Betting Special: Get a free bet for every goal in England v Portual

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Paddy Power are offering all customers the chance to grab a £5 free bet for every goal scored by either side at Wembley when placing a £20 bet on the match result

England's final warm up game ahead of Euro 2016 takes place at Wembley as Roy Hodgson gets a final chance to assess his side's credentials in a match situation before their opening clash with Russia on June 11.

Paddy Power are offering all customers the chance to get several free bets when placing a wager on the outcome of the game. Simply place a £20 bet on the match odds market (Win-Draw-Win) and get a £5 free bet for every goal scored by your chosen team.

Only the first bet on this market will count towards the promotion and customers can only qualify once by placing a £20 single bet. Own goals won't trigger a free bet in this instance. For example, if England win the match 3-1, anyone who has placed at least £20 on them in a single bet prior to kick off would be able to use £15 of free bets plus the returns from their initial wager.

England are 19/20 (1.95) favourites to complete a hat-trick of friendly victories after already seeing off Turkey and Australia in the last two weeks and given their range of attacking options it's no surprise to see punters getting behind Roy Hodgson's men, especially considering Cristiano Ronaldo won't be available for the visitors.

Wayne Rooney is set to start the game in some capacity, although it remains to be seen if the 30-year-old will be deployed in a midfield role or in his traditional support striker duties.

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The Three Lions boss certainly has something of a selection headache given the form of Marcus Rashford, Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy, not to mention the star quality of Daniel Sturridge if he is fit and Paddy Power punters who have backed the home side will be hoping for a dominant attacking performance.

This offer is open to all existing players, not just new ones.

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