With the start of Euro 2016 in sight, the online gambling kingdom is awash with various offers, promotions and giveaways for customers old and new.
Chief among them is bwin’s deal on the ever-popular top goalscorer market.
Simply wager £25 on the player you think will outscore his contemporaries in France and, every time he finds the net, you’ll trouser a £5 free bet.
More details on the promotion can be found by clicking this link.
But with so many possible selections, who’s going to deliver these free bets?
Here are our three candidates:
The Arsenal striker is a notoriously streaky goalscorer and ended his club season with six goals in three games.
He bagged a further three in France’s two pre-tournament warm up games, which should see him edge out Andre-Pierre Gignac as Les Bleus’ starting number nine ahead of their tournament opener against Romania.
With France scoring at least three in each of their four friendlies that followed a 2-0 loss against England, his country are in fine chance-fashioning form and Giroud will be the main beneficiary of their creative quality.
A £25 bet on the Gunners ace will yield £350 of cold, hard profit should he prove the competition’s most lethal marksman (plus a heap of free £5 bets).
Nolito – 25/1
They may have had a disastrous World Cup and lost their last warm up game to Georgia (without scoring, no less) but Spain will go far in France.
Nolito will be key in helping them to do so. He looked especially lively in recent friendlies, scoring four times in two matches and attracted all manner of high-profile admirers after a stellar season with Celta Vigo, for whom he struck 12 goals in La Liga.
Having started each of La Roja’s last four friendlies, he’s obviously a major part of Vicente del Bosque’s plans for the tournament and, at such a meaty price, must be considered as a potential leading scorer. Incidentally, a countryman of his topped or shared pole position in the goal-getting charts in each of the previous two Euros.
Marc Janko – 50/1
The towering Austrian is a huge price for a reason, but his country have been touted by many as a potential dark horse at the Euros and he spearheads their talented attack.
In qualification for this tournament, the FC Basel frontman notched seven goals and in a fairly straightforward group – Austria have very winnable fixtures against Hungary and Iceland, as well as weakest of the top seeds, Portugal – Janko could well establish himself as a genuine contender for the crown early on.