Ladbrokes’ Three-sy promotion is back to provide even more enjoyment for those who like to punt on the Premier League via their mobile phone.
This multiple-armed beast of an offer is set up to give bettors an array of benefits on individual matches, the first of which being that if your first goalscorer selection comes in and he then goes on to bag a hat-trick, you’ll get treble the odds.
Aston Villa’s Christian Benteke has shown some good form in recent weeks and his physicality caused Man United all kinds of problems a few weeks back, until they threw Javier Hernandez into the fray at least.
Burly strikers have been the thorn in Arsenal’s side for many a season now and, at 8/1, should big Benteke net the opener before claiming the match ball, his backers will get paid out at 24/1.
The Gunners are a far cry from solid at the back so this slightly outlandish shout could reap massive rewards – few would have predicted Villa taking a 2-0 lead against Man United either.
You can get your money back as a free bet on losing first goalscorer flutters if the team your selection plays for provides three different scorers.
Man United are the number one contenders to achieve this feat given that they’re playing crisis-club QPR at Old Trafford.
The R’s have lost five away games on the spin and have had three different scorers net against them on three occasions this term.
With the insurance policy in place back someone like Antonio Valencia to score first at long odds of 9/1, as opposed to a banker like Robin van Persie at 5/2.
The final component of this promotion is that all losing correct score punts are refunded as freebies if the game in question finishes 3-0.
Sunderland found their shooting boots before last weekend’s trip to Fulham and notched three goals, albeit assisted by Brede Hangeland’s red card.
West Brom are flying in fourth place but really struggle for goals away from home – only three teams have scored fewer than them.
The Black Cats’ well-drilled regiment can keep them quiet so they just need to make sure they’re in the goals again. With the safety net in place, back 2-2 to be the final score at a bumper 14/1.
All odds and markets accurate as of publication’s time and date