Betting Special: 9/1 on France or Germany

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The second semi-final at Euro 2016 looks a closely matched contest, so Paddy Power are offering new customers the chance to back either team at an enhanced price of 9/1

The bookmakers are struggling to split hosts France and World champions Germany as they meet to decide who will face Portugal in the final of Euro 2016.

Those who are struggling to justify backing either team on the match odds market need not worry though. Paddy Power are giving new customers the chance to back either France or Germany at 9/1 (10.0) when opening an account online.

It's easy to take advantage of this offer, simply sign up using the links provided, back your chosen team at the usual odds shown online and if they win the game in normal time then the returns will be topped up to the enhanced value on the final whistle.

Paddy Power are actually top price on France at the time of writing, going 15/8 (2.88) about Les Bleus delighting the home crowd in Marseille.

Didier Deschamps' side sparkled when getting the better of Iceland in the quarter finals and although this will be their first test against another member of the international elite, it appears the hosts are hitting form at exactly the right time.

Quotes of 9/1 (10.0) about them will surely attract plenty of attention from punters given their five star display in the last round.

Germany came through a nervy encounter with Italy, winning courtesy of a penalty shootout and although Joachim Low will be without the likes of Mario Gomez and Mats Hummels for this clash, the World champions have the international pedigree to ensure they have a great chance of reaching back-to-back finals. They are available at 19/10 (2.90) with Paddy Power at the time of writing so 9/1 (10.0) is a sizeable enhancement in a well balanced contest.

While they showed plenty of attacking prowess against Slovakia in the last 16 it was their defensive strength came to the fore against the Azzurri and with a well-balanced side they will be confident of ending France's hopes of a hat-trick of international tournament wins on home soil.

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