New customer offer: France super 7/1 to overcome Iceland in Euro 2016 quarter-final


Robbie Purves | July 1, 2016

Take advantage of Coral’s awesome 7/1 price boost on Euro 2016 host nation France defeating their quarter-final opponents Iceland, in 90 minutes.

Simply sign up online, on mobile or through Coral Connect, then place a €/£5 stake on Les Bleus to triumph, and be paid a sweet €/£35 in free bets (now within a speedier four days instead of seven) if Didier Deschamps’ men overcome the Nordic nation.

This superb introductory offer is enhanced from 2/5, so be sure to snap it up quickly while you can!

Coral’s delightful deal gets even better as, if this wager does not come off, you’ll receive a €/£5 free bet which can be used across our digital platforms.

This is just one of many new punter promotions we regularly run, so check out our other excellent sign-up incentives.

Our latest outstanding introductory offer is available from Friday, July 1st 08:00 BST, until kick-off time on Sunday, June 3rd at 20:00.

Be sure to make the most of this generous offer, as two-time Euro winners France look to take their undefeated form into the clash against Iceland.

Les Bleus look certain to emerge victorious from their clash with the Nordic nation so, to discover why, read on…

Brilliant Bleus overcome Iceland

France are unbeaten against Iceland in their 11 encounters and have won nine. Combine this with the fact that Les Bleus come into this fixture unbeaten in 2016, winning seven out of eight fixtures since the turn of the year, and their opponents face a daunting prospect.

On paper the clash looks heavily one-sided, but Iceland come into the clash on the back of a victory over England. The pressure on the French players is immense and they are expected to emerge from the tournament as champions. Les Bleus left back Patrice Evra said: “I can’t stop there, we can’t stop there. We all know what we’re here for.”

Deschamps can call upon a whole host of attacking weapons such as Anthony Martial, Antoine Griezmann and Dimitri Payet. The attacking trio would be a test for any backline, but for Iceland, should be too much to handle.


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