Betting special: Get enhanced odds of 3/1 on Argentina to beat Switzerland

Betting special: Get enhanced odds of 3/1 (from 8/15) on Argentina to beat Switzerland and reach the World Cup quarter-finals

The Tipster
By The Tipster

Argentina take on Swizterland for a place in the quarter-finals of the World Cup on Tuesday – and Paddy Power are offering new customers enhanced odds of 3/1 on Lionel Messi and co to secure victory.

Click here to back Argentina to beat Switzerland at enhanced odds of 3/1 when you sign up with Paddy Power.

Argentina are currently priced at around 8/15 to beat Switzerland with most bookmakers, so the price boost to 3/1 is sure to tempt plenty of punters into backing the favourites to reach the last eight.

Alejandro Sabella’s side qualified for the first knockout stage as Group F winners thanks to wins over Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iran and Nigeria in Brazil.

argentina v switzerland betting offer 3/1

Switzerland are currently available at around 6/1 with most betting firms, while the draw after 90 minutes can be snapped up at 16/5.

Messi has been in sublime form for Argentina heading into Tuesday’s last-16 clash against Switzerland. The Barcelona star was instrumental in helping his side secure three wins from three in their group games, scoring four goals in the first round of matches.

Those stats make the four-time Ballon d’Or winner a good bet to back to score first (at 13/5) any time (at 8/13) and last (at 13/5).

Elsewhere, it may be worth throwing a few quid on both teams to score at 5/6, as both sides have scored in all of their group games in Brazil.


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