Coral New Customer Offer: England and Spain both win at 6/1

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It’s the international football break, and benevolent bookmaker Coral celebrate the exciting action on Friday evening by offering new customers a chance to win big with enhanced odds of 6/1 for both England and Spain to win.

The double carries a maximum stake of £5, and even if you lose, you will get a £20 free bet with offer set to run from Thursday 08:00 GMT until kick-off on Friday 19:45 GMT.

This bet is all the more enticing given the fact that these European giants are playing at home, and are heavy odds-on favourites in their respective Euro 2016 qualifiers against minnows Lithuania and Luxembourg.

England have never faced the Eastern European nation before, but already have double their points total in Group E after just four games. The Three Lions sit comfortably at the top of the table, after winning all of their matches, and are priced at 1/8 for victory in the normal market at Wembley.

Roy Hodgson’s men have also netted 11 times so far in the qualifiers, and are odds-on at 10/11 to score three or more.

New Spurs star Harry Kane has finally been called up to the senior side, and is a serious contender to get his chance, either starting or from off the bench. He is odds-on at 4/5 to net anytime and 10/3 to get the last goal.

Captain Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck have also been on fire this campaign so far, netting three and five times respectively in qualifying. They are also odds-on at 4/7 and 8/11 in the anytime market.

European Championship title holders Spain, meanwhile, have also been in great form, winning three of their first four matches in Group C.

They have had the pleasure of playing Luxembourg five times before in history, beating them in every meeting to nil. La Roja are odds-on favourites at 2/9 for victory again, and 3/4 to claim another clean sheet.

This duo have already met in these qualifiers, with Spain coming out 4-0 winners from Luxembourg, and look out for the likes of Manchester City’s David Silva and Valencia striker Paco Alcacer, who both scored that day.