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Betfair £10 Free Bet If Messi Or Bale Score Any Time

Betfair have another of their new customer sign up offers on the Copa Del Rey, Spanish Cup Final tonight.

They are offering new customers opening a new Betfair account a Free Bet of up to £10.00 if Lionel Messi or Gareth Bale score tonight, and your first/qualifying bet loses. As well as this, you will also be entitled to the standard £50.00 Betfair Free Bet.

To qualify for this offer you will need to register an account from the UK or Ireland using the promo code ZSK170.

Then you will need to place a Single bet on the Copa Del Rey (kick off is 8.30pm, UK time) between Barcelona and Real Madrid, pre match or in-play as long as it’s before half time on the Betfair Sportsbook Fixed Odds website (not the Betting Exchange).

The minimum bet is 10p, the maximum is £10.00. Your first bet on this match will count as your qualifying bet. If this bet then loses, you will get a refund (in the form of a free bet) up to a maximum of £10.00 if either Messi or Bale score (you obviously can’t place an in-play bet after Messi or Bale have scored).

As is usually the case with these Betfair offers, you can’t place the qualifying bet in an accumulator or yankee, etc, and you also can’t cash out during the match – if you do either if these, the qualifying bet becomes null and void. Any free bets received will be credited within 24 hours of the event finishing.

As well as this offer, you will also be able to claim the standard Betfair £50.00 Free Bet. Just a side note to this, a lot of bookies won’t give you their usual free bet when they put another offer on, so full marks to Betfair for giving both offers (as they generally do).

To claim the maximum £50.00 free bet, you will need to place a £50.00 qualifying bet on the Sportsbook Fixed Odds website. The qualifying bet needs to be a single bet, and has to be at minimum odds of at least 1.2 (1/5), and this needs to be done within 30 days of opening your account.

Your free bet will then be available to use within 24 hours of the qualifying bet being settled. You will then have 30 days to use your free bet, and it will again have to be a single bet placed on the Sportsbook Fixed Odds website, and it will have to be placed on an event at minimum odds of at least 1.2 (1/5). This free bet represents a chance to make an easy £30.00-£35.00 using the Matched Betting method.

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Arsenal Still Favourites For A Top 4 Finish

After getting through to the FA Cup final by the skin of their teeth last Saturday, Arsenal now turn their attentions to getting back into the top 4 after dropping down to 5th place at the weekend.

Everton have now moved into pole position in the race for 4th place, so Arsenal know that they can’t afford anything other than a win when they take on West Ham at the Emirates Stadium tonight.

The Gunners are 2 points behind Everton, and Everton have a 6 goal superior goal difference, which at this stage of the season all but amounts to an extra point.

Despite this, Arsenal are still favourites to finish 4th. Arsene Wenger’s men are a top price of 4/5 with BetVictor to finish in the top 4, while Everton are a best price of 5/4 with Betfair Sportsbook to beat the Gunners to the last Champions League spot – not one bookie I have seen make Everton favourites.

Onto tonight’s match, and not surprisingly Arsenal are heavy favourites – they are 4/9 with Hills, Ladbrokes, Coral, Paddy Power and Bet365 (£50.00 Mobile Free Bet).

The draw is currently 15/4 with Boylesports and SkyBet, and a West Ham win is a best price of 15/2 also with SkyBet and BetVictor.

If you think Arsenal might try and rack up a cricket score to improve their goal difference, the best price on Over 2.5 goals is a best price of 8/13 with Totepool, while Paddy Power go 7/1 that Arsenal win by 4 goals or more.

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Betfair £10 Refund If Bayern Munich Qualify

Betfair are running a double promotion for new sign ups opening an account today and placing a bet on the Bayern Munich V Manchester United, Champions League match tonight.

To start with, they are offering a £/€10.00 refund if Bayern Munich qualify for the next round of the Champions League, and on top of that, you can also claim their £50.00 Free Bet.

Both these offers are for new accounts only. All new accounts need to be registered from the UK or Ireland and customers that sign up need to do so using the promo code ZSK150.

To claim the £10.00 refund if Bayern qualify, all you need to do is place a Sportsbook Fixed Odds (not Exchange) single bet on the Bayern V Man Utd match tonight, and if Bayern get through to the next round of the competition and your bet loses, you get your money back as a free bet token.

The minimum bet is 10p, and the maximum bet is £10.00. The bet can be placed pre-match or in-play, but be aware that it is your first bet (on this match) after you sign up that is eligible for the refund.

So for example, you could sign up for a Betfair account today, and place £10.00 on Over 3.5 Goals (currently 5/4). If the game ends 2-1 to Bayern, they would qualify and your bet would have lost, so you would get a refund of £/€10.00.

