Betting: Spain 6/1 to qualify or 9/1 Italy

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Ahead of a blockbuster Euro 2016 clash, NetBet are offering all new customers the chance to back 9/1 on Antonio Conte's men or 6/1 on the reigning champions going through

Spain's failure to win Group D has set up a mouth-watering last 16 clash between the finalists from the last edition of this competition. Italy have performed some way above expectations in France, winning their first two matches against Belgium and Ukraine.

With plenty of close-looking ties in the first knockout stage, the option to back a side to qualify rather than winning the match in normal time becomes particularly attractive. Not least when the prices on offer are being enhanced.

NetBet have a choice of new customer offers for the game at the Stade de France, with Spain on offer at 6/1 (7.0) to make the next round or 9/1 (10.0) on Italy securing a place in the quarter finals. Unlike the match odds, these prices cover a victory in normal time, extra time or via penalties.

To take up either price simply sign up using the links provided, back your choice of team to qualify at the usual price shown on site and if the bet wins then the returns will be topped up to the respective enhanced price.

Italy had the benefit of resting several key players for their final Group E game with Republic of Ireland, which ended in defeat while Spain were beaten 2-1 by Croatia. The previous European Championship meeting between these two sides saw La Roja crowned champions four years ago but the bookmakers are certainly expecting something of a closer match in Paris.

While it may be tough to back either side to qualify with any degree of confidence at the usual price, the option to take either 6/1 (7.0) or 9/1 (10.0) should make the prospect much more appealing for anyone yet to sign up with NetBet.

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