Money back on losing bets if Arsenal and Man City both score

Arsenal and Manchester City’s clash at the Emirates on Monday night could be a title-shaping encounter as far as the destination of the Premier League trophy is concerned, but it could be a balance-shaping game for Ladbrokes customers.

Anyone to place a losing bet on selected markets for the game, up to a maximum of £25, will have their stake refunded as a free bet should both sides score in north London.

The win-draw-win, correct score, first goalscorer and half-time/full-time markets are the applicable areas for this offer and full terms and conditions can be found by clicking here.

Arsenal and Man City have both scored in four of their last seven meetings with each other, so give Ladbrokes customers a fair chance of triggering the offer.

In fact, the league game between these two at the Emirates last season ended 2-2, while Arsenal’s home clash with the same opponents the campaign prior to that also ended as a score draw when Mathieu Flamini cancelled out David Silva’s opener.

With that in mind, it’s certainly worth looking at having a punt on one of the qualifying markets, with the view that any losses are likely to be repaid as a free bet.

Over the course of the current season, Arsenal have seen 44 percent of their 16 games end with both teams scoring, while City have had half of their 16 land on BTTS bets.

In terms of odds, Arsenal are 7/5 favourites to win the game, with City available at 21/10 and the draw priced up at 12/5.

Sergio Aguero is the co-favourite to open the scoring at 9/2, alongside Arsenal’s French forward Olivier Giroud, while it’s the same price that the game is level at half time but ends in the hosts favour come the toot of the final whistle.

The full range of markets for the game are here. Best of luck.

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

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Matt Wiggins

No idyllic sound comes close to leather on willow for Matt, whose previous experience includes stints with Spin Magazine and Surrey County Cricket Club. It's not just cricket that interests him though, with football, golf, tennis and any American sport not played on ice all high on his list of favourites.