Betting: Belgium 8/1 or Republic of Ireland 10/1

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With the Euro 2016 action coming thick and fast Paddy Power have got a choice of two enhanced odds offers for new customers covering Monday's matches

Some of the biggest names in European football are in action on Monday and Paddy Power have two new customer offers available to anyone yet to open an online account.

To take up any of the prices listed below, simply use the links provided to register, back your chosen team at the usual price(s) shown on site and if the bet wins the returns will be topped up to the enhanced price after the final whistle.

Republic of Ireland 10/1 (11.0) to beat Sweden

Martin O'Neill's side have been dealt a difficult hand with their Euro 2016 group. The prospect of Belgium, Italy and Sweden is particularly tricky but Republic of Ireland must be targeting their opening Group E encounter as their most likely source of three points.

Sweden have Zlatan Ibrahimovic in their ranks of course but the Boys in Green will point to a qualification campaign that saw them beat World champions Germany in Dublin and come past a talented Bosnia-Herzegovina side in the play-offs over two legs. Ireland are around 5/2 (3.50) to win the game so the chance to support them at 10/1 (9.0) is a tempting prospect for backers of O'Neill's side.

Belgium 8/1 (9.0) to beat Italy

Perhaps the blockbuster clash of match day one sees a Belgium side packed with attacking talent face an Italy side in transition after a disappointing World Cup campaign. Outgoing Italian boss Antonio Conte is heading for Stamford Bridge after the tournament and the motivation of a squad which looks significantly weaker than the one which finished as runners up two years ago should be a concern.

Marc Wilmots has some personnel issues of his own. Long time captain Vincent Kompany is just one defensive absentee but the Belgians' attacking resources are plentiful. A reinvigorated Eden Hazard has taken over the captaincy duties and with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku to call upon, they certainly have the tools to test Italy, especially at 8/1 (9.0) instead of 6/4 (2.50).

 

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