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Betfair 3/1 Both Teams To Score Real Madrid V Bayern Munich

Betfair are running another fantastic offer on tonight’s 2nd Champions League semi-final between Spain’s, Real Madrid and current European Champions, Bayern Munich.

Anybody opening a Betfair account here can get 3/1 on both teams to score in the Real Madrid V Bayern Munich match tonight (Kick-Off 7.45pm), which is a good offer considering the regular price is currently 8/15.

This is a new accounts offer only, and all account have to be registered in the UK or Ireland, and need to sign up using Promo Code ZEP501.

Once you have opened your new Betfair account, you will simply need to place a pre kick-off bet on the Betfair Sportsbook fixed odds website (not the Betting Exchange) on ‘Yes’ in the ‘Both Teams To Score’ market in the match between Real and Bayern.

The maximum stake is €/£10.00, and your first bet on this market qualifies at the enhanced price (of 3/1). Please be aware that if you use the ‘cash out’ option during the match, you won’t qualify for the enhanced price.

You won’t see 3/1 on your betslip, the current price is 8/15, so you will see that. Don’t worry though, because you will still get paid out at 3/1 (if the bet wins).

If the bet wins (both teams score), you will get paid out at the 8/15 straight away (£15.30 winnings + £10.00 stake = £25.30), and you will get the rest of your winnings (the remaining £14.70) topped up within the next 24 hours.

This gives you a total return of £40.00 (£30.00 winnings + £10.00 stake) from Betfair, not a bad return for a match that promises plenty of goals.

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Next Manchester United Manager Betting

I wrote on David Moyes sack page early yesterday (Monday) morning that I didn’t see United making a change before the end of the season, so how wrong was I…. as United have sacked Moyes today.

Never ones to miss an opportunity, Bookmakers already had ‘Next Manchester United Manager’ markets live last night, before Moyes had actually been (officially) fired – such is the ruthless nature of both football and betting.

So who is favourite to be the next Manchester United manager? The early front runner in the market is Dutchman, Louis Van Gaal, who was the previous favourite for the Spurs job – a market that also went live with Tottenham still having a manager.

Van Gaal is currently a best price of 3/1 with both Stan James and BetVictor (£25.00 Free Bet).

After Van Gaal in the betting, comes Borussia Dortmund manager, Jurgen Klopp at a general 6/1 (although I have seen 10/1 with Coral, but I don’t expect that to last).

Klopp looks a genuine contender to me, he has built up a magnificent team spirit, has been successful in Europe (taking Dortmund to the 2013 Champions League final), and has shown he can build a team from scratch – he does though, have no Premier League experience.

Ryan Giggs is a best price of 8/1 with Stan James (£10.00 Free Bet), he will probably get a chance to audition for the job for the remainder of the season.

Then comes the impressive Diego Simeone at 18/1 with Bet365 (£200.00 Sign Up Bonus) who is currently building himself an impressive reputation at Atletico Madrid, with the chance to impress more as he squares up tactically to Jose Mourinho tonight in the Champions League.

There then comes a certain Fergie in the betting. So what price is Sir Alex Ferguson to be the next Manchester United manager? Ferguson is a best price of 20/1 with Skybet (£30.00 Free Bet).

I wouldn’t discount Ferguson, he has had a break, he may well feel slightly responsible for what has happened, and I can’t envisage that he has lost any of his hunger.

He is also at nearly all the United matches, which shows he still retains a healthy interest. It’s not like he has moved to an island in the West Indies and has happily retired there. So I certainly wouldn’t be ruling him out.

Don’t forget that there are sign up offers and free bets with all the bookmakers listed on this page, in fact there are offers with all the bookmakers listed on this site.

If your not a massive fan of betting on these Next Manager Markets but feel you have a hunch on this one, then it could be the ideal time to use a free bet.

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Totepool Offering Even Money On Liverpool To Beat Norwich

Sunday sees yet another exciting day of Premier League action and Totepool have a great double offer available to kick things off.

New customers opening a Totepool account today can get Even money (enhanced from 4/11) on Liverpool beating Norwich in today’s first Premier league match, and on top of that, you will also qualify for a £10.00 free bet.

The maximum amount that can be placed on Liverpool at Even money is £20.00, and this can only be claimed by opening an account online (mobile and text accounts don’t qualify) between 9.00am and 12noon on Sunday 20th April.

Assuming Liverpool win, you will be paid out on the 4/11 immediately (£27.20 = £20.00 stake + £7.20 winnings), with the further £12.80 paid into your account within 24 hours – a nice potential bonus payment of £12.80.

To say Liverpool and Luis Suarez enjoy playing against Norwich would be an understatement (Suarez has scored 11 goals in 4 games against Norwich, including 2 hat-tricks), and I expect today will be no different – for the record, Suarez is a best price of 4/6 with the Betfair Fixed Odds Website (£50.00 Free Bet) to score any time today.

As I already mentioned, you will also qualify for the £10.00 Totepool free bet. To get this as well, all you need to do is place another bet (after the Liverpool one), this time for a minimum of £5.00 and on an event at odds of Even money (2.00) or greater.

You will receive your £10.00 Free Bet as soon as your qualifying bet has been placed, and you will then have 7 days to use your free bet. Like with the qualifying bet, your free bet will also have to be placed on a market at odds of Even money (2.00) or greater.

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Liverpool 2/7 For The Title

Without even kicking a ball, Liverpool have found themselves cut in the betting to win the Premier league thanks to Sunderland’s remarkable win against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge today.

Liverpool are now a best price of just 2/7 with Skybet (£30.00 Free Bet) to win their first league title since 1990, and of all the ironies, it was actually a Liverpool player who scored Sunderland’s winner today, and that’s about all Fabio Borini has managed to do in his season long loan from Liverpool.

Not many other than devout Liverpool fans would have given them much chance of winning the league this season, I certainly didn’t. I expected to see a significant improvement, but nothing like this. Liverpool are now just in such a rich vein of form, a league title for Steven Gerard and his team looks all but inevitable.

Over one hundred pounds at 43/1 has been matched on Liverpool to win the league on the Betfair Betting Exchange, they are now just 1.32.

The gravity of where Liverpool now stand can’t be lost on Rodgers and his team, they must be aware that Chelsea will almost certainly be a lot stronger next year, Manchester City can’t keep underachieving, Arsenal will probably strengthen over the summer, and maybe even Manchester United might mount a challenge next season.

Will Liverpool ever have a better chance? And this is arguably Steven Gerrard’s last chance to win the league. If they do win the title, then who knows where it might lead, they could attract Europe’s elite this summer and they should have no problem holding on to Suarez. Then all of a sudden it’s a totally different ball game for Liverpool.

The next 4 matches that Liverpool play will almost certainly have a far more significant impact on the future of the football club, than just what happens in the remainder of this season.

Brendan Rodgers also stands on the brink of history, and he is now a best price of 4/11 with Paddy Power to be named LMA Manager of the Year. His closest challenger is Crystal Palace manager, Tony Pulis, is who is 11/4.

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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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