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New customer offer: England temping 10/1 to overcome Iceland in 90 minutes

Robbie Purves | June 26, 2016

Take advantage of Coral’s tempting 10/1 price boost on England beating their round of 16 opponents Iceland, in 90 minutes..

Simply sign up online, on mobile or through Coral Connect, then place a €/£5 stake on the Three Lions triumphing over the Icelanders, and be paid a sweet €/£50 in free bets (now within a speedier four days instead of seven) if Roy Hodgson’s men defeat the tournament minnows.

This superb introductory offer is enhanced from 8/15, so be quick and snap it up while you can!

Coral’s delightful deal gets even better as, if this wager does not come off, you’ll receive a €/£5 free bet which can be used across our digital platforms.

England v Russia - UEFA European Championship 2016 - Group B - Stade Velodrome

This is just one of many new punter promotions we regularly run, so check out our other excellent sign-up incentives.

Our latest outstanding introductory offer is available from Sunday, June 26th 14:01 BST, until kick-off time the following day at 20:00.

Be sure to make the most of this generous offer, as England look to take their undefeated group stage form into the knockout phase.

Hodgson’s side look set to beat Iceland in the last 16 so, to discover why, read on…

Lions launch devastating attack

England are unbeaten against Iceland in their previous meetings and shouldn’t fear the Nordic Nation. The Three Lions navigated their Euro 2016 qualification group with a perfect record, 10 wins from 10 games, and carried this form into their group campaign in France, emerging from it unbeaten.

Last time these two nations met, England triumphed with a 6-1 thrashing and, with Hodgon’s array of attacking excellence, will look to emulate this feat within 90 minutes.

England v Russia - UEFA European Championship 2016 - Group B - Stade Velodrome

Wayne Rooney is expected to start in midfield where he has impressed in France, while Daniel Sturridge is likely to drop to bench in favour of Harry Kane.

The trio of Sturridge, Jamie Vardy and Marcus Rashford looked dangerous against Wales. However, any combination of the nation’s frontline should be enough to overcome Iceland.

Expect the Three Lions to ease into the quarter-finals thanks to their lethal attacking contingent.

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