England v Lithuania: Get 4/1 on England to Score with Ladbrokes
England may have lost narrowly to Germany in midweek but Gareth Southgate’s men are red hot favourites to take the points when they host Lithuania in their World Cup qualifier on Sunday. Odds on prices are set across the board with Betway offering a best of 2/15 on England to win it so, a deal where the home side are 4/1 just to find the net has to be worth considering.
And, even if this bet were to lose, you can still claim your money back as a free bet so what do you need to do in order to take advantage?
This is an offer for new customers to Ladbrokes so, if you already hold an account here, you can’t unfortunately go ahead but if you are new to the company, head over and register a new account via the promotional landing page.
You should be taken from here to the cashier section where you will need to make a deposit at a minimum of £5.00 or currency equivalent. When your funds are available (this should be instant) it’s time to make that bet on England to score against Lithuania on Sunday March 26 and you can bet between £5.00 and £10.00 on this outcome.
If the bet is successful, your profits at the standard book price will come back into your account while the balance will arrive as a free bet token. If, however, England fail to score, you will still get a refund on your stake in the shape of a free bet token.
Please check terms and conditions relating to Ladbrokes free bets as well as the full ts and cs relating to this offer.
With England at 2/15 just to win it, it’s should be no surprise to see that the best odds on Gareth Southgate’s men actually scoring sit at 1/50 with William Hill. In fact, very few bookies are even quoting on this market this week.
The argument against the outcome will state that England are missing key strikers such as Harry Kane and Wayne Rooney and it’s true that many would be more comfortable with the bet if those two men had made the squad. However, their replacements Jamie Vardy and Jermain Defoe have been in great club form recently and with back up from the likes of Adam Lallana in midfield, surely Southgate’s men can find the net at least once.
Nothing is every guaranteed in any sport but standard odds of 1/50 reflect the likelihood of this outcome so a boosted price of 4/1 with Ladbrokes is a great option if you qualify for the promotion.