if You Lose!
These two offers are a great way of bagging a juicy return without losing as its possible to get your money back if your bet loses.
If you take up Ladbrokes offer for example, taking the 6/1 on the England win then a £10 stake would return £70 (stake included).
Or, if you prefer top take Paddy Power’s offer of 16/1 on the Welsh win, your return would be £170 (stake included).
If the match ends in a draw then your money is refunded (as a free bet) so the risk is certainly diminished and you could well be sitting pretty come 5pm!
The country is set to come to a standstill as these two sides battle it out in Group B, and after a disappointing opener, its Roy Hodgson’s England side which will be desperate for the three points and a win to get their Euro 2016 off and running.
A last minute equaliser from Russia’s Vasili Berezutski really knocked the stuffing out of England and left the side with a bitter taste in their mouth after things had been running oh so smoothly after Eric Dier’s superb 73rd minute free kick.
Roy Hodgson’s men will certainly need to be on their guard as the Welsh camp will be full of confidence coming into the game, and as the underdogs, will certainly have nothing to lose.
Chris Coleman’s side got off to the perfect start, beating Slovakia 2-1 in their Group B opener thanks to another wonder strike from Gareth Bale, a result which sent the Welsh Dragon into flight and fans into Euro delight.
Predictably England are the well backed favourites, and once again that ‘favourite’ tag could well weigh heavily on the side as the pressure and expectation once again mounts on a side that on paper promises so much.
Wales on the other hand may not have the better ‘players’ but they could certainly have the better ‘team’ and in Gareth Bale certainly have the one outstanding player in the match. Both Bale and Aaron Ramsey have stoked the flames this week regarding the ‘passion’ of both sides, but really both sets of teams are certain to be up for the game come 2pm.
The Welsh will certainly look once more to their talisman for inspiration and at 16/1 to score a freekick attracts plenty of attention from punters.
In reality this is a must win for England having only mustered a disappointing draw in their opener, and with Wales already having three points on the board in Group B, Chris Coleman’s side would certainly take the draw.
Whatever the outcome, strap yourselves in and take it all in.
These games don’t come around very often! Enjoy!