Betting: Wales 7/1 to qualify or Northern Ireland 11/1 to qualify

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NetBet are offering some the biggest new customer odds in the industry at Euro 2016 including massive enhancements on both home nations to qualify for the quarter finals

Wales are favourites to get the better of Northern Ireland in Saturday's second Euro 2016 knockout clash but NetBet are offering new customers the chance to back either side to qualify for the quarter finals at a huge price.

These selections will cover a win in normal time, extra time or on penalties and with the bookmakers expecting some low scoring encounters in the last 16, it is certainly an advantage to have progression via any means on your side.

To take advantage of these offers simply sign up, back your desired bet at the usual odds shown on site and the returns will be topped up if it wins.

The usual price on Wales to qualify is just 4/9 (1.44) but with this offer anyone opening a new account can take 7/1 (8.0) on Chris Coleman's men continuing their fine run in France.

Gareth Bale has starred for his country thus far with three goals he is one of the frontrunners for the Golden Boot given that Wales are on the softer side of the draw, the bookmakers believe there is a chance that the Group B winners could well go deep into the tournament over the next couple of weeks.

Northern Ireland are the 7/4 (2.75) underdogs to progress and while that price might not appeal to punters, the opportunity to back them at 11/1 (12.0) certainly looks more attractive.

A tight defence that was the foundation of their qualifying campaign has again shown its merits in the previous three matches and if Michael O’Neill’s side can restrict the attacking options available to the favourites then they could spring a surprise in Paris.

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