Betting: Belgium 5/1, Wales 16/1 or a 14/1 Euro 2016 treble

Paddy Power are offering enhanced prices on both teams involved in Friday's quarter-final clash, plus the chance to back a treble of the remaining favourites at huge odds

Whichever side you're backing for the second quarter-final at Euro 2016, there is an enhanced price on offer if you're a new Paddy Power customer.

The odds listed below are open to anyone yet to open an account and it's easy to take advantage of them. Simply sign up using the links provided, back your choice of team at the usual odds shown on site and if the bet wins then the returns will be topped up to the enhanced value at the final whistle.

Belgium 5/1 or Wales 16/1

Given their dominant display against Hungary, it's understandable to see Marc Wilmots' men as odds-on favourites to get the better of Wales, but Paddy Power are giving new customers the chance to back the 5/6 (1.83) shots at a massive 5/1 (6.0) instead.

Becoming the first team to score four goals in a game, the side ranked No.2 in the world appear to be hitting form at exactly the right time and will be eyeing a potential semi-final meeting with Portugal if they are able to get the better of the final home nation left in the competition.

Wales, of course, will have no fear ahead of this game, not least because they took four points off Wilmots' men in qualifying. The fact that they are the 4/1 (5.0) underdogs may actually suit Coleman's side after they laboured to a 1-0 win over Northern Ireland.

Given the pace they possess on the counter attack through the likes of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey, the Welsh might revel in the opportunity to soak up Belgian pressure before breaking at speed on the counter. The opportunity to back Wales at a huge 16/1 (17.0) will therefore surely prove very popular.

Belgium, Germany and France all to win at 14/1

Multiple punters could well be tempted by the quote of 14/1 (15.0) when opening a new account with the Irish firm. With all three teams favourites in their respective quarter final encounters, there is a good chance that they will join Portugal in the semi-finals.

The treble of Belgium, Germany and France only pays around 5/1 (6.0) at the time of writing, so there is plenty of additional value in taking up 14/1 (15.0).


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