World Cup Betting Tips: Get 3/1 on Ronaldo or Costa finding the net with winnings paid in cash

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Portugal play Spain in one of the most anticipated games of the tournament and dabblebet have a new customer offer featuring two deadly forwards

Spain and Portugal go head-to-head in the first heavyweight clash of the 2018 World Cup on just the second day of the tournament.

The Euro 2012 champions are priced as one of the favourites to lift the World Cup at 6/1 (7.0) with dabblebet, whilst Portugal are out at 25/1 (26.0) despite the fact they won Euro 2016.

To mark what is sure to be a thrilling affair, dabblebet are offering new customers 3/1 (4.0) on either Diego Costa or Cristiano Ronaldo finding the net at the Fisht Olympic Stadium, with all winnings paid in cash. £5 max bet, T&Cs apply.

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How to qualify

To take advantage of this offer, simply follow this link or any relevant ones on this page and click the image at the top of the landing page.

Then enter your wager of up to £5 on the special market and create an account to place the bet. All winnings will be paid as cash – not free bets - so if either Ronaldo or Costa find the net on Friday night, you will win up to £15 plus your stake.

In-form Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal 2018

Ronaldo has been in red-hot form since the turn of the year, netting 28 times in just 22 matches as Real Madrid won the Champions League for the third consecutive season.

The Ballon d’Or holder has also scored twice for Portugal in 2018 and will be keen to add to his 81 international goals so far.

Costa, meanwhile, netted seven times for Atletico Madrid since his delayed move from Chelsea in January 2018 but often found himself playing second fiddle to Antoine Griezmann.

The Brazilian-born striker is likely to be Spain’s leading man ahead of Iago Aspas and Rodrigo thanks to his five goals in qualifying, the joint-most for his country.

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