Coral Enhanced Odds Offer: 6/1 on Spain to beat England in their international friendly match on Friday 13th November 2015 – winnings paid in CASH

Back European champions Spain to beat England in tonight’s friendly in Alicante at enhanced odds of 6/1 with Coral (new customers only). The winnings will be paid IN CASH and Coral will give you a £20 free bet if Spain fail to win. Max bet £5.

Coral Spain Enhanced Odds Offer 6 to 1 to beat England

England cruised through Euro 2016 qualifying with a perfect 10 out of 10 victories, but the sides they faced were far from formidable. Tonight they clash with one of the world’s best who – despite fluffing their lines at the World Cup in Brazil – look exceptionally good value at best odds of 6/1 with Coral (compared to the standard odds of 4/5 with most bookies).

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Will Spain beat England on Friday 13th November 2015?

There is no doubt that Roy Hodgson’s England got the job done in the qualifying for the Euros; they were the only teams to have a 100% record and the first side (apart from the hosts France) to secure their qualification. But all that glitters is not gold.

The Three Lions roared, but against the kittens they faced in their group it should hardly give us too much hope that they can suddenly mix it with the best teams in the world. The test against Spain tonight will be crucial on two levels: firstly it will give the England players a sense of what it’s like to play against a decent side (and make no mistake, Spain are still a VERY decent side), and secondly it will serve to keep the England fans’ feet on the ground ahead of next summer.

Spain have quality all over the pitch and given that England’s defence has been rarely tested in recent times, we fancy Spain will run out relatively comfortable winners. Hodgson will no doubt set his team up to soak up the pressure and hit Spain on the break, using the pace of Raheem Sterling and perhaps Jamie Vardy, but Spain are well versed in playing against such tactics and they will play a patient and assured game, gradually crafting the openings with which to hurt England.

It might be a relatively tight game for long periods, but we feel that the Spanish have the means to weave their way through a England defence that – let’s face it – lacks the solidity and experience that would allow it to withstand Spanish attacks for a whole 90 minutes.

In short, backing Spain at 4/5 looks fair value… backing them at 6/1 is as big a steal as you will find for a while!