Betting Special: France 7/1 or Iceland 16/1

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Les Blues are big favourites to ease into the semi-finals at the Stade de France but NetBet are offering any new customers 7/1 on the hosts of 16/1 on Sunday's underdogs

Unless there is a monumental drift on their price, France will be the shortest price of any quarter finalist at this year's European Championships.

Didier Deschamps' men are around 1/2 (1.50) to secure a place in the semi-finals by virtue of a victory in normal time against Iceland, who have shocked plenty of punters and bookmakers alike in reaching this stage of the competition.

NetBet are taking on both sides in their latest new customer offer though, meaning anyone yet to sign up for an account can either back France at 7/1 (8.0) or Iceland at 16/1 (17.0) to spring yet another shock.

To take advantage of either price simply register using the links provided, back your chosen team at the usual price shown on site and if they win, the returns will be topped up to the enhanced price.

Les Blues have needed some late goals to progress this far as Group A winners and they came from behind in the previous round to get the better of Republic of Ireland.

Nevertheless, Deschamps' side are understandably the overwhelming favourites to delight the home crowd and take one step closer to another international title. With 7/1 (8.0) available about a team who will be heavily odds on for this game, the opportunity is bound to prove popular with bettors who expect them to win in normal time.

Iceland, along with Wales, have become specialists in upsetting the odds, knocking out England in the last 16 after progressing from a group that contained Portugal, Austria and a Hungary side who were widely expected to struggle.

Their organised approach which has won them plenty of admirers could mean new NetBet punters are keen to take a chance on them at a massive quote of 16/1 (17.0).

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