The last English club remaining in the Champions League are in action tonight when Manchester City visit Paris for the first leg of their quarter-final fixture, and bet365 are running their regular £50.00 free bet for existing customers on this match.
The really good news is that even if you are only opening a new bet365 account now, you can still claim the standard £200.00 welcome bonus, and the £50.00 free bet in-play on PSG V Manchester City. Existing bet365 customers can claim the £50.00 free bet, as long as you are an active customer.
The maximum free bet you can claim is £50.00, and it can only be used in-play on PSG V Man City. You can claim less if you want, ie, £10.00 or £25.00, etc, etc, it’s up to you.
In order to get the free bet, you need to place a pre match bet on PSG V Man City. This is based on the first bet you place on the match (pre kick-off), so if you wish to get the £50.00 in-play free bet, you need to make your first pre match bet a £50.00 one.
Once you have done that, you will then need to make your first in-play bet a £50.00 bet (it has to be the same amount as your first pre match bet). If that first in-play bet loses, you will get a full refund in cash (usually refunded within an hour or so of the final whistle).
This is a regular offer for bet365 existing customers, and a great reason for getting yourself a bet365 account. There are stacks on in-play markets on football from bet365, ensuring you will have no problem using your £50.00 in-play free bet.
In match betting, PSG are 7/10 to win, the draw is 3/1, and Manchester City are 17/4. PSG are attempting to muscle their way in to the Champions League elite, and turn the big three of Barca, Real Madrid and Bayern, into a big four. If they are serious in this quest, they have to put teams like Man City away.
With the current big three and PSG all avoiding each other in the quarter-final draw, there has never being a better chance for the French team to flex their muscles and show the rest of Europe they belong in the elite group.
While for Manchester City it is a chance for the players to show Pep Guardiola they are worth a place in what is likely to be a vastly reshaped team next season. Winning the Champions League also represents a long shot of getting back into next season’s competition for City, something that is far from certain given their current league position.