Coral New Customer Offer: Netherlands and Belgium both win at 6/1
It’s the international football break, and benevolent bookmaker Coral celebrate the exciting action on Saturday evening by offering new customers a chance to win big with enhanced odds of 6/1 for both the Netherlands and Belgium to win.
The double carries a maximum stake of £5 and, even if you lose, you will get a £20 free bet with offer set to run from Friday 19:46 GMT until kick-off on Saturday 19:45 GMT.
This bet is all the more enticing given the fact that these European giants are playing at home, and are heavy odds-on favourites in their respective Euro 2016 qualifiers against lesser footballing nations Cyprus and Turkey.
Here are more reasons why you shouldn’t miss out on this offer…
In Turkey’s last five meetings with the Netherlands, they have not managed to find the net and have lost on three of those occasions. The Dutch are heavy odds-on favourites at 8/15 for victory again in the normal market, and are 23/20 to keep another clean sheet.
They last met in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers, with Clockwork Orange winning both 2-0. They are 13/2 shouts to triumph by that scoreline once more.
The likes of Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Wesley Sneijder have been on target against Turkey before, and are respective even-money and 2/1 chances to net anytime here again.
Meanwhile, in Belgium, the hosts go into the game having never lost to island nation Cyrus in seven head-to-heads – winning five times.
The Red Devils, who currently have a Golden generation of players at their disposal, last faced them in 1999, when they were 1-0 victors, and they are also heavily odds-on favourites at 2/13 to triumph again. You can back them at 2/5 to keep a clean sheet once more too.
Marc Wilmots has a wealth of talent to call upon for his side’s home tie, with the likes of Premier League stars Eden Hazard, Marouane Fellaini, Vincent Kompany, Thibaut Courtois, Toby Alderweireld, Christian Benteke, Nacer Chadli, Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen all set to feature.
Other star names for the hosts include Dries Mertens and in-form Wolsburg midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.