Money Back: Ladbrokes refunding losing Swansea v Man United bets

Manchester United’s makeshift defence, featuring Daley Blind and Chris Smalling at its heart, have got off to a flying start to the new Premier League campaign.

The Red Devils are unbeaten and unbreached after three games, with stand in keeper Sergio Romero keeping three consecutive clean sheets.

However, all good things must come to an end but thanks to Ladbrokes United conceding could be good news for many with the bookmaker offering Money Back on selected bets if both teams score when Louis van Gaal’s men travel to the Liberty Stadium this weekend.

United’s clean sheet run may now stand at four Premier League games at present but there is plenty to suggest that the streak could end on Sunday.

The Red Devils have never kept five consecutive league clean sheets in the post-Ferguson era, last achieving the feat back in March 2013.

This fixture has also been a haven for goals traditionally, with six of the last seven meetings between the Swans and the Red Devils seeing both sides net.

Swansea are not exactly struggling for goals of late either, bagging in eight of their last nine competitive games.

And, while Swansea will fancy their chances of making Romero pick the ball out of the net for the first time in English football their hopes of keeping United out at the other end look dashed.

Garry Monk’s men have kept a rival team at bay just twice in 10 attempts in the Premier League and with Wayne Rooney netting a hat-trick in midweek the visitors will be confident of causing further damage.

Taking all this into account the Money Back offer, which offers refunds of up to £25 on losing match bets, Half-Time/Full-Time selections, Correct Score predictions, First Player to Score picks and Scorecasts means there’s never been a better time to get in on the action.*

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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.