It’s not quite lose or bust for Roy Hodgson’s men but people will be expecting the Three Lions to overcome Sweden in their second Group D match, as Paddy Power announce a superb cashback offer – they’ll offer all footybunker.com visitors free bets worth £250/€250 to pick up, but will also refund losing bets if Steven Gerrard scores for England tonight!
They played with plenty of steel and discipline in their 1-1 with France however more will be needed going forward to pick up three points against the dangerous Swedes, who will be looking to bounce back from their 2-1 defeat against Ukraine.
England are fancied to take their points tally to four points with a win and can be backed at (23/20 with Paddy Power) whilst the draw is a 21/10 poke and a Sweden win is available at 11/4.
If Steven Gerrard scores at any time in the match then Irish-firm Paddy Power will refund all losing First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, Correct Score and Scorecast single bets placed on the match.
England v Sweden Odds : Paddy Power Free Bet Code
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The England captain is the likeliest goalscorer from the midfield foursome with his driving runs from midfield expected to cause the Swedes some problems. He’s certainly a player to score anytime.
This offer from Paddy will give punters a fantastic opportunity to attack the first goalscorer market with confidence knowing they have the security of Gerrard, who has scored 19 goals for his country and will be England’s main free-kick and penalty taker.
Danny Welbeck was arguably England’s standout player in the opening game against France and that was without being presented with any goalscoring opportunities. It is thought that England will have more attacking play against the Swedes with Welbeck the man responsible for taking those chances. He scored his first international goal against Belgium in a warm-up match and should be of interest to double his tally at 7/1 with Paddy.
After Joleon Lescott’s goal against France it seems as England pose a strong threat from set-pieces; he is 25/1 to notch first again whilst centre-back partner John Terry can be backed at 22/1.