As Paddy Power’s slogan suggests – “Guess Roo’s back?” – as this popular bookmaker announces the latest Paddy Power Money Back Specials, a live stream, free bets worth £250/€250 to pick up an a scintillating Wayne Rooney money back special.
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And the Irish firm are offering yet another fantastic money back special for England’s final Group D game against Ukraine.
With Rooney back from suspension Paddy are willing to refund all losing first goalscorer, last goalscorer, correct score & scorecast singles on the match.
The Manchester United striker has had to spend the opening two games of Euro 2012 watching from the side-lines but, as long as Roy Hodgson doesn’t go against his word, he returns to lead England’s attack.
The Three Lions have performed above expectations in Rooney’s absence, drawing with France before showing great character to come back from 2-1 down against Sweden to win 3-2.
Avoiding defeat here will guarantee their place in the quarter-finals but Hodgson will be looking to continue the positive momentum with a win, which can be backed at a best-priced 5/4 with Paddy Power.
Ukraine, who can still qualify if beating England, can be backed at 12/5 for the win, whilst the draw looks a big player at 23/10.
If England are to qualify as group winners then they will need to achieve a greater goal-difference than France, who play Sweden in the night’s other game. Punters have latched onto this and money has come in for England to thrash the Ukrainians.
Both 3-0 (20/1 Paddy Power) and 4-0 (50/1) have come in for some support.
With England’s talisman back to lead the line, the markets have been swamped with Rooney specials. Some of the more feasible ones include Rooney to score a hat-trick on his return, which can be backed at 33/1 with Paddy and Rooney to be shown a card at anytime in the match (3/1 Paddy Power).
For all of those thinking that Rooney won’t have learnt from his moment of madness in the qualification game against Montenegro, Paddy Power have chalked him up at 25/1 to be sent-off.