England take on Panama on Sunday afternoon, with Gareth Southgate’s side looking to confirm their place in the knockout stage of this summer’s World Cup with a second consecutive victory in Group G. Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane was at the double in helping England overcome Tunisia last time around, with the skipper undoubtedly hoping to add to his tally against debutants Panama. For those looking to back Kane to score this weekend, there is perhaps no better platform than Coral ahead of kick-off.
The Spurs Captain is always a threat in the final third, with his international record already making him one of England’s best goalscorers. With minnows Panama having struggled against Belgium in their opening match of the World Cup, it promises to be a match full of chances for England, only making Coral’s offer all the more appealing. With odds of 50/1 for Kane to score against Panama available to new customers, taking advantage of this offer could well be your best decision during the competition. For those interested, let’s take a look at the terms and conditions surrounding this offer.
Coral Offer: Terms & Conditions
In order to utilise this offer, users must first register a new account at Coral, before depositing a minimum of £5 online or via your mobile device. Although a maximum stake of just £1 is allowed to be placed using this offer, potential £50 returns could well set you up perfectly for the rest of the tournament. If you place a bet on this market and Kane fails to score, Coral will return your stake in the form of a free bet, making this a risk-free form of wagering. However, should Kane add to his account for England, winnings will be credited to user accounts within 24 hours of the market being settled.
With plenty of time remaining until kick-off on Sunday afternoon, be sure to register a new account at Coral in order to take advantage of this offer. Winning free bets can be redeemed via online or mobile, before being used on any sports market available at Coral.
So what are you waiting for? Register with Coral today, before betting on England leading striker to score his third goal of the World Cup against Panama this weekend.