Argentina 4/1 to beat Nigeria

They may well be already through to the knock-out stages, but Argentina will be looking to beat Nigeria in their final Group F fixture today (5pm, UK time) and maintain their 100% record in a Brazilian World Cup, and further justify themselves as one of the tournament favourites.

And we have a great offer for you if you are looking to back Argentina today and open a new Betfair account, as anybody opening a new Betfair account here can get 4/1 on Argentina winning today. The general price on Argentina is 8/15.

This is a new Betfair accounts only offer, and all new accounts have to be from the UK or Ireland and must be opened using Betfair Promo Code ZEP121.

The maximum bet is £10.00 and it has to be the first bet you place after opening your new Betfair account, and it must be placed pre kick-off. Do not use the Betfair ‘Cash Out’ option in play, or you will lose the price enhancement and only get paid out at the odds at the time of cash out.

If you fancy Nigeria to cause a shock, they are a best price of 8/1, while a draw is 3/1 (both with bet365 who a welcome bonus of £200.00).

Coral also have an interesting offer running for today’s match in Porto Alegre, where they go 5/4 on Messi To Score anytime & Argentina to win.

This offer is available to both new and existing Coral customers, and the maximum bet is £20.00.

And finally, Betbright are offering money back on Correct Score and Scorecast bets if the match ends 0-0. Minimum bet is £5.00, and maximum is £50.00. It is one bet per customer per match, and it is your first bet placed that counts towards the money back (which comes in the form of a free bet).

This offer is open to new and existing customers, if you are a new Betbright customer opening an account here, you can also claim Betbright’s £30.00 risk free bet.

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