Lampard and Torres threats offer best bets for new Three-Sy promotions
Norwich have already conceded five goals on two separate occasions this season and if Chelsea heap more misery on the Canaries defence, punters could be in for a major payday.
Available only on Ladbrokes Mobile, the new Three-Sy Campaign is being launched, enabling punters to gain enhanced odds through three specific offers.
The first offer is that punters will see their losing correct score stake refunded as a free bet should a chosen match end 3-0.
Punters will also get their money back as a free bet on losing first scorer bets if three different players find the target for the winning team.
The final bet is that the punters backing the correct first scorer will benefit from triple the original odds if the same player then goes on to net a hat-trick.
Punters can profit from the specials on all Premier League matches, but it is Norwich’s trip to Stamford Bridge that looks to present the best opportunity of a victory this weekend.
Fulham and Liverpool have already put five past Norwich this season and in the latest, two of the offers featured in the outcome.
Luis Suarez netted the opening goal at Carrow Road last weekend before adding another two goals to his tally, while Nuri Sahin and Steven Gerrard added their names to the scoresheet.
Chelsea are more than capable of having three players on the scoresheet at Norwich, with Branislav Ivanovic and Gary Cahill always dangers from defence, Eden Hazard, Juan Mata and Frank Lampard scoring threats from midfield and Fernando Torres in attack.
In total 12 different Chelsea players have already been on target in all competitions this season, seven of these in the league.
Torres has four Premier League hat-tricks in his career and is also responsible for Chelsea’s last, in a 6-1 victory over QPR last season, while Lampard has three trebles from midfield.
It is 3/1 that Torres scores first against Norwich and 13/2 that Lampard breaks the deadlock, meaning if Torres hits the opener and gets two more, punters will be paid out at 9/1 for their winning first scorer bets.
Lampard’s price of 13/2 would be trebled to 39/2 under the same circumstances.
The maximum stake for the offer is £50 and stake money is not returned on winning free bets.
All odds and markets correct as of publication