Sublime form has Man Utd ahead of Chelsea in new customer offer

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It’s a fixture which has decided titles in the past and although Chelsea have one hand on the Premier League trophy already a white-hot Manchester United can crank up the pressure with a rare win at Stamford Bridge.

Whether you are in the red or the blue corner for this one, or simply wish for an entertaining spectacle, if you haven’t yet signed up for a Ladbrokes account, don’t delay.

The bookies are letting sign-ups run wild in the aisles once more, by extending the match odds on a win for either club.

Rather than take Chelsea at evens to win on their own patch, new customers can get a load of 5/1 on the champions elect.

Not too shabby you’ll agree when it will be virtually a year to the day that Jose Mourinho’s men last lost a Premier League game at the Bridge.

Added to this, when hosting, the Blues have only tasted defeat at the hands of United once in their last 12 top-flight collisions.

In any other circumstance the case would shortly be closed. However, it’s worth knowing that Louis van Gaal’s charges are available at 10/1 before placing all eggs in the blue basket.

Six wins from their last six league games, taking in victories over bitter rivals Liverpool and Manchester City, have got LVG’s troops flying into this assignment.

The Dutch tactician is really seeing the fruits of his labour as the displays are finally carrying the panache and swagger of the United which has been AWOL since Sir Alex Ferguson called time on dug-out duties.

At this price, and in this form, there is only one winner where this offer is concerned.

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

Fancy a flutter? Sign up today to claim up to £25 in free bets.

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Christian Crowther

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