Domestic football gives way once again to the international scene and this week sees a mix of friendlies plus a number of intriguing ties from the new UEFA Nations League.
The betting interest has been a little higher on internationals this season and this could be a good time to get involved with a new customer promotion from Ladbrokes. It carries a four-fold requiring England, Belgium, Germany and Spain to all win on Thursday night and if that comes off, mighty odds of 70/1 will be paid out.
Here are the games in question along with details as to how this offer works.
18+ Eligible UK+IRE players. Min deposit £5. Paypal & some deposit types excl. Winning bets paid in cash at normal price. Enhanced odds paid in £5 free bets within 24 hours, valid for 4 days, stake not returned, restrictions apply. T&Cs apply.
England v USA
England are in friendly action against the USA in a match that features Wayne Rooney’s final international appearance. With or without their leading scorer, England are expected to be too strong for their opponents and they go into this one as favourites at best industry odds of 3/10 with Betway.
Germany v Russia
The Germans also have a friendly against 2018 World Cup hosts Russia. The Russians actually went deeper into that tournament than their illustrious opponents but Germany are the hot favourites here at a top price of 10/29 with Unibet.
Belgium v Iceland
Belgium are the first of our teams in Nations League action as they host Iceland. The away side are without a point and are missing key player Gylfi Sigurdsson and that helps the Belgians slot in as clear favourites at a best of just 1/5 with SportingBet.
Croatia v Spain
Completing the foursome are Spain who travel to Croatia in their Nations League clash. On paper this looks like a tricky fixture but the Croatians have been poor since the World Cup and after Spain won the reverse game by six goals to nil, the visitors are favourites at 23/20 with Coral.
Those are the games in prospect this week and if you’d like to take this offer further, here’s what you would need to do.
As this offer is exclusively for new customers to Ladbrokes the first thing to do is sign up for a new account. You can do this by heading across from the link and completing what should prove to be a simple set of online forms. Only the most basic of information is required but do remember to type in the Promo Code ACCA when asked to do so.
This should all be validated and confirmed in just a few minutes and at that point, you should find yourself at the Ladbrokes cashier. At this stage, remember that the minimum deposit is set at £5.00 and we suggest using either a debit or credit card to carry out the transaction as the majority of eWallets, including PayPal, Skrill and Neteller, are specifically excluded and will render the offer null and void.
In summary, complete the sign up, pick out your preferred plastic, add £5.00 or more and you’re ready to move on.
Staking and Payments
The amount of your deposit should now be showing in your Ladbrokes account and when that happens, stake the fixed sum of £1.00 on this opening bet of England, Belgium, Germany and Spain all to win when they play their respective fixtures on Thursday November 15, 2018.
Wait for all the action to take place and if, at the end of the night, that four fold has landed, payment will come to you in a two part process as follows:
Expect to see an initial payment come back to you in cash shortly after the last game ends. This will be calculated on Ladbrokes’ standard market price for the straight line multi while the balance, up to the enhanced amount of 70/1, will then arrive as a series of free bet tokens within 24 hours.
Ladbrokes have gone for four favourites here and three of those teams are at home against lower ranked opposition. Spain may have the toughest test away to Croatia but form and that recent head to head result are both in favour of the visiting side.
Nothing is ever guaranteed but the gamble is reflected in those mighty odds of 70/1 and for new customers, they could lead to seriously boosted profits at the end of this international week.