4/1 on Spain or 10/1 on Holland with Betfair

Tonight’s main instalment of football from the World Cup sees Spain take on Holland in a repeat of what was the 2010 World Cup final from South Africa, won by Spain with a goal from Andrés Iniesta (just in case you were on Mars at the time).

And for this match, Betfair are running another of their magnificent World Cup promotions on either team to win the match.

Anybody opening a new Betfair account through this link can get an enhanced price of either 4/1 on a Spain victory, or 10/1 on a Holland victory in tonight’s Group B match from Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador.

This is a ‘one-or-the-other offer, it is only open to new customers, and you have to be registering your account from either the UK or Ireland, using Betfair Promo Code ZSK186.

As well as the Betfair offer, Winner are also offering an enhanced price promo on this match.

Anybody opening a new Winner account through this link can get an enhanced price of 5/2 on Spain or 5/1 on Holland. Again, this is a one-or-the-other offer, and again this is a new customer offer and the maximum bet is £10.00, and this has to be the first bet you place after you open your new winner account.

Combining these two offers gives you 4/1 on Spain and 5/1 on Holland, or 5/2 on Spain and 10/1 on Holland, depending on which way you may wish to hedge it.

In general betting on this match, Spain are unsurprisingly the favourites, they are 5/6 favourites, with the Dutch at 17/4 and the draw is 12/5.

Spain matches can tend to be low scoring matches, so if you are planning on having a bet on selected markets, bet365 could be the best place to bet as they have a 0-0 bore draw refund on any World Cup matches that end 0-0.

This is where you get your money back an any losing Correct Score, Half Time/Full Time or Scorecast bets if the game ends 0-0, more details can be found on the bet365 website, where you will also receive a £200.00 welcome bonus.

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: