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New customer offer: France terrific 10/1 to win Euro 2016 Final in 90 minutes

Robbie Purves | July 8, 2016

Take advantage of Coral’s terrific 10/1 price boost on Euro 2016 host nation France beating fellow finalists Portugal in 90 minutes.

Simply sign up online or on mobile, then place a €/£5 stake on Les Bleus to triumph, and be paid a sweet €/£50 in free bets (now within a speedier four days instead of seven) if Didier Deschamps’ men lift the trophy after normal time.

This superb introductory offer is enhanced from evens, so be sure to snap this delightful deal up while you can!

Coral’s offer 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.

EURO 2016 - France vs Iceland - Saint-Denis

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 Friday, July 8th 17:00 BST, until kick-off time on Sunday, July 10th at 20:00.

Be sure to make the most of this generous offer, as two-time Euro winners France look to lift silverware on home soil.

Les Bleus look certain to emerge victorious from their clash with the Navigators so, to discover why, read on…

Brilliant Bleus blast Portugal

In their last 10 games, France have beaten Portugal every time; the Navigators last triumphed over the French an incredible 41 years ago. Les Bleus come into the finale unbeaten in 2016, winning nine of their last 10.

Euro 2016 - France v Germany - Antoine Griezmann - Marseille

Portugal face a daunting prospect stopping the French from lifting their third European Championship. France have won the last three tournaments they have hosted, while Fernando Santos’ side have only won one game in regular time at Euro 2016.

Antoine Griezmann has fast become the player of the tournament after netting five times in his last three outings, and now sits firmly on top of the scoring board with a total of six, three ahead of compatriot Dimitri Payet.

Expect France to have too much for Portugal to handle, and ease their way into the history books.

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