Join SportNation and Claim 50/1 on an England World Cup Double
In theory, England can still fail to qualify for Russia 2018 but that’s an unlikely scenario with Gareth Southgate’s men leading Group F by five points with just two games left to play. Those matches begin with a home tie against Slovenia this Thursday and conclude with a trip to Lithuania and six points from those two seems like a strong scenario.
To reiterate, this is for new customers to SportNation so if you have no dealings here then you can head over via the link and register in a fast and simple process. Within a couple of minutes or so you will be on board as a new account holder and now it’s time to make your first deposit.
Currently, debit and credit cards are the only funding methods made available by SportNation so make your choice and make that deposit. Stake on the special double of England to beat both Slovenia and Lithuania and if that bet lands, you will receive the bonus of £50.00 as free bet tokens.
These are referred to as Bonus Funds by the bookmaker and they do come with a wagering requirement. You must play through that £50.00 nine times at odds of 2.00 (Even Money) or longer before any profits can be withdrawn so there is a bit to play through but if you are a regular punter then this should be relatively straightforward. Those are the main points but obviously you are free to check all terms and conditions before going ahead.
In the open markets, you can back England to beat Slovenia at Wembley Stadium on Thursday at best odds of 37/100 with Sun Bets. Prices for the follow up in Lithuania aren’t available just yet but we can be certain that Southgate’s men will be heavy odds on favourites to take the points in that one too.
So, if you combine those two odds on prices then there isn’t too much interest in the double but at an effective 50/1 for a small outlay, this in an option worth looking at. England did draw with Slovenia in the reverse fixture but with home advantage in front of a partisan Wembley crowd, three points should be heading their way.
Meanwhile, Southgate’s men enjoyed a comfortable 2-0 home win over Lithuania and will be confident of a further three points from their final game in the group. Nothing is certain of course but this is a strong looking promotion and if you agree, odds of 50/1 on an England double will be tough to beat.