With the round of 16 concluding on Monday, punters have several more opportunities to take up enhanced odds on the four teams competing for the remaining two quarter-final spots at Euro 2016.
To take up any of the prices listed below simply sign up using the link provided, back your chosen outcome at the usual odds shown on site and if the bet wins then your returns will be topped up to the enhanced price after the final whistle.
Spain 6/1 or Italy 12/1
Perhaps the most anticipated clash of the round comes from the Stade de France as Spain face Italy in a repeat of the previous final. A 2-1 defeat against Croatia has no doubt made La Roja's path to retaining the trophy significantly more difficult but with Alvaro Morata showing that he can be the striker they have been searching for since David Villa's international retirement, they are still expected to go close this summer.
Spain are understandably the favourites given their international pedigree with Paddy Power offering them at 23/20 (2.15) at the time of writing. While that price could appeal to punters who believe Vicente del Bosque's men have what it takes to get secure safe passage to the quarter finals, anyone signing up for a new account can take an enhanced price of 6/1 (7.0).
Italy have surprised plenty of people in France, winning their first two Group E games in fine style, keeping clean sheets on both occasions before a heavily-rotated team lost out to Republic of Ireland having already topped their pool. That rotation could be key for Antonio Conte's side given their opponents named a full strength team in their defeat against Croatia.
Their outright price of 18/1 (19.0) to win the tournament is largely the same as before the action began due to their tricky draw against the holders but quotes of 10/3 (4.33) are being boosted to a massive 12/1 (13.0) just to win this particular tie in Paris.
England 5/1 (6.0)
England's failure to beat Slovakia in their final group game has seen Roy Hodgson's side added to the toughest half of the knockout draw. First, though, the Three Lions face something of a more achievable task in the shape of Iceland.
At around 1/2 (1.50) the favourites are expected to have few problems with one of the tournament's surprise packages in Nice. While the final product has not always been present in England's performances this summer, their dominant displays will give plenty of hope to their backers and the opportunity to back them at 5/1 (6.0) when they are heavily odds on across the board looks set to be very popular.
England and Spain double at 9/1 (10.0)
For those who want a bigger price on the day's action, the quote of 9/1 (10.0) about the two favourites could well fit the bill. At a best price of 23/10 (3.30), there is plenty of potential for profit in taking almost three times the odds about both Spain and England winning their respective matches.