Fancy winning £10k from your Saturday football accumulator, only this time you don’t have to make any outlay at all? If so, then Ladbrokes’ latest competition is certain to be right up your street and entrants don’t even need to be signed up with the nation’s favourite bookmaker either.
The only requirements are that players possess a Twitter account and if they are not already following Ladbrokes (and why not?!), that they do so using the handle @Ladbrokes before entering.
In case of a tiebreaker situation occurring, entrants will also be asked to predict the total amount of goals they think will be scored across the designated fixtures.
Entries open at 00.00 GMT on Saturday 21st November and close when the first game on the coupon kicks off at 12.15 on the same day.
For full terms and conditions on the #10kAccaChallenge, simply click this link.
There are no curve balls in there whatsoever, with the games being chosen from the English Premier League, the English Championship, the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership and arguably the biggest domestic derby in world football: El Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Players will not be asked to make predictions on the Finnish second division or the Venezuelan third tier, just some of the most notable fixtures around on a Saturday jam-packed with top action.
As we are in a generous mood here at Ladbrokes News, we’ve even offered up a little slice of insight on a sprinkling of featured games to get you in the mood.
Everton v Aston Villa – Premier League
The Toffees have sent Villa away empty handed on their last two Premier League visits to Goodison Park, while the Villans have lost five consecutive top flight road trips this season.
Partick v Inverness CT – Ladbrokes Premiership
Partick did the double over Saturday’s opponents at Firhill last season.
Real Madrid v Barcelona – La Liga
There hasn’t been a draw in seven El Clasicos across all competitions, with Spain’s power couple enjoying home wins in La Liga last season.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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