Betting Special: 7/1 Ronaldo and Bale both to score

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SkyBet have a total of seven price boosts including 7/1 that the two Real Madrid stars both find the net when Portugal face Wales in the first semi-final of Euro 2016

Wales and Portugal are far from one man teams, but there will be plenty of betting interest in markets relating to the two world class players set to take centre stage in Lyon.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale have propelled Real Madrid to two Champions League titles in the last three seasons. While they have endured differing fortunes in France this summer, they are obviously the most potent goal threat for their respective teams.

Those who think Bale and Ronaldo are set to extend their scoring streaks in Wednesday's semi-final can take a boosted price of 7/1 (8.0) on them both netting during normal time with SkyBet. These prices are available to all customers, both new and existing.

SkyBet have seven price boosts in total, with the shortest price being 6/1 (7.0) on former Manchester United forward Nani scoring at any time in a Portugal win. The 29-year-old sealed his move to Valencia earlier this week and has already scored twice at Euro 2016.

While Fernando Santos' side have yet to win a game in normal time this summer, Wales have had no such problems, securing victory in four of their five matches in the tournament thus far and the emergence of Hal Robson-Kanu has been one of the stories of the competition.

The unattached forward, who left Reading before heading to France, scored in the wins over Belgium and Slovakia and it is 9/1 (10.0) that the free agent gets on the score sheet in another Wales win.

It's hard to talk about stories of the tournament without mentioning Renato Sanches, who has grown in stature with every passing game. The new Bayern Munich signing scored against Poland in the quarter finals and the 18-year-old is 16/1 (17.0) to score first. That’s the same price as Wales to record a 2-1 victory in normal time courtesy of another SkyBet price boost.

The online firm offer 25/1 (26.0) that Portugal run out 3-1 winners while the biggest price sees the odds on Joe Ledley breaking the deadlock more than doubled to 33/1 (34.0).

Bet £5 and get £20 in free bets with SkyBet

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