Although the destination of the Premier League title has already been determined, much is still to be decided in the top flight, and betting opportunities galore remain for punters.
And Ladbrokes Mobile customers in particular can benefit from gambling on England’s elite league, with another renewal of our Threesy promotion good to go.
Tottenham are one of the sides with most to play for, as they desperately scramble to achieve a top-four finish, and beat Chelsea or Arsenal to Champions League qualification.
Thus, their visit to Stoke may be a wise place to start for those hoping to benefit from Threesy incentives.
Although goals are typically hard to come by at the Britannia Stadium, it should be noted that five of the last six league meetings between this pair have seen both defences breached.
During this time, Spurs have triumphed 2-1 on two occasions, both of which came in the Potteries, and they are priced at 15/2 to win via this scoreline again here.
Of course, losing correct score punts will be refunded as a free bet should the match finish 3-0, another plausible outcome in favour of the visitors given their pressing need to prevail.
And the rejuvenation of Emmanuel Adebayor can bolster their chances too, given that the Togo international had seemingly undergone a transformation before taking to the field last time out against Chelsea.
Adebayor scored one and made one in Spurs’ 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge, burying memories of a dismal campaign thus far, and he will be eager to follow up with another strike here.
It is 6/1 that the ex-Arsenal man opens the scoring in this match, and punters would have that price trebled should he go on to notch a hat-trick after breaking the deadlock.
And as the final benefit of the Threesy promotion sees losing first scorer stakes refunded as a free bet if three or more players find the net for the selection’s team, Everton’s clash with West Ham appears another sensible match to focus on.
Goals have been distributed throughout the hosts’ ranks this season, with three Toffees players bagging eight times this term, and the same number of players having seven strikes to their name, in addition to 12-goal Marouane Fellaini.
Therefore, Steven Pienaar, of the seven-goal contingent, could prove a value call at 9/1 to open the Goodison Park scoring for the second game in succession.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.