Betting Special: Ronaldo 6/1 to score against Iceland

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The Portugal captain has 58 goals for his country and NetBet are offering new customers a huge price on the Real Madrid forward opening his Euro 2016 account on Tuesday

He was the pre-tournament favourite for the Golden Boot prize and Cristiano Ronaldo gets his chance to climb the scoring charts on Tuesday when Portugal face Iceland in Saint-Etienne.

NetBet are taking on the Seleccao superstar with their latest new customer offer. Anyone opening a new account can take an enhanced price of 6/1 (7.0) about Ronaldo scoring anytime during the game. That's a huge increase compared to the current odds of 4/5 (1.80).

To take up this offer, simply sign up using the links provided, deposit using bonus code "CR7" and place your first wager on the Real Madrid frontman to score at anytime at the usual price shown on site. If he finds the net against Iceland then the returns will be topped up to the enhanced value.

With 58 goals in 126 internationals, Ronaldo is sure to be his country's most potent attacking weapon and with Portugal expected to dominate according to the match odds, it could be a good opportunity for the 31-year-old to add to his tally.

After completing his sixth consecutive season of scoring at least 50 goals for Real Madrid, culminating in lifting the Champions League trophy, Ronaldo looked well rested when returning to the national set up after a well-deserved pre-tournament rest.

Having fired twice in the first half of the 7-0 victory over Estonia before being substituted at half time, Fernando Santos will hope that his star man is ready and raring to go against the team who have qualified for the European Championships for the very first time.

With Gareth Bale and Eric Dier already showing their prowess from set pieces, it would be no surprise to see Ronaldo strike from a dead ball situation and he will be on penalties should Portugal be awarded one.

The usual odds of 4/5 (1.80) suggest that Ronaldo has a great chance of getting on the score sheet and there will be no shortage of punters willing to take up the 6/1 (7.0) on offer from NetBet.

 

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