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New Customer Offer: England 7/1 to score five or more

The international break, and England, are back! So, Coral are offering new customers something really special here, with superb 7/1 odds (max £5 bet) for the Three Lions to smash five or more past minnows San Marino in their Euro 2016 qualifying clash.

Can’t believe your luck? Neither can we. All punters have to do to benefit from this bet, generously enhanced from previous price 4/9, is sign-up for an online account with us and place a £5 wager.

Should England come up trumps, you could collect £40, with £35 of those potential winnings pure profit!

Futhermore, if the Three Lions let you down, customers will be compensated for the losing punt with a £20 free bet, to be spent as you wish across our mobile and digital platforms.

However, history suggest it won’t come to that, as England have amazingly hit five or more past San Marino in all their last five duels.

Perhaps duels is putting it kindly, however, as the landlocked micro nation have had no reply in any of their three previous fixtures against the English.

Roy Hodgson’s boys, bullish in their rampant run and unbeaten across all competitions since June 2014, including a whopping 11 outings, will be taking this tussle very seriously.

The Three Lions sit first in Group E for Euro 2016 qualifying and will want to rack-up as many strikes as possible against the semi-professional side, who are propping up the pool.

Skipper Wayne Rooney, currently second joint top scorer for England alongside Gary Lineker, will be chasing Sir Bobby Charlton’s top spot.

If fielded, the captain will be expecting to equal and then surpass the World Cup-winning icon, who leads the charts on 49.

So with, top-class strikers chasing records, and fresh faces, such as recent re-call Jonjo Shelvey set to feature, snap-up this sensational 7/1 price for England to grab five or more goals.

This offer will go live at 08:00 UK time on Friday September 4th until 17:00 on Saturday September 5th.