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New customer offer: England a tremendous 10/1 to beat Wales

Holly Thackeray | June 15, 2016

Fancy a flutter on England’s enticing Home Nations encounter with fellow Euro 2016 Group B hopefuls Wales? Look no further than Coral and our generous introductory offer for the Three Lions to emerge victorious.

Snap up enhanced odds (from 8/13) of 10/1 for England to defeat Euro debutants and rivals Wales in their second tournament outing at the Stade Bollaert-Delelis in Lens.

All you need to do is sign up for an online or mobile account with us, then simply stake £/€5 only on an English triumph and stand to reap £/€50 in fantastic free bets if Roy Hodgson’s men are the match winners as expected. Note that this offer is not open to Coral Connect sign-ups.

Should this brilliantly boosted bet somehow not come off, there’s nothing to lose as you will receive a £/€5 free bet to spend across Coral’s mobile and digital platforms, making this a truly magnificent wager. While, Coral are committed to crediting customers’ accounts with any winnings within four days to boot.

So, swoop quickly for this awesome special offer, which runs from 14:01 BST on June, Wednesday 15th until England’s kick-off time the following day.

As far as patriotic punts go it doesn’t get much better than this and, as Coral are renowned for their excellent sign-up offers, why not take a look at which other promotions are available? Or, if this one has you hooked, read on to find out reasons England are worth a wager to sink Wales…

England enjoy dominant Wales record

The history of this feisty fixture between Home Nations weighs heavily in favour of England, as the Three Lions have the record to back up their swagger with 66 victories from 101 previous meetings, and only a meagre 14 for Wales by comparison.

England have also racked-up a whopping 245 goals in those 101 games, and there is no reason their rampant dominance in the duels can’t continue, with all-time top Three Lions scorer Wayne Rooney and Premier League Golden Boot winner Harry Kane in the ranks.

While, Wales are oft accused of being a one-man team, the same cannot be said of Hodgson’s men, as Eric Dier, Marcus Rashford and Jamie Vardy are among those to also have chipped in with goals of late.

It was 2011 when these two arch enemies last tussled, with England unsurprisingly winners then and also in all their previous four frays with the Dragons across which the Three Lions did not leak a single strike. So, snatch this enhanced 10/1 new customer offer now while you can!

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