Betting: Payet 10/1 to score against Albania

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The 29-year-old spared the hosts' blushes with a spectacular long-range winner against Romania and new NetBet customers can back him to repeat the trick at 10/1

Amid all the talk about Antione Griezmann and Paul Pogba being the stars of France's European Championship hopes, it was Dimitri Payet who stepped up for the hosts in their opening game at the Stade de France.

The West Ham midfielder has been a revelation in the Premier League since his move from Marseille last summer and his winning goal against Romania announced his arrival at Euro 2016 in style.

NetBet are offering new customers the chance to back Payet to score against Albania at 10/1 (11.0) when Didier Deschamps' men look to make it two consecutive wins and secure a place in the knockout stages.

To take up this offer simply sign up using the links provided, deposit using bonus code PAYET and place a wager on Payet scoring anytime at the usual price shown on site. If he finds the net then the winnings will be topped up to the enhanced price of 10/1 (11.0).

Posing a danger from open play as well as set pieces, the France midfielder seems to have established himself in the national team after several impressive performances building up to the tournament including a late winner against Cameroon.

Payet is currently around 6/4 (2.50) to score anytime against an Albania team who will be missing their captain and defensive lynchpin Lorik Cana after he was dismissed against Switzerland in their opening game.

10/1 (11.0) will certainly appeal to anyone yet to open a NetBet account considering Payet's form this season which included nine goals for West Ham and his recent displays for Les Blues.

The usual £50 matched bet offer is also available to new customers if they would prefer that option.

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