England dominated their clash with Russia but threw away their slender one-goal lead in the final minutes and now the Three Lions travel to Lens where they take on a Wales side who got off to a winning start at Euro 2016.
To add to the excitement for punters, bet365 are running their risk-free in-play bet offer on this game, a fantastic opportunity for both new and existing players in Great Britain to benefit from the best offer in the business. Full terms and conditions.
To get involved, simply place a pre-match bet on any England v Wales match with the online bookmaker, they will then match your biggest stake up to £50 with a risk-free bet. Once the match gets underway, choose your in-play wager and make the bet as per usual, if it loses, then bet365 will refund your stake after the final whistle.
Gareth Bale is sure to be one of Wales' biggest goal threats and the Real Madrid forward has already got his first goal of the Championships with a free-kick against Slovakia.
bet365 are offering 2/1 (3.0) on the former Tottenham man scoring anytime against England and that is sure to be a popular selection with punters.
A £50 wager on Bale would return £150 but those who double their bet by using the in-play wager on the Welshman would be set for a £300 return with no additional risk, a tasty prospect ahead of a vital clash for an England side who have plenty of defensive questions to answer.
There's no requirement that the in-play bet be the same as the pre-match pick but that strategy is just one use of the offer which allows players to vastly increase their potential returns.
bet365’s Steve Freeth said “We may have had a late goal go our way in the first England game, but we still gave back £5m with our In-Play offer!
“The early results have certainly gone against us with the Berezutski goal providing rare respite in what has so far been a punter-friendly tournament.”