New customer offer: Spain a super 6/1 to beat England

Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | November 12, 2015

Spain beat England at 6/1

It’s the international break, and that means Coral are giving new customers the chance to win big, by simply signing up for a Coral Connect, online or mobile account and staking £5 on Spain beating England at whopping 6/1.

In doing so, you could end up turning fiver into £35, with £30 being pure profit! This awesome introductory offer is available from 19:45 UK time on Thursday, November 12th and closes 19:45 UK time on Friday November 13th.

If, however, somehow this bet doesn’t come in, fear not and you will still reap rewards by receiving £20 in free bets. Please note that this offer is for all new Coral Connect, online and mobile customers.

To see a full list of our other and previous promotions, check out our archives, and read on to find out more reasons to take up this current offer…

Euro champs Spain have great record over England

Soccer - International Friendly - Spain v England - Spain Training - Las Rozas Sports City

Spain are the twice defending Euro champions, having tasted victory last time out at the 2012 finals in Poland and Ukraine and the time before in Austria and Switzerland 2008.

England, meanwhile, have never won a European Championship, which is why La Roja are the odds-on 4/5 chances to triumph in this international friendly warm-up for the France finals next summer.

On top of that, Spain have home advantage in this duel and can take confidence in the fact they’ve beaten England in their last three matches on their own turf, and without conceding.

With the likes of attacking talent Diego Costa, Paco Alcacer, Alvaro Morata, Andres Iniesta and Juan Mata among their ranks, Vicente del Bosque’s boys will certainly be a handful for Roy Hodgson’s men.

In defence, meanwhile, stars such as Gerard Pique, Cesar Azpilicueta and Jordi Alba will be tasked in keeping out the Three Lions, while they’ll have to get past the wall that is David de Gea too.


Check out our Euro 2016 and Spain archives