Betting: Ronaldo 6/1 to score against Austria

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The Real Madrid frontman drew a blank in Portugal's opening Euro 2016 clash and NetBet are taking the 31-year-old again, with quotes of 6/1 on him scoring in Paris

Cristiano Ronaldo, the antepost favourite for the Euro 2016 Golden Boot prize, missed some presentable chances against Iceland in Portugal's opening group game and will be disappointed not to have help his side secure three points.

The Real Madrid forward looked a little out of sorts in the 1-1 draw but given the standard of defending on show in Austria's opening clash with Hungary, the 31-year-old could be set for a more enjoyable evening in Paris on Saturday.

Plenty of firms are already going odds-on on Ronaldo netting his opening goal of the tournament, with the best price around 6/5 (2.20). NetBet are one of the bookmakers offering those odds but anyone yet to open an account is able to take advantage of an enhanced offer of 6/1 (7.0).

To take up this promotion, simply register using the links provided, back Ronaldo to score anytime at the usual price shown on site and if he gets on the scoresheet the return will be topped up to the enhanced value. There's also a free bet of up to £10 on offer if he fires another blank.

Given Ronaldo's record of 58 goals in 127 appearances for his country as well as his astounding season for Real Madrid, that price of 6/1 (7.0) should be extremely popular, especially considering that Austria conceded twice to Hungary in their opening game and will be missing Aleksandar Dragovic through suspension.

Ronaldo missed some of Portugal's preparation matches after being winning the Champions League for the second time in three years but considering his ability from dead-ball situations, his penalty duties and an exceptional record for Santos' side, it would be of little surprise to see him net at the Stade de France.

The usual matched bet of up to £50 is still available for new customers who would prefer that option.

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