Betting: England 9/1 to beat Slovakia or Bale 6/1 to score

New NetBet customers have a choice of two huge enhanced prices on Monday's Euro 2016 action in Group B where Roy Hodgson's men are being priced at 9/1 to beat Slovakia

England are odds on favourites at around 17/20 (1.85) to get the better of Slovakia in Saint-Etienne but NetBet are offering the Group B leaders at a massive quote of 9/1 (10.0) to pick up three points and top Group B as a result.

To take up this offer simply register with NetBet, deposit using bonus code ENG10 and back England at the usual price shown on site. If they win, the returns will be topped up to the enhanced price.

As an additional offer for new players, if the favourites fail to pick up maximum points then NetBet will credit anyone who took up the enhanced price of 9/1 (10.0) with a free bet of up to £10.

Roy Hodgson is set to rotate his side ahead although given the vast improvement in the second half when Daniel Sturridge and Jamie Vardy were introduced; changes were already expected ahead of the third game in the space of 10 days for the Three Lions.

England showed much more attacking intent and potency after the interval in Lille and with four points already on the board, some rotation of the players who have looked a little jaded in the early stages could prove vital for the latter stages of the tournament.

That's not the only offer available to new customers though, those who would prefer an angle on Wales v Russia can take up quotes of 6/1 (7.0) about Gareth Bale scoring for the third consecutive game for his country. Simply follow the steps listed above but use deposit code BALE.

The Real Madrid forward has spearheaded Wales' Euro 2016 campaign effectively thus far, netting free-kicks against both Slovakia and England. Given the problems Leonid Slutsky's side have had in dealing with pace, the 26-year-old could well cause plenty of headaches from open play as well as set pieces for nation who currently sit bottom of Group B.


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