Saturday 12th June – £10 to £1000 Euro 2020 Turbo Challenge – Bet 1
It’s turbo timeeee! I’m aiming to turn £10 into £1000 in 10 bets over the first week of Euro 2020! Who’s joining in with me? The first bet gets underway in the Wales vs Switzerland game at 2pm on Saturday.
New follower? I highly recommend setting up a Betfair account if you want to get involved. All markets will be available with them and you’ll also get a £20 risk-free bet to kick things off with.
That means if you sign up and place up to £20 on the first bet of the challenge, you’ll get your stake refunded as withdrawable cash if it loses.
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1. Sign Up
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2. Place Bet
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3. Risk Free
It wins = you win cash. It loses = stake back in cash.
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Obviously there are no guarantees that we’ll go all the way in this challenge, I’m very open and honest about that. Please make sure you only start with a stake you’re comfortable risking and never gamble more than you can afford to lose.
Here’s my research behind Bet 1:
We start with the Gareth Bale show for bet 1, a lot of Welsh hope is sitting on the shoulders of their talisman.
After rejuvenating his career with a loan spell at Spurs this season, Bale is ready to take on the world for his beloved national team. He bagged 11 goals in 20 games for Spurs this season and proved many people wrong who doubted he could still perform to a high standard at that level.
He’s someone who always looks to take shots on, he’s not a player that needs a chance created for him – he can easily do that himself. Expect to see him cutting inside and crafting opportunities to rifle some shots off on that left foot of his. In his last 11 games for Wales he’s averaged 3.54 shots per game (we need 2) and 1.67 shots on target (we need 1).
It’s a tough game to call this but I’m confident in putting some trust into the biggest name on the pitch. Of course, Bale will also be on free-kick duty, which is an immediate portion of the bet ticked even if he doesn’t hit the target.
Ricardo Rodriguez will be Bales’ closest opponent. He’s never been the quickest or most physical, much more a technician than anything else; I can see him struggling with Bales physicality and pace. He’s also tasked with creating for Switzerland from wide areas so may find himself out of position, something I’m sure Bale will be looking to take advantage of.