Betvictor Enhanced Treble

Betvictor are kicking off the new Premier League season by offering new customers an enhanced treble on three of the Premier League’s big guns.

Anybody opening a new Betvictor account here can get an enhanced price of 5/1 on Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool all winning this weekend. If you did this as a regular treble you would get something in the region of 5/4 or 6/4 back.

The maximum bet on this treble is £10.00, and it is a new accounts only offer. The offer closes on Saturday 16th August at 12.45pm (UK time), so you still have time to get on.

The current prices on Betvictor are Man Utd @ 1/3, Arsenal @ 2/7 and Liverpool @ 4/11, you will need to place a treble at the current prices in the normal method on the win/draw/win, 90 minute markets.

Then if all three win, the winnings from your £10.00 bet will get paid out on the odds you took immediately, with the remainder of the 5/1 promotion paid out within 24 hours.

Also – Get either 5/1 on Chelsea or 11/2 on Man City to win Premier League + £200 in Free Bets

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Romelu Lukaku Total Goals Betting

Romelu Lukaku has completed his big money move to Everton, and Betvictor already have opened a book on how many Premier League goals he will score in his first full season as an Everton player.

First, I would just like to alert you to the fact that new Betvictor customers opening an account here can get a £25.00 Free Bet.

For the forthcoming season, Betvictor have Lukaku at 10/11 to score Over 12.5 Goals (13 or more goals), and are 10/11 on Lukaku to score Under 12.5 goals (12 or less goals).

As well as the 12.5 goal spread on Lukaku, they are also offering 10/3 on him scoring 17 or more Premier League goals, or if you think he will struggle this year – on the back of some iffy World Cup performances – you can back him at 7/2 to score Under 8.5 Goals, or at 2/1 to score Under 10.5 Goals.

Don’t forget, all these prices are just for total Lukaku Premier League goals!!

I like Lukaku’s attitude, and I applaud him on this move. He strikes me as a player who would rather be playing football, than sitting on his backside festering and picking up wages at Chelsea (like so many other young talents do in English football, preferring to waste their careers and get rich instead). This is why this move to Everton shouldn’t come as any great surprise.

When on loan at West Brom in 2012/13, Lukaka was doing well prior to the January transfer window. The rumours started doing the rounds that he would be going back to Chelsea in January, but when asked about the rumours, Lukaku immediately stated that he would rather stay at West Brom and be playing regularly, than sitting on the bench at Stamford Bridge.

James Rodriguez 66/1 To Be La Liga Top Goalscorer

New Real Madrid signing James Rodriguez is a massive 66/1 with Betvictor to be the top scorer in the new La Liga season (2014/15), which seems a touch on the large side to me. Ronaldo is 4/6 favourite, with Messi a 6/4 chance.

Yes, he may be up against Ronaldo and Messi, but who’s to say that Rodriguez can’t be the new sensation of Spanish football? He’s only 23, so why can’t he be the changing of the guard at Real Madrid?

I know that it’s a big ask to beat Ronaldo and Messi, but both suffered injuries last season and neither man looked 100% at the recent world cup, whereas Rodriguez looked to be a man coming into his prime.

The chances are that whoever wins the league between Real and Barca will have the top scorer, and Real are the early favourites to win the title. Betvictor make Real favourites at 5/6, with Barca at 11/10 and defending champions Atletico at 14/1. I don’t expect Atletico to be so much of a force this season, as they have lost a large part of last season’s team.

Last season at Monaco, Rodriguez score 9 goals in 30 starts (+ 4 subs appearances), and although that stat doesn’t suggest he will blow Ronaldo and Messi out of the water, it does show that he can score at a reasonable rate. And he has just won the Golden Boot for being the top scorer at the World Cup, so there can be no doubts about his pedigree.

In a Real Madrid shirt though, things will be different to how it was at Monaco. Imagine how many more chances he will get at Madrid? He will be playing in a winning team that creates no end of scoring chances alongside goal creators like Gareth Bale. I’m not saying he will beat Ronaldo in the goals charts, but at 66/1 he must be worth a small punt.

If you haven’t already got a Betvictor account, you can open one here and claim a £25.00 free bet in the process.