Betting special: Enhanced odds of 5/1 on England to beat Uruguay

World Cup betting special: Get enhanced odds of 5/1 (from 6/5) on England to beat Uruguay on Thursday

The Tipster
By The Tipster

England face Uruguay in Thursday’s crunch World Cup clash – and new Paddy Power customers can back the Three Lions to win at enhanced odds of 5/1 (from 6/5).

Anyone without a Paddy Power account can get the price boost of 5/1 on England to beat Uruguay by clicking here.

Roy Hodgson’s side were left to reflect on defeat in their opening game in Brazil, despite a very impressive performance against Italy in the Group D clash on Saturday.

Daniel Sturridge cancelled out the Azzurri‘s opener in Manaus but Mario Balotelli struck early in the second half to hand Cesare Prandelli’s men a 2-1 win.

However, there were plenty of positives to take for the Three Lions, who showed lots of attacking intent. With that in mind, Paddy Power’s hugely enhanced price of 5/1 on England to beat Uruguay on Thursday is sure to tempt plenty of patriotic punters into a flutter ahead of the game.

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Looking at the other markets in this game, Sturridge to score any time is certainly worth a punt at 13/8 after his impressive display against Italy.

Another bet to consider is over 2.5 goals at 4/5. With both sides having lost their opening games in Brazil, Uruguay and England will need to go for it as they aim to take a step towards reaching the last 16.

The more adventurous punter may also be tempted into backing Gary Cahill to score any time for England at great odds of 12/1. The Chelsea centre-half is always a threat from set-pieces and is worth backing at that price.

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