Betting Special: France 6/1 or 12/1 Portugal

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Paddy Power are taking on both sides in the Euro 2016 final, the Irish bookmaker are offering all new customers a choice of enhanced odds when opening an account

France and Portugal will contest the final of Euro 2016 at the Stade de France and the bookmakers are in little doubt that it is Les Bleus who are the more likely winners.

On top of the exciting prospect of seeing two of the continent's best international teams going head-to-head in Paris, Paddy Power have lined up a choice of enhanced offers on the match odds.

Anyone opening a new account can back France at 6/1 (7.0) to win the game in normal time or 12/1 (13.0) on Portugal upsetting the odds and securing their first ever international title.

To take up either offer simply register using the links provided, back your choice of team at the usual odds show on site and if they win the game then your winnings will be topped up to the enhanced value.

France are around Even money (2.0) generally after dispatching a Germany side who will feel they could well have beaten the hosts, having dominated large spells of the game.

The form of Antoine Griezmann is a huge positive for backers of the home side, the Atletico Madrid forward has fired six times for Les Bleus after a stuttering start to the tournament and he will surely pose a serious threat to the Portugal defence. At 6/1 (7.0) the hosts will surely attract plenty of attention.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his third goal of the competition in the 2-0 win over Wales and he will surely need to be at his best if Fernando Santos' side are to see off the hosts.

Far from being a one man team though, the emergence of Renato Sanches and impressive performances from the likes of Nani mean the underdogs have plenty of weapons at their disposal. 12/1 (13.0) instead of 7/2 (4.50) on the outsiders could well tempt value punters ahead of Sunday's showpiece finale.


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