England vs USA Betting Special: £5 free bet when you wager £10 on Wembley showdown

The Three Lions welcome the Stars and Stripes to London on Thursday and William Hill have a fantastic promotion for all customers ahead of the game

England welcome the USA to Wembley on Thursday evening for a match that would ordinarily have garnered no interest from international press.

The return of Wayne Rooney to the England setup some two years after his last game for the Three Lions, however, has sparked interest in the fixture as the Manchester United legend looks set to win his 120th cap.

Rooney had played what was supposedly his final international match back in November 2016 but will play some part in Thursday’s friendly, which he is just 5/4 (2.25) to score in.

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England are a mere 27/100 (1.27) to claim victory and William Hill are offering a £5 free bet to customers who place a bet of £10 or more either before or during the game. T&Cs apply.

To get involved, press “Claim” on the landing page and then place a bet of £10 or more on the England v USA match at minimum odds of 1/5 (1.20). You will then receive a £5 free bet to use on anything.

The bet will expire after four days but there are a whole host of international fixtures at the weekend, and if you place your £10 initial wager pre-match then the free bet will be eligible to use during the game.

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The 5/4 (2.25) price on Rooney to score anytime will surely be a popular selection for punters who believe he will have a fairytale ending to his England career by netting against the country he currently plays in.

William Hill also offer a range of #YourOdds and Enhanced markets ahead of the match, with both teams to score in the first half boosted from 9/2 (5.50) to 11/2 (6.50).

Meanwhile, Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson has been in fine form this season and he can be backed at 3/1 (4.0) to open the scoring, although it remains to be seen if both he and captain Harry Kane start.

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