As well as this offer, new account sign ups will also receive a £50.00 Free Bet. Your qualifying bet needs to be placed within 30 days of opening your account, and needs to be at odds of 1/2 (1.5) or greater, and must be a single bet placed on a Sportsbook Fixed Odds market (not the Exchange).

Once you have done this, you will receive your £50.00 free bet within 24 hours. The free bet also has to be used at odds of 1/2 (1.5) or greater on the Sportsbook Fixed Odds site (not the Exchange).

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Next Tottenham Manager Odds

Tim Sherwood hasn’t even been sacked yet and already bookmakers have a market up for the next Tottenham manager, with Dutchman Louis Van Gaal installed as a heavy odds on favourite.

BetVictor are 4/7 on Van Gaal, and that is currently the market leader, with Stan James going as short as 1/3 already. Second favourite is Saints’ manager, Mauricio Pochettino, who is a best price of 6/1 with Stan James, but in keeping with differing opinions, he is 4/1 with most other layers.

In the world of the bookmakers, this appears to be a simple 2 horse race, as next in the betting is Jurgen Klinsmann and Michael Laudrup, both at best prices of 25/1.

Klinsmann is 25/1 with Bet365 (£200.00 Sign Up Bonus), who have Laudrup at 16/1. While you can get Laudrup at 25/1 with BetVictor.

Significant others are Glenn Hoddle 33/1, a return for Harry Redknapp is 66/1. One I like the look of is Rafa Benitez, who is a top price of 40/1 with Bet365 to leave Napoli and take over.

Benitez likes it in England, and knows how to set up and organise a team, something which Spurs seems to badly lack. Would he be prepared to leave Napoli after just one year though? That’s the major doubt. I’m not suggesting it will happen, I just have a feeling that Benitez would be a good fit for Spurs, and at 40/1 it is good value for a small bet.

As I already mentioned though, Tim Sherwood hasn’t been sacked yet. Betfair (Exchange) currently have him as second favourite at 11/5, behind ‘No Manager To Leave’ in their next manager to leave his post market.

The speculation suggests he will be sacked at the end of the season, and I don’t think Sherwood is going to quit on principle. In football though, nothing surprises us, but I don’t see it as great value at 11/5.

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4th Place Finish Betting – Arsenal Still Favourites

Despite beating Arsenal with ease yesterday and putting the outcome of a Top 4 finish in their own hands, Everton still find themselves comfortably in second place when it comes to the betting for a Top 4 finish.

Arsenal still hold 4th place ahead of Everton, but only by 1 point, and Everton have a game in hand along with – maybe more crucially – a better goal difference (Everton are +21, Arsenal are +16).

All these hammerings Arsenal have taken against their main title rivals (originally), and now Top 4 rivals, could well come back to haunt them.

A five goals swing in Everton’s favour at this stage of the season could be very crucial, and shows just how bad Arsenal were yesterday, as just one goal back for them would have seen the goal difference gap close by two goals.

Despite all this, the bookies still have Arsenal as favourites to claim 4th place. They are odds on everywhere, and the 4/6 available with William Hill and BetVictor is the best price around at the moment.

Everton are obviously odds against, and the 8/5 with Ladbrokes is the stand out price on the Toffeemen making the top 4. If you are an eternal optimist, Man Utd are 33/1 and Tottenham are 50/1.

Everton still have to host both Manchester United and City in the run in, while the Gunners have now finished their daunting run of matches, and have a relatively easier looking run in – this is no doubt part of the reason why Everton are regarded as the outsiders.

That said, Everton are the form side, while Arsenal looked pretty toothless yesterday and also have a lot of injuries to contend with.

Can Everton be trusted to keep up this form though? They are inexperienced in this type of run in, while Arsenal regularly leave it this late to secure Champions League football, and therefore know what to do in these situations.

There are pros and cons in both camps, but on the whole I can see why Arsenal have maintained favouritism in this market.

Don’t forget to check out Pre Match Trading if you like the sound of making money from Premier League matches before a ball has even be kicked.

Pre Match Trading is a tool that spots misaligned prices on Betfair (Betting Exchange), allowing you to trade the markets and make money, before it gets up to speed and realigns itself. The Premier League is ideal for this, as there is always plenty of money/liquidity available to trade the markets with. The Tottenham V Sunderland match tonight will be ideal to give it a try.

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Betfair £10 No Lose Double

The Premier League takes center stage again today, and Betfair have two magnificent sign up offers for any new customers opening accounts today.

First, there is the £50.00 Free Bet, and as well as this the Betfair £10.00 no lose double is back today, and with two brilliant games in the Premier League alone to choose from, it is a good day to make the most of these offers.

