As Manchester United prepare for the Champions League visit of Real Madrid, the circumstances surrounding their home tie with Norwich could present a golden opportunity for Ladbrokes Mobile customers.
By the terms of our Threesy offer, punters who bet with the firm via their mobile phone can gain a number of benefits when delving into alternative markets than match betting in football.
And with the first of those incentives being a first goalscorer price trebled should that player go on to score a hat-trick, it could be wise to focus on United’s Old Trafford bout with the Canaries.
Javier Hernandez is widely expected to start that clash, with Sir Alex Ferguson reluctant to risk Robin Van Persie after the player suffered a knock in the Red Devils’ last league outing.
Though Hernandez hasn’t appeared with great regularity this season, he maintains a goals-to-games ratio exceeding one in two, and will be eager to prove a point by playing himself into the reckoning for selection against Real.
Should he break the deadlock and go on to record a treble, against a Canaries side that have shipped five goals on the road twice this season, punters would be rewarded at 12/1.
Another perk of this promotion sees punters’ losing first scorer bets refunded as a free bet meanwhile, should three or more different goalscorers find the net for the selection’s team.
A match projected to be a high-scoring affair therefore looks the most sensible to concentrate on here, and the North London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal could be the best choice to invest in.
33 goals have stemmed from the last six games featuring this pair, and the electric Gareth Bale will be a popular 4/1 favourite to open the scoring.
Emmanuel Adebayor will be eager to prove a point against his former club though, whilst Lewis Holtby would love to register his first Spurs strike against their greatest rivals too.
With the potential to gain a refund therefore, it may be worth chancing a longshot prospect to net first, and towering defender Michael Dawson, who scored five times last season, is huge at 50/1.
The final leg of the Threesy promotion meanwhile, sees losing correct score bets refunded in the form of a free bet if the game in question ends with a 3-0 scoreline.
Liverpool and Wigan have each played four matches this season that have resulted 3-0, and they square off this weekend, with the Latics 40/1 to win by that margin.
The travelling Reds are 12/1 to prosper by the same score, but with a 2-2 draw emanating from each of Brendan Rodgers’ side’s last two away games, punting on that scoreline could prove shrewd at 14/1.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.