England v Poland: 20/1 Price Boost Available for England’s Final Group Game
Aidy Boothroyd’s England started their European Under 21 Championship campaign in uncertain fashion with a 0-0 draw against Sweden last Friday. They started that match as hot favourites but it was a frustrating evening in a game they would have lost had it not been for Jordan Pickford’s second half penalty save.
England’s final group game sees them tackle Poland on Thursday as they face a side who lost their own opener against Slovakia. Once again, they will start as favourites with odds on figures expected across the sportsbooks but, under this new customer offer from Coral, you can get a mighty 20/1 on the young three lions to come away with the three points.
How to Claim
If you don’t already hold an account with Coral then head across to their sign up page via this link and register your details in a very quick and easy process which should take no more than a couple of minutes. When that has been set up, it’s time to make a first deposit as the bookie takes you straight to their cashier page.
At this point, you should make a deposit of at least £5.00 but we recommend that you use a debit or credit card to do so as certain eWallets such as Skrill, Neteller and PaySafeCard are excluded from the deal.
With acceptable funds cleared, stake the fixed sum of £1.00 on England Under 21 to beat Poland Under 21 when the two teams meet on Thursday June 22. If this bet lands and England take all three points, profits at Coral’s standard book odds will be paid directly as cash into your new account while the balance, up to that quoted price boost of 20/1 will arrive as a free bet token which you must use within four days or it will expire.
And, if England were to draw or even lose this game, you will still receive a free bet token worth up to £5.00.
We recommend that you check all terms and conditions relating to this and any bookmaker promo before you proceed but clearly the price involved here makes this an offer worth considering. England had that disappointing 0-0 result in the opening game against Sweden but as their senior counterparts have shown, a slow start to any campaign doesn’t necessarily mean that the side won’t go deep into the tournament.
This final group game may also prove to be a must win and that will also give the English an added incentive to take the three points. Of course, Poland are on home soil but England are the favourites for a reason and while no bets are ever guaranteed as we all know, this is a great price boost promo on an outcome which, at the very least, is a strong possibility.