Betting: France and Switzerland double at 8/1

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Paddy Power are taking on two well fancied favourites from Wednesday's Euro 2016 coupon by combining the two selections into an 8/1 double available to new customers

France and Switzerland double at 8/1

With a return to three games a day there are plenty of betting opportunities for punters at the European Championships and Paddy Power are offering all new customers a chance to take a huge price on two of the day's favourites.

To take up this offer simply sign up using the links provided, back your chosen wager at the usual price shown on site and if the bet wins, the returns will be topped up to the enhanced price at the final whistle of the second game.

The Switzerland and France double pays a best price of 2/1 (3.0) at the time of writing but anyone opening an account can take 8/1 (9.0) on the two teams extending their winning starts and qualifying for the knockout stages.

The Swiss secured a 1-0 victory over Albania in their opening game but had the quality of their finishing been a little better, the win would have been much more emphatic in Lens. Romania will provide another tricky game for Vladimir Petkovic's men but in the likes of Xherdan Shaqiri and Granit Xhaka they have the star quality to extend their 100 per cent start.

France showed plenty of nerves at the Stade de France but a better performance should be expected against an Albania side who are missing captain Lorik Cana after he was dismissed for two bookable offences in the opening game.

Paul Pogba and Antione Griezmann will feel they have points to prove in front of the home crowd after they were both substituted against Romania and with Olivier Giroud extending his scoring run to four goals in his last three games for the national team, this game could be a great opportunity for him to stake his claim for the top scorer prize.

For those who believe a single wager on the hosts is the best course of action, Paddy Power are offering 3/1 (4.0) on France, another offer open to those opening a new account.

 

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