These are new customer only offers, and only available to new accounts registered in the UK or Ireland. All you need to do is open a Betfair account today, and place a Match Odds Double (or higher, treble, fourfold and so on), across any football matches this weekend, and if it loses, Betfair will give you a £10.00 free bet token.

Just to clarify, the ‘Match Odds’ market is Win, Lose or Draw. So for example Everton are playing Arsenal today, and if you are to use this match, you would have to choose from an Everton win, an Arsenal win, or the draw.

Your bet must be placed pre kick off on the Sportsbook (Fixed Odds) platform, and your first bet (double or more) will be classed as your qualifying bet, you will also need to select your teams from the list of leagues and competitions below……

English Premier League
English Championship
English League One
English League Two
English FA Cup
English Capital One Cup
Scottish Premier League
Scottish Championship
Scottish League One
Scottish League Two
Spanish Primera Division
Spanish Copa Del Rey
German 1. Bundesliga
German Cup
Italian Serie A
Italian Coppa Italia
French Ligue 1
French Coupe de France
UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
International Football Matches

You cannot use the Betfair cash out option on this offer and Exchange bets, Exchange multiples and in-play bets are not included in this promotion.

So if you fancy a Merseyside double today (it currently pays 5/2), you could have your tenner on it, and if the bets loses, you will get your £10.00 back… and don’t forget, you will also qualify for the Betfair £50.00 Free Bet.

As with Betfair, one login serves the Sportsbook (Fixed Odds), and their Betting Exchange. So if it’s a betting exchange account you after, you can still open an account using this offer, and then just the Exchange thereafter.

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Betfair Aintree Refunds if SP favourite wins

Slightly off the beaten track today, but with the Aintree Festival upon us, I thought I’d let you know that Betfair are offering any new account sign ups a great refund promotion over the whole of the Grand National meeting from Aintree over the next 3 days.

Any new customers opening a Betfair account will be entitled to a refund on their first bet of every race of the Aintree meeting if that horse doesn’t win, and the SP favourite (or joint favourite) does win.

As I already stated, this is a new customer only promotion, and it only applies to the Sportsbook (Fixed Odds) site, not the betting exchange.

You will need to open your new Betfair account between now and 4:00pm tomorrow (4th April, 2014), and use the Promo Code ZSK130 when you sign up. Every refund is up to a maximum of £/€25.00 and will come in the form of a free bet token. It only applies to bets placed pre-race, any bets placed in-running won’t count.

As well as this, Betfair are also giving away a £50.00 Free Bet to new customers. To claim this offer you will need to place a qualifying bet at odds of over 1.5 (1/2) within 30 days of opening your account. This need to be a single, and needs to be placed on the Sportsbook (Fixed Odds) section.

Again, if it’s a Betting Exchange account you are after, don’t worry as you can use the same login on both the Sportsbook and Betting Exchange platforms.

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PSG V Chelsea – Paddy Power Money Back with Eden Hazard again

Paddy Power’s love in with Chelsea’s Eden Hazard continues tonight, as they are again offering money back as a free bet on all losing First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, Correct Score & Scorecast singles on the match, if Eden Hazard scores at any time during the 90 minutes.

This looks to be an intriguing match tonight, with what looks on paper to be two fairly evenly matched teams. It promises to be a tactical battle, and this is usually the time that Jose Mourinho’s skills come into fruition.

I can’t see Chelsea going to Paris, and going all out for the win, but I’m sure they will be looking for the vital away goal, while trying to keep the match close and tight. Players of the rarity and class of Hazard are vital in such tight contests.

The draw looks a good bet tonight, and at the moment the draw is a top price of 12/5 with Bet365 (who also have £200.00 in sign up offers available to new customers and a £50.00 Free Mobile Bet for existing customers). As a result of the bookies expecting a tight match, Under 2.5 goals is also very short, it is currently as short as 1/2 with some layers.

Back to outright match betting, and if you fancy a PSG victory, it is a best price of 23/20 with BetVictor. PSG have been steadily drifting over the last 24 hours, having been around even money and just above at the start of the week.

Chelsea on the other hand are a best price of 16/5 with Coral. It is the draw that seems to be getting backed though, and I’m not sure how long the 12/5 will last for though.

Like with Bayern Munich last night though, it is sometimes risky backing the away team, as they can often be content with a scoring draw, or even losing by the odd goal as long as they get an away goal. In the case of backing a Chelsea win tonight though, 16/5 represents far better value than the 4/9 available on Bayern last night.

In terms of qualifying from this tie, the bookies can’t seem the separate the two teams. Most go 10/11 or 5/6 on both sides to qualify, you can get Evens on PSG with Betfair Sportsbook though.

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