New customer offer: Republic of Ireland 5/1 to score anytime against Switzerland
Robbie Purves | March 24, 2016
Take advantage of Coral’s amazing 5/1 price boost on the Republic of Ireland scoring anytime against Switzerland in their Easter Euro 2016 warm-up friendly.
Simply sign up on mobile or online, staking €/£5 on Ireland to score anytime, and be paid an awesome €/£20 in free bets if Martin O’Neill’s boys hit the back of the net.
This superb introductory offer is enhanced from 4/7, so be sure to bet while the offer is available.
Coral’s delightful deal gets even better! If the Boys in Green fail to score, you’ll receive a €/£5 free bet which can be used across our mobile and digital platforms.
This is just one of many promotions that we regularly run, so check our other sign-up incentives.
Our latest outstanding introductory offer is available from 08:00 GMT on Thursday, March 24th and ends at the 19:45 kick-off time the following day.
Be sure to make the most of this generous offer, as the Republic look to build upon their Euro 2016 qualification triumph. Ireland are sure to net against Switzerland, so to find out why read on…
Walters to inspire Emerald Isle outfit
Jonathan Walters was key to O’Neill’s qualification success. The Stoke City forward scored twice in a play-off against Bosnia and Herzegovina that earned Ireland a 2–0 victory and therefore a place at the France finals.
Walters boasts an impressive record for his country, netting 10 times in 38 caps and will be a vital component for his nation in France this summer. He scored five in 2015 from just eight outings.
Ireland’s record appearance maker and goalscorer Robbie Keane has struck some 67 times when playing for his country. For MLS franchise LA Galaxy, Keane already has two in three this term and will want to carry that club form into a likely international swansong at the Euros.
Add in the box-to-box threat of Jeff Hendrick, wingplay from James McClean and Aiden McGeady, plus Robbie Brady’s set-piece nous, and there’s more than enough in Irish ranks to suggest they will score past the Swiss.