New customer offer: Germany and Poland a tasty 8/1 both to win
Sam Barnard, Assistant Sports Editor | June 11, 2016
With Euro 2016 now up and running, who fancies a tasty new customer sign-up offer to reap rewards from involving European footballing giants Germany and Poland on Sunday?
Enhanced odds of 8/1 say that the neighbouring nations beat both Ukraine and Northern Ireland respectively in the opening Group C fixtures.
Simply register for an online or mobile account with us, stake a €/£5 bet only on Die Mannschaft and the White Eagles, and you will receive a whopping €/£40 winnings paid out in free bets if the duo can claim victory. Note that this offer is not open to Coral Connect sign-ups.
If, however, this special does somehow manage to not come through, then no need to worry as you will still receive a €/£5 free bet. Win or lose, you can spend the free bets right across Coral’s mobile and digital platforms, and we are committed to getting your winnings to you within four days, but be quick about taking us up on this new customer offer as it is only available for a limited time.
This latest in a series of outstanding introductory offers is available from 20:01 BST on Saturday, June 11th until Poland’s 17:00 kick-off time the following day.
Coral regularly run promotions such as this, so check out other enticing sign-up odds, or read on to discover specific reasons why this bet is too good not to take…
Germans and Poles’ history v opponents suggests success
Germany come into their clash against Ukraine as reigning world champions, while are unbeaten in all their previous five meetings.
With the likes of Thomas Muller, Mesut Ozil, Toni Kroos, Sami Khedira and Manuel Neuer among Die Mannschaft’s ranks, goals and organisation are guaranteed.
As for Poland, they are unbeaten in four of their last five head-to-heads with Northern Ireland, with three of them being wins, and boast a by far talented team.
No defence in the world is safe with Robert Lewandowski against them, while other stars such as Arkadiusz Milik, Jakub Blaszczykowski, Grzegorz Krychowiak and Lukasz Piszczek are set to feature too.