Join 888sport for 160-1 England to win the 2018 World Cup
England come into this World Cup without too much expectation from fans and the media. Gareth Southgate has done a good job to play down expectations about how far this young side can go, but has also managed to maintain enough hope and excitement about the competition. The Three Lions come into this competition as the seventh favourite with most bookmakers, which means that even though they are not viewed as one of the favourites, if things click, they could well have a chance. In Harry Kane, England have one of the best centre forwards in the competition and if this young side can create enough chances for him, then you never know what could happen!
England play their final friendly before jetting off to Russia on Thursday night against Costa Rica, and the game will present a number of players with their chance to stake a claim for a starting spot against Tunisia on June 18th. Gareth Southgate is expected to bring the likes of Jack Butland, Harry Maguire, Danny Rose, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jordan Henderson and Jamie Vardy into the starting line up on Thursday, and they will all be hoping to do enough in the game to force their way into the managers plans.
Ahead of the World Cup, 888Sport are offering a huge price boost for new customers to take advantage of. They are offering odds of 160/1 on England to win the World Cup (Usually 17/1). As you can see, this is a huge price boost and would certainly see you gaining a massive chunk of free bet money if England were to win!
This is a really easy offer to take advantage of and all you need to do is sign up for an 888Sport account and deposit £10 into your account using the promotional code, ‘888ODDS’. Once you have deposited the money into your account, place a £5 bet on England to win the World Cup at normal odds and it will be boosted to the 160/1 odds.
If you were considering placing a bet on England to win the World Cup, then this is definitely an offer which could interest you! England are outsiders for the competition and may not have won it since 1966, but if Southgate can get this young side to gel and if Harry Kane brings his club form to Russia, then you just never know!