Super Cup Winner Betting

It’s the Super Cup tonight, which is UEFA’s battle between their two European Trophy holders, and this year it is an all Spanish affair as Real Madrid take on Sevilla in Cardiff (7.45 Kick Off, UK Time).

Bet365 make Real Madrid heavy odds on favourites to lift the UEFA Super Cup for the second time, with Seville the outsiders. New signing’s, James Rodriguez, Toni Kroos and Keylor Navas are all expected to feature, with Rodriguez the main headline act after his World Cup exploits with Columbia.

Madrid are 2/5 to lift the Cup in 90 minutes, while they can be backed at 2/11 to lift the Trophy (win by any method).

Sevilla on the other hand are a massive looking 7/1 to win in 90 minutes, and 4/1 to lift the trophy. If you fancy a 90 minutes draw, then that can be backed at 17/4 with bet365.

Speaking of draws, and it makes sense to place any Correct Score, Half-Time/Full-Time or Scorecast bets with bet365, because if it is a 0-0 draw, you will get a refund on your first bet on either one of those markets under bet365’s 0-0 bore draw refund, which is available to both new and existing customers.

If you aren’t already a bet365 customer, you can join here and take advantage of their £200.00 Welcome Bonus – a market leading sign up package.

When you get a bet365 account you will see that they are a good bookie for existing customers, with benefits like live streaming of major European football leagues, such as Germany, France and Italy. They also offer existing customers a £50.00 free bet on mobile, and unlimited each-way places on first goal scorer bets.

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Wayne Rooney Total Goals Betting

Wayne Rooney seems to be liking life under new coach Louis van Gaal, and there is even rumours that he could be the next Manchester United captain, with a lot having been made of his manager’s comments praising English style leadership.

The early indications when van Gaal was mooted as the new United boss, was that Rooney might be looking to exit, but that talk seems very distant now. So much so, that bet365 obviously expect Rooney to be around for the whole of the season, as they are running a goals spread book on him.

In this season’s Premier League matches, bet365 are offering 5/6 on Rooney to score Over 14.5 Goals (15 Goals or more), and they are also offering 5/6 on him scoring Under 14.5 Goals (14 Goals or less).

Last season seen Rooney score 17 league goals, and the season before seen him score 12, suggesting the spread is about right. A simple equation for me is – if Rooney has a good season, he easily reaches 15 PL goals. If he struggles and life under van Gaal isn’t too comfortable, he will probably fall short.

If you haven’t already got a bet365 account, you can open one here and claim a £200.00 Welcome Bonus. If you have already got one, you will probably be aware that they run a lot of offers for existing customers.

This season see the continuation of their 0-0 bore draw money back special, unlimited places on Each-Way first goalscorer bets, and their £50.00 Free Bet on your first bet placed by mobile or tablet.

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World Cup Final – Penalty Payback

We now know the World Cup finalists after Argentina’s Penalty Shoot out victory over Netherlands on Wednesday night, and in fairness the second semi-final obviously wasn’t a patch on the Germany V Brazil one the previous night.

Given what happened to Brazil, I wouldn’t be too surprised to see similar tactics in the final from Argentina (to what we seen last night) as they are not likely to just come out and go toe to toe with the Germans.

I hope any disappointed Netherlands World Cup ‘Outright Winner’ backers were on their team with bet365, as if you were, this morning you would be getting a nice refund of your losing bet into your bet365 account, under bet365’s Penalty Payback promotion (more on this later).

Moving onto the final, and it’s no great surprise to see the German’s as the favourites given the respective semi-final performances, and probably due to the fact that they have been the most solid looking outfit over the course of the whole competition.

In 90 minute betting, Germany are 13/10, the Draw is 9/4 and Argentina are 5/2. In Outright Winner betting, the Germans are also the favourites at 4/6, with Argentina at 5/4 to Lift The Trophy.

If you are looking to bet on the Outright Winner/To Lift The Trophy, then make sure it is with bet365, because of their Penalty Payback promotion.

As I eluded too with the Dutch, if your team loses on penalties, you get your losing Outright Winner bet refunded (in straight cash). Just to be clear, the refund is only available on Outright Winner/To Lift The Trophy betting, a two horse race of either Germany or Argentina to win, not 90 minute betting (where there is 3 outcomes, win, draw, lose).

There will probably be plenty of sign up promotions available with other bookies, and you may well find slightly better odds on the Outright Winner market if you shop around, but if you are expecting a tight final which could go to penalties (and looking at the way Argentina played their semi-final, this is a good chance) then it is worth betting with bet365, as you have 3 outcomes, win, lose, or money back.

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