Paddy Power offer 6/1 enhanced odds on Germany to beat France

4th July 2014 | World Cup Betting category: World Cup Betting & Odds
World Cup Betting & Odds

Germany v France betting kicks off the World Cup 2014 quarter final action and this has the potential to be a fantastic match. The two nations look pretty evenly matched, with Germany, one of the tournament’s heaviest back nations, going to receive a tough time from the French, who have looked fantastic dark horse shots. With the French having won five and lost just one of the last seven meetings between the two nations, Les Bleus may be backed to cause an upset.

The French go as 2/1 underdogs for the match, with Germany as 6/4 favourites for the win. The draw option is trading at 9/4. But those odds are just a mere fraction of the prices that you could get at Paddy Power, thanks to their great new promotion which they have up for new customers joining on Friday, July 4th.

In this new account offer, you can grab some enhanced odds on Germany v France betting, which are easy to get. Just register a new account with Paddy Power and place your first wager of up to £10 on the 90-minute match market at the regular odds.

With the Paddy Power Germany v France offer, you can back Germany at 6/1 (from 6/4), France at 7/1 (from 2/1) or the draw at 8/1 (from 9/4). The odds are for the 90 minute market only. This is a time limited offer so get in there quick if you are not a Paddy Power customer!

If the match outright option that you back wins, then your bet will be settled immediately at the regular odds, and then your will get an account adjustment to top up your winnings to the enhanced price! This offer is exclusive is for new Paddy Power accounts only and it will expire at 5pm on July 4th.

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