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New Coral customers get fab 5/1 on England win or draw v Slovenia

| 15.11.2014

Fancy England to continue their fine form in Euro 2016 qualifying, but new to betting? Coral have an amazing introductory offer for you.

New punters can get awesome odds of 5/1 for an England win or draw against Slovenia. Sign up now and stake a maximum of £5, meaning there is £25 of profit in the making for you. If that tasty return isn’t reason enough to become Coral customers right away, read on, and discover why this is a sure fire bet.

The Three Lions have won both of their previous encounters with Slovenia, which came back in 2009/10. A Wembley friendly victory was followed up with a World Cup group stage encounter on South African soil, with England defeating the Eastern European outfit again.

In the match betting for this Euro 2016 qualifying, where Roy Hodgson’s men have a 100 per cent record in Group E and are yet to even concede a goal, the Three Lions are odds-on 3/10 favourites to win. This special bet concerns England remaining unbeaten, and their price to draw (4/1) is even bettered by this outstanding offer.

From their three qualifiers so far, England have shown plenty of teeth in attack. Danny Welbeck (7/2 to score first) has three in as many appearances, while strike partner Wayne Rooney (11/4) netted in both of his last two internationals.

Slovenia’s ageing defence (three are aged 30 or over) includes former West Bromwich Albion loanee Bostjan Cesar. Welbeck and potential Three Lions debutant Saido Berahino, an odds-on 91/100 chance to cap his bow with a goal anytime, have the legs to stretch him and others.

While the England strikeforce has evolved since the 2010 World Cup, Slovenia still have the same names up front. Milivoje Novakovic is now 35, and both he and Zlatan Ljubijankic have failed score in those two previous outings against the Three Lions.

So, there you have it. Turn a fiver into £30 by signing up to Coral now, and expect England to slay or share the spoils with Slovenia.



Jamie Clark

Athletics aficionado, die-hard snooker fan and Crystal Palace supporter Jamie has written for Coral since February 2014 after spells with Soccerlens and the Press Association as a digital journalist and copywriter. A former East Midlands sports correspondent and Bwin tipster, he is a graduate of both the University of York and University of Sheffield, with a Masters in web journalism from the latter.