Sweden v England: Join 888Sport for 5/1 England to Qualify

England are through to the quarter finals of the 2018 World Cup via the unlikely route of a penalty shootout. Having lost in this fashion so many times in the past, some fans were stunned as the players kept their composure to overcome a resolute Colombian side.

Next up for Gareth Southgate and his men is a match against Sweden in Samara and the Three Lions go into this one as favourites to progress. England are odds on to make the semi final so new customers to 888Sport may want to consider this promotion that carries enhanced odds of 5/1* and could therefore add far more value to your afternoon’s entertainment.

*New customers only. €10 minimum deposit required. Qualifying bet must be placed at the normal odds Min bet €5, max bet €5. Extra winnings paid in FREE BETS and added within 72 hrs of qualifying bet settlement. Free bet stakes not included in bet returns. Free bets expire 7 days after credit. This offer may not be combined with any other offer.

The Numbers

In the straight result betting over 90 minutes, England are available at best odds of Even Money with Black Type for the win. That puts the team in a clear lead at the top of the market but we should also mention the other options which are the draw at a top price of 121/50 with MarathonBet and victory for Sweden which is quoted at 39/10 with MarathonBet again.

Moving over to the To Qualify betting and we find England shortening to best odds of 4/9 with Coral and Betway while the Swedes are out at a top price of 47/23 with 188Bet. For this promo to land, all England have to do is go through, whether it’s in 90 minutes or if an extra period plus possibly penalties are needed. If you’re comfortable with that and with the figures involved, here’s what comes next.

888 Sign Up

Because the offer is specifically aimed at new customers to 888, you can only proceed if you don’t have any dealings here at present. If you fit that profile, you can cross from here to complete a simple sign up which only asks for basic information and shouldn’t take up more than around five minutes of your time.

Once validated, you will be welcomed on board as a new account holder and it will then be time to make an opening deposit. Add at least £10.00, which is the minimum set by this deal, and remember to input the Promo Code 888ODDS when asked to do so.

As a final, but important point to keep in mind, 888Sport exclude the majority of their eWallet options for this offer so we suggest you use either a debit or a credit card to add those funds.

Staking and Payment

Using a debit or credit card should also ensure that your money clears straight away and you can then stake the fixed sum of £5.00 on England to qualify from their 2018 World Cup quarter final match against Sweden.

The game takes place in Samara on Saturday July 7, 2018 and it comes with a 3pm kick off, UK time. Sit back and enjoy it if you can and if, at the end of the match, England have made it through to the semi finals, your profits will be paid out in two steps.

The first part of your return will be a cash payment, calculated on 888Sport’s market price for England to qualify. Expect to see that appear in your account as soon as the game comes to an end while the remainder arrives as free bet tokens within 72 hours.

Those tokens take you up to the enhanced odds sum of 5/1 and please remember to look out for them as they have a 7 day shelf life before they expire.

Your Move

The full terms and conditions of this deal appear on the 888 promotions page but we’ve highlighted the significant points of what is a simple offer. It’s now over to you to decide if you want to take it up.

England were not quite at their best against Colombia but this young side showed fight and resilience to come through that game and they are now a shorter-priced option against a less-than-impressive Swedish unit.

We’ve seen plenty of upsets at Russia 2018 but if you have made up your mind to get behind England on Saturday, this is a generous offer with a good price boost and fair staking terms.