Betting: £50 Risk-free in-play bet on Wales v Belgium

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As the final stages of the Euros approach, bet365 have announced they will be offering all UK-based players a risk-free in-play wager of up to £50 on Friday's quarter-final

Regardless of punters' opinions on Friday's quarter-final clash between Wales and Belgium, the return of bet365's risk-free in-play offer will be music to the ears of all account holders based in the UK.

The promotion allows anyone who places a pre-match bet on the game to place another in-play bet of the same stake, up to £50 per customer, knowing that if the second bet loses then it will be refunded directly back into their account in cash. Full terms and conditions can be found here.

Any pre-match bet will count towards this promotion and, with so many to choose from, there should be an angle for anyone who qualifies to take up. Customers can use their in-play bet to double up their initial investment or look elsewhere for another wager.

Belgium are understandably the favourites to win the game, priced at 3/4 (1.75) but Wales certainly shouldn't be ruled out at 4/1 (5.0) with the online bookmaker. The draw is currently an industry-best price of 13/5 (3.60).

Marc Wilmots' men are 3/10 (1.30) to qualify, while the Group B winners are priced at 5/2 (3.50) with bet365.

 

The anytime goalscorer market could well be of interest given the attacking talent on show. Romelu Lukaku is 11/8 (2.38) to score his third goal of the tournament. while Eden Hazard (15/8) and Kevin de Bruyne (21/10) are both expected to line up in support of the Everton frontman.

Gareth Bale is in the running to win the Golden Boot award after netting in all three group stage games and the Real Madrid man is a 21/10 (3.10) shot to extend his tally in Lille.

 

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