Betting Special: England 5/1 or Wales 16/1

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Paddy Power have a new customer offer on Thursday's game in Lille which allows anyone opening an account to back an enhanced price on either side winning the match

After conceding a late equaliser against Russia, the pressure is undoubtedly on England ahead of their all-British clash against Wales.

The bookmakers certainly believe England are the most likely winners of the match, pricing the Three Lions at around 4/7 (1.67) to secure three points in Lille, but those searching for a bigger price on the odds-on favourites to secure a vital victory.

Paddy Power are offering an enhanced price on both sides with England available at 5/1 (6.0) and Wales priced at 16/1 (17.0). These prices are available to anyone who is yet to sign up for an online account with the Irish firm.

To take up either of these prices simply register using the links provided and back your choice of match winner at the usual price shown on site. If the bet wins then the returns will be topped up to the enhanced value at the final whistle.

While England dominated their clash with Russia, they were left rueing the missed chances that came their way, especially in the first half.

Eric Dier broke the deadlock with a well-struck free kick but Hodgson's decision to protect his side's 1-0 lead with two defensive substitutions couldn't prevent Russia securing a share of the spoils. They will certainly have their backers at 5/1 (6.0) given the usual match odds which imply England will win the game over 63 per cent of the time.

In contrast, Chris Coleman's side were pegged back to 1-1 after Gareth Bale opened the scoring against Slovakia but substitute Hal Robson-Kanu's late strike meant an opening win in their first appearance at a major tournament since 1958.

With one of the world’s best players in their ranks and three points already on the board, those who believe they can repeat that feat against their rivals can take a price fo 16/1 (17.0) at Paddy Power.

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