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Paddy Power England Germany Offer – What is it and how do I get it?

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All eyes will be on Wembley Stadium tonight from 5PM as the much anticipated England v Germany match takes place, as both sides look to get to the quarter finals of Euro 2020.

There are many who think that perhaps this is England’s time to lift the German hoodoo that has loomed over the Three Lions over the past few years. There is plenty of optimism amongst the England fans, who know a result against the old enemy would see a relatively easier passage to the final.

Of course, there are a number of bookmakers who are licking their lips at a potential betting bonanza and once such bookmaker Paddy Power, has announced their free bet offer on the game.

The offer is 35/1 Harry Kane to have 1+ shot on target during the match (18+T&C Apply begambleaware)

How to Get England v Germany Paddy Power Offer:

The Tottenham man, who is looking for a move away from the North London club has had a mixed tournament so far but surely this bet looks like it has a great chance of landing. As with all these deals you must read all the terms and conditions of the offer.

England are currently the 13/10 favourites to win the game, while their opponents Germany are 2/1 to progress to the quarter finals. The draw is quoted as 9/4.

It’s certainly a game not to be missed and Paddy Power will be hoping their offer gives them a profitable Euro 2020.

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