Betting special: Get 6/1 on Rooney’s England to win by two goals or more

Betting special: Paddy Power are offering new customers enhanced odds of 6/1 on England to beat Norway by two goals or more

The Tipster
By The Tipster

England host Norway at Wembley in their first match since their dismal World Cup campaign on Wednesday – and Paddy Power are offering new customers enhanced odds of 6/1 on the Three Lions to win by two goals or more.

Anyone without a Paddy Power account can get these odds by opening one through this link, with the Irish bookmaker also offering a £10 free matched bet as part of the deal before kick-off at 20:00 BST on Wednesday.

Wayne Rooney is preparing for his first official game as England captain after being officially handed the armband by Roy Hodgson this week.

Roy Hodgson’s men are the heavy pre-match favourites to seal victory in north London ahead of their first Euro 2016 qualifier next week. England are currently priced at around 1/2 to win the game, with the draw available at 3/1.

england v norway betting

With the results market looking relatively unappealing, handicap betting is sensible shout for this game. England are currently 13/10 to win by two goals or more, so Paddy Power’s price boost to 6/1 is sure to tempt plenty of punters into a flutter ahead of this game.

The bookmaker is also offering new customers a free matched bet of up to £10 whether you win or lose with this bet. Click here to open an account now.

Looking at the other markets, Rooney is 7/2 to lead by example and score first at Wembley, with the Manchester United striker priced at 10/11 to net any time and 7/2 to score last.

And for those who fancy an upset, Norway are 6/1 to snatch an unlikely victory.

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