Vardy To Score Again Betting

This weekend sees Jamie Vardy, the Premier League’s top scorer, look to extend his goal scoring record when his Leicester City side visit South Wales to take on Swansea City.

Vardy has now scored in 11 successive Premier League matches, and in total has 14 Premier League goals, 4 ahead of closest rival Romelu Lukaku. With Vardy in such hot form, there is a lot of interest in the odds on him continuing with his excellent goalscoring run.

With interest and headlines, tends to come a new betting account offer, and Betfair have duly obliged. Anybody opening a new Betfair account here can get a massive 7/1 on Jamie Vardy to score anytime vs Swansea and £100 in free bets.

This is a new Betfair accounts only offer. The maximum bet at 7/1 is a tenner, and you will get your £10.00 back as a free bet should Vardy not score.

Swansea are in no form of late, they have won just one of their last 10 Premier League matches, drawing three, and losing the other six. Leicester have only lost once all season, with current form showing four wins and two draws, on paper there only looks one winner.

What Are The Odds On Jamie Vardy To Score Against Swansea?

As you would imagine after an eleven match goal scoring streak, the odds on Jamie Vardy to score again today aren’t very long. The best price on Vardy to score anytime against Swansea is 11/8, the bookmakers offering this price are William Hill, Betfred, and Totepool.

The match is being played at Swansea City’s Liberty Stadium, and kick-off is at 3pm. Last season Swansea won the corresponding fixture 2-0.

Recent form also suggests there could be goals in this match. In Swansea’a last 6 matches, there has been Over 2.5 Goals in three of them, while there has been Over 2.5 Goals in four of Leicester’s last 6 matches. The lowest score in any of these games was 1-0. The best price on Over 2.5 Goals in this match is 10/11 with the Betfair Sportsbook.

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