New Customer Offer: 5/1 England to beat Italy
Frank Monkhouse | 25 February 2017
Six Nations price boost on the champions
Six Nations rugby is back on our screens this weekend, with defending champions England facing what appears to be a ‘gimme’ on Sunday afternoon when hosting regular wooden spoon winners Italy. Red Rose are the latest to receive the price boost treatment with our new customer offer.
We are giving out a value 5/1 on England to beat Italy in the Six Nations on Sunday. With the hosts – who cleared up in this tournament last year – again finding themselves top of the pile, and Italy, once again, ranking as the weakest side, that price boost is a must-have this weekend.
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 England beat Italy, you will receive your £/€25 winnings in free bets.
In this section we usually explain how we have you covered in the event of a disaster and, again, we will give you a free £/€5 bet if England don’t beat Italy, to use as you see fit, but it hardly seems worth mentioning. England look nailed on, having won each of their previous two starts, while Italy have lost each of their two. If (when) England beat Italy, you will be sitting on a big price winner, but can bet with confidence knowing we will give you a free bet if Eddie Jones’ side fail to deliver.
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Thursday 23rd February and 15:00 GMT on Sunday 26th February to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
England look a sure-thing
England are red-hot favourites to win on Sunday, and there is little surprise to see odds compilers take up that stance. If you do fancy a bet on England winning, there really is no better place to back The Red Rose, with our incredible price boost. Why would you take the price elsewhere, with some of our competitors offering the home win at 1/1000? As we said, nailed-on.
Eddie Jones’ men haven’t been quite as convincing as they were last year, but have been grinding out results, getting wins, and are the only side in the competition with a 100 per cent record. Italy have a 100 per cent record of their own, but it’s not anything to be proud of, as they have lost each of their first two starts, conceding 96 points in the process. Make sure you get your fill of our latest offer.