Money back If Tottenham and Liverpool both score

This weekend’s Premier League fixture list has thrown up a number of tasty clashes, with two London derbies and little old Bournemouth heading to the Etihad to take on champions Manchester City.

However, the headline match has to be Tottenham’s hosting of Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp looks to announce himself on the English game after replacing Brendan Rodgers at the Anfield helm.

As ever Ladbrokes are pushing the boat out by offering a huge concession to punters ahead of the Saturday lunchtime kick-off…

Money back if both teams score on selected losing bets!*

That’s right.

If your Match Result, First Goalscorer, Half-Time/Full-Time or Correct Score bet proves to be a loser then you’ll be refunded up to £25 if Spurs and Liverpool both manage to find the back of the net.

It’s a pretty tasty lunchtime offer, and a quick glance at the form guide hints at refunds for all if their selections don’t come in.

Tottenham may be starting to look like a consistent outfit under Mauricio Pochettino, losing just one of their last 10 games in all competitions, but the defence could still do with shoring up. Both sides have found the net in five of the Lilywhites’ last six games.

The same came be said for Liverpool, who remain in touching distance of the top four despite what Rodgers’ sacking would have you believe. Keeping teams out has also been an issue for the Reds’ however, with both sides scoring in each of the Anfield side’s last seven games.

So, what are you waiting for? Get 11/8 on a home win, 9/5 on a debut win victory for Klopp or maybe you’ll plump for England ace Harry Kane to open the scoring at 5/1.

Even if your selection fails to deliver, you’ll still be celebrating come the final whistle should both sides continue to do what they’ve been doing – at both ends of the pitch.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.