Ladbrokes bring back 30% multiple bonus, Arsenal head ninefold
It’s back! No it’s not the Terminator or a new single from Eminem, instead it’s the return of the bonus structure to football multiples placed with Ladbrokes.
The payout on trebles will benefit from a five per cent bonus, a 10 per cent bonus will be added to fourfolds and fivefolds, 20 per cent extra will be added to the winnings of sixfolds, sevenfolds and eightfolds, while successful ninefolds will get the Big Daddy treatment of a 30 per cent bonus to the winning odds.
In light of this, here is a potentially profitable ninefold from the upcoming weekend action in English football, broken down into how much of a banker they are deemed to be. This ninefold pays out at 107/1, before the 30 per cent bonus is added.
Keith Millen’s first game in the temporary Palace hotseat could not be much tougher if they are to end a run of five straight defeats. Arsenal should overcome their Dortmund disappointment.
Derby have only lost to top-six opposition in the league this season, while Birmingham’s only points on the road have arrived at bottom-placed Yeovil.
Orient may have lost at Coventry in midweek, but they have taken 16 points from a possible 18 at the Matchroom Stadium, while Rotherham have taken just one point from their last nine available.
Additions for a fivefold
Hull have already lost on their away trips to Chelsea, Manchester City and Everton, while Tottenham can welcome back some first-teamers after resting them in the Europa League.
Wycombe come into this League Two clash having won three on the bounce in all competitions, while Bury have lost four in a row on the road, which has contributed to them having the worst away record in the division.
Additions for an eightfold
Forest are unbeaten in seven in the league, while Yeovil have taken just one point at home all season.
Shrewsbury have lost all four games against opposition in the top seven in League One this season and unfortunately for them, they travel to seventh-placed Brentford next. After a blip, Brentford have won two in succession too.
Morecambe are unbeaten at home this season, including wins over two of League Two’s current top three in Chesterfield and Exeter. Morecambe are one of three teams in the division still without an away win and have been beaten in every road trip to a team situated in the top 14 of the table.
The Big Daddy ninefold inclusion
A draw at Old Trafford is the only game Southampton haven’t won in the last five and although Fulham have triumphed twice on the bounce, they haven’t been against this calibre of opposition.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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