The Premier League is about to hit it’s hectic Christmas period with a full round of fixtures over this weekend, that sees four live matches, culminating in another Monday Night Football on Sky Sports between Stoke City and Crystal Palace.
The other live matches see Man City at home to Crystal Palace in the Saturday lunchtime BT fixture. The two live games on Sky on Sunday are Newcastle V Sunderland and Liverpool V Arsenal.
As usual, there are plenty of new account offers, starting with the Betfair offers…….
- 4/1 on Man Utd to beat Aston Villa with Betfair, money back if bet loses
- 3/1 on Man City to beat Crystal Palace with Betfair, money back if City don’t win
- One of 8/1 on Liverpool, 7/1 on Arsenal OR 10/1 Draw with Betfair, money back if bet loses
Other new account offers this weekend are…………
- 4/1 on Chelsea to beat Stoke on Monday Night Football with Betvictor
- 5/1 on Man City to beat Crystal Palace in Premier League with Coral
- 6/1 on Man Utd and Tottenham to both win, Boylesports new MOBILE customers. Enhanced from 11/8
- 5/1 on ONE OF Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man Utd or Man City to win in Prem League this weekend with Sportingbet
- 2/1 on Manchester City to beat Crystal Palace with Winner
As well as these new account sign up offers, there is the return of an old favourite from bet365. Yes, it’s back, it’s the £50.00 in-running free bet for ALL bet365 customers, and it’s available on Liverpool V Arsenal on Sunday.
This is where you get a free bet in-running, up to the same value as the first bet you place on the match pre kick-off. So in other words, if you have £50.00 on Liverpool to win pre kick-off, you can have a £50.00 bet in running, and if it loses, you will get your money back.
If you haven’t already got a bet365 account, you can open one here and claim the £200.00 Welcome Bonus. You will also be able to get the free £50.00 bet, as well as the £200.00 Welcome Bonus, and if that’s not enough, all bet365 customers can also claim a £50.00 free bet when you start to place bets using your mobile or tablet.