Ladbrokes is getting in the Samba spirit this weekend with a series of special offers that could see customers celebrating all things Brazilian over the weekend and at this summer’s World Cup.
First up, they will be refunding all losing stakes on first goalscorer, correct score and scorecast bets for this weekend’s Manchester City vs Chelsea FA Cup clash as a free bet in the event that a Brazilian player finds the net first.
With the likes of Oscar, Willian and Ramires in rampant form for the visiting Londoners, another dominant performance from the Pensioners could see any one of the trio, or defender David Luiz, score at the Etihad.
But regardless of whether any of this fabulous foursome finds the net, punters will be hoping each and every one of them maintains their current form through to the World Cup – especially if they choose to take advantage of our second big offer of the weekend.
From the second the game between City and Chelsea kicks-off through to the time of the first goal, customers will be able to exploit enhanced odds on Brazil winning the World Cup on home soil this summer, courtesy of Ladbrokes.
Having been installed as favourites after their fine showing at the Confederations Cup last year, the Selecao are currently 3/1 to lift the trophy, but once this FA Cup match starts, they will be offered at odds of 6/1 to win the competition with punters invited to bet a maximum of £10 on this outcome.
This enhanced price offer will only be available for a limited time though and while it took Chelsea some 32 minutes to break the deadlock when the sides met earlier this month, prior to that game there had been a goal in the opening 21 minutes of City’s previous four games.
With this mouth-watering tie set to start at 5.15pm on Saturday, be ready to bet online on Brazil winning the World Cup and prepare to ease any upset about a likely England exit with a spot of Samba celebrations!
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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