The peculiar atmosphere of the last day of the season can often be a slightly loose affair and a fair helping of goals can be expected to aid Ladbrokes Mobile punters, bringing the powers of the Threesy offer to bear on the Premier League fixtures through their mobile phones.
With the exception of Southampton’s meeting with Stoke that is…
Given correct score bets will be refunded in the event of a goalless draw, it could worth pointing the divining rod directly at Southampton’s clash with Stoke City.
A listless end of season affair is forecast, with the brawny Potters – who have notched a goal or less in 13 of their last 14 road games – visiting a side who have registered just twice in their last five matches.
Stoke have won just twice all season when starting matches without playmaker Charlie Adam – suspended here – and the Saints can gain recompense for letting a 3-1 lead slip at the Britannia earlier this term.
City have conceded more than twice just three times on the road this term and given their hosts have scored one or less in nine of their last 12 home games a 1-0 home win looks most likely at 6/1.
Another string to the Threesy offer’s bow is a refund on all first goal scorer bets if three different players score for the winning side and Arsenal look ripe for an away-day riot against a Newcastle outfit who have been abject in their last two St James’ Park outings.
Three of more different Gunners hit the target in 12 of the 14 games in which their side have scored three or more goals this term and with Spurs breathing down their necks, they’re expected to leave nothing to chance against a Toon team for whom a ground out away win against doomed QPR last time could hardly be called a return to form.
Theo Walcott has scored in his last three outings – including two strikes before three minutes had elapsed – and lit the touchpaper on Arsenal’s 7-3 win in the reverse fixture with the first goal. The ex-Southampton speedster is available at 5/1 in the first goalscorer betting.
In the final leg of the Threesy’s trilogy of concessions, which sees payouts on your first goalscorer bets trebled in the event of that player helping himself to a hat-trick, Swansea’s lanky wonder-signing Michu looks just the fella to be on at 7/2.
Fulham’s codgerly line-up is creaking over the line on a run of six losses in their last seven games and the sides’ matchup looks ripe for a life affirming – for Swans fans at least – end of season spanking. Lying in wait they’ll find a Swansea side shocked back into life by the news that they were favourites to lose against Wigan two games back.