New Customer Offer: 10/1 Six Nations treble
Frank Monkhouse | 11 February 2017
Price boost on Ireland, England and France
The 2017 Six Nations is now in full swing, with one round in the books. If week two can live up to the opener, then sports fans have a real treat on their hands. But we’re more interested in how our customers can enjoy the action.
We’re giving enhanced odds of 10/1 on Ireland, England and France all to win this weekend. All look to have very achievable tasks too, with Ireland eager to get off the mark against regular wooden spoon winners Italy, while Saturday’s matches are complete when England travel to battle Wales. On Sunday France host a plucky Scotland.
To take advantage of this enhancement simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€5, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if the treble lands, you will receive your £/€50 winnings in free bets.
That’s certainly one way to spice up your weekend viewing but, if we learned anything from last week’s results, it is that the Six Nations is no stranger to upsets. So, to safeguard against any shock results, we will give you a handy £/€5 free bet to use how you like if your bet loses. Once again, we’re on your side. It’s win – win!
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Thursday 9th February and 14:25 GMT on Saturday 11th February to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
Red Rose to carry the flag
England and France were involved in a thrilling contest last Saturday, which the Red Rose eventually won by the tightest of margins. It was billed as their toughest test of the competition, and on week one too, but they came through it with flying colours and must be supported vs Wales having now won their last 15 matches.
France play Scotland and weren’t disgraced in defeat either. They meet a confident Scots crew, buzzing from a week one win over Ireland but, in front of their own fans, Les Bleus are more than capable of getting off the mark. Elsewhere and Ireland look to have a straightforward assignment against an Italy side who were thumped 33-7 by Wales last time.