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AS ROY CHOOSES HIS BOYS TONYBET.COM GOES BEST ODDS FOR ENGLAND TO WIN EURO 2016 AT 10/1

2016-05-16 12:11
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PLAY EURO 2016 MADNESS BRACKET AND WIN £1 MILLION

16th May 2016 — England manager Roy Hodgson announced his England squad for the Euro 2016 Finals in France at 11am and Tonybet.com have committed to being best odds for England to win at a standout 10/1! The rest of the market is in the region of 8/1!

In addition, today Tonybet.com launches its £1 million Euro 2016 Madness bracket. Bet £3 and predict the top three finishers in each group then the winners of the knockout stages and final! Be the only person to do it and there is a £1 million pay-out!

Tonybet.com UK spokesman Warren Lush said: “We believe we offer the world’s best odds on England to win Euro 2016 at 10/1. Roy’s picked his boys but it has been 50 years since the Three Lions have won a major championship so we feel we are safe taking such a big stand. If you believe and have the Hart come and Kane us with the pound Sterling!”

“England are always the best backed team for any major championship worldwide so we know we are putting it all on the line and we could be totally crushed if they win. While backing England at the amazing 10/1 we encourage people to pay £3 and take part in the Euro 2016 Madness bracket. There is even an autofill option to do it for you if you want. We just did and England came out winners in a final with Slovakia so we hope this isn’t an ominous sign!”

Tonybet.com are committed to holding their best price England for at least 24 hours but hope to be able to hold it for as long as possible. “We don’t think England will win and are willing to be poor and join the party if they do - we are ready to feel the force of the patriotic punt,” added Lush.

For the 10/1 England see: https://tonybet.com/football/europe/uefa-euro-2016-championship-france-winner

Tonybet.com recently offered a huge 200/1 that Leicester City would win the Premier League next year when the common price was 40/1. 

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