Betting Special: Portugal 6/1 to beat Wales

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Betway are offering new online players the chance to take up 6/1 on Cristiano Ronaldo and Co. getting the better of Wales when they meet in Lyon on Wednesday

While Portugal have failed to blow teams away in the manner of France or Germany, the Iberian side have a fantastic opportunity to secure a place against one of the two aforementioned sides in Sunday's Euro 2016 final.

The team standing in their way is Wales, who have defied even the most optimistic of expectations in their return to the international stage after over 50 years away without appearing at a major tournament. They face an uphill task to keep the fairy-tale going though, coming into this game as outsiders to get the better of their more experienced rivals.

Fernando Santos' side may not have been their most eye-catching outfit in France this summer but what they have been is functional. Scraping out of their group before seeing off a Croatia side that many believed had what it would take to go very deep into the tournament.

A narrow win over Poland on penalties means they are still yet to win a match in normal time, but the opportunity to back them at 6/1 (7.0) instead of 5/4 (2.25) when opening a new Betway account is sure to catch the eye of some punters.

To take up this price simply register using the links provided, back Portugal at the usual price shown on site and if they win then the returns will be topped up to the enhanced price. What's more, if the favourites fail to win then anyone who backed them will see their stake returned as a free bet.

Chris Coleman's men have been solid thus far but will line up in Lyon without the services of Ben Davies or Aaron Ramsey due to suspension and the opportunity to take up such a huge price on Portugal is likely to prove popular with punters ahead of the first semi-final clash.

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