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England price boost! Back Three Lions at 2/1 with Winner

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Winner 2/1 about England winning tonight.

Back England at 2/1 and claim a free £50 bet with Winner when you sign up.

If you haven’t yet opened an account with Winner, then you’re in luck as the leading UK bookmaker have gone crazy with their latest welcome bonus.

Not only can you enjoy a price-boosted 2/1 that England beat Uruguay tonight but you can also claim a free £50 bet when you bet just £25 with Winner.

How to claim 2/1 about England

  1. Click here to register a Winner account
  2. Register an account, depositing £25 or more
  3. Place a first bet of £10 or more on England at the normal match odds

If England win the game, you will initially see your bet settled at the standard odds. Winner will then boost your winnings at the enhanced price within 48 hours.

It’s a great way to get involved with Winner and you can also scoop a free £50 World Cup bet when you have placed £25 on any sports betting market.

England look likely to win this evening’s match, with Steven Gerrard warning his team-mates that they are in for a miserable summer if the Three Lions miss out against Uruguay this evening.

“Basically, to realise it could be a terrible, long, frustrating summer if we don’t get it right on Thursday,” Gerrard recalled. “There is no hiding place for a player when you go out of a tournament earlier than you expect. It can be tough and it can take an awful long time to get over it. A lot of people know that in the dressing room but there are a few young lads in there too, so it was important for them to realise what is at stake and how important this game is.

“I have been there. I have had that feeling. So I know what that feeling is about and that is the feeling I don’t want on Friday morning. It wasn’t a message to scare any of the lads but it was a wake-up call to everyone in the room. It wasn’t to scare anyone, or intimidate anyone, but this is the reality of where we are and we need everyone focused and right on it, individually and collectively, on Thursday, otherwise it is going to be a terrible, long summer.”