Betting Special: France 4/1 to beat Albania

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After recording a victory over Romania, the Euro 2016 hosts are expected to make it two wins against Albania but Betway are offering a huge price of 4/1 on Les Bleus

At 1/4 (1.25) it's unlikely that may punters will be getting stuck into backing France as a one-off wager ahead of their second game of the European Championships against Albania.

Betway are offering new customers the chance to back France at 4/1 (5.0) though, with anyone opening an online account able to avail of this enhanced price about Les Bleus making it two wins from two games.

To take up the offer, simply register using the links provided, back Didier Deschamps' side at the usual price shown on site and if the hosts win as expected, the returns will be topped up to the enhanced value.

While the hosts needed a late Dimitri Payet winner to see off a resilient Romania outfit at the Stade de France, it seems unlikely that they will leave it so late against a team who were beaten 1-0 by Switzerland in their opening match.

Not only did the 20/1 (21.0) underdogs lose out to the Swiss but Gianni De Biasi's men will be without captain Lorik Cana who was sent off after just half an hour and will sit out of this game against the outright favourites as a result.

In truth, the margin of victory could have been more significant after his dismissal and France should have few problems getting amongst the goals after showing some opening night nerves before goals from Olivier Giroud and Payet gave the hosts three points.

There will be plenty of punters aiming to keep France on side with various angles in the betting but Betway are allowing new customers to keep it simple and take 4/1 (5.0) on the home side when opening an account.

Punters who would prefer to take the usual £30 matched free bet when signing up can do so via the link below.

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