Despite conceding home advantage, England are the odds on favourites for victory in this match but under a new customer promotion from Bet on Brazil, you can take that figure above the Even Money mark.
As we mentioned, this is a deal for new customers to Bet on Brazil and in reward for signing up, you can increase their standard odds to 2/1. There are some conditions to follow and while we recommend that you read all of these, here are the most important points.
Sign up via the dedicated landing page for this Six Nations offer and make a credit of at least £50.00 via either debit or credit card. £50.00 is the minimum that you must stake under this deal and while you can bet more, only the first £50.00 will secure returns at the enhanced odds figure of 2/1.
If you are successful with your bet, a return at the book price will come straight back into your account. This is subject to change but like all bookies, Bet on Brazil are set to quote England at an odds on figure.
Your balance, up to that 2/1 price will appear as a free bet token with the operator’s standard free bet terms applying from this point.
We didn’t see the best from either of these two sides as both went behind in their opening fixtures. England had the toughest test at home to France and eventually ground out a 19-16 win to keep alive hopes for anyone who has backed Eddie Jones’ men to complete a second consecutive Grand Slam.
As for Wales, they were struggling at half time against Italy but their greater class showed in the second period as they came from 7-0 down to come through by 33 points to 7.
Overall, there is little to choose between Wales and England in terms of form but the reigning Six Nations Champions should take the points here if they are at their best. They won the Grand Slam last year and continued their great run in the Autumn Internationals so, if you feel that England are the better bet for Saturday’s game, you can get an interesting price boost under this Bet on Brazil promotion.
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