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Price Boost: Welbeck AND Fletcher don the Ladbrokes’ jerseys

| 21.01.2014

Despite shelling out yet more boosted-odds moolah to gleeful punters when Alvaro Negredo pounced first during Manchester City’s rudimentary 3-0 second-leg, Capital One Cup triumph over West Ham, Ladbrokes are back for more punishment.

Anyone still rubbing their hands from their 7/2 windfall on Negredo scoring first, should seriously consider another flutter on one or both of Ladbrokes’ latest double-sided Capital One Cup semi-final offerings.

Danny Welbeck to score first v Sunderland @ 9/2 – out from 7/2

In the absence of Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie, Welbz has flourished like an otter in a well stocked fishing lake, scoring six times in his last 11 appearances.

With Wazza and RVP still sidelined, the in-form England man is quids-in to lead the United line against his former club once more.

And having notched in three of his last four in front of the Old Trafford crowd, there isn’t a more well-equipped candidate in the home ranks to draw first blood.

Steven Fletcher to score first v Man United @ 14/1 – out from 10/1

Sunderland’s resurgence has been there for all to see, as the Black Cats have lost just once in 10 matches, which included their first-leg 2-1 triumph at the Stadium of Light.

Despite rumours of a rift, Sunderland’s £12m striker, Fletcher, should make the starting line-up after making do with the bench against Southampton.

The Scot looked very sharp in the first leg, although he didn’t find the net, Fletch proved his big-match scoring mentality earlier in the season, when he registered the first goal of the Tyne-and-Wear derby.

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

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Christian Crowther

Give Christian a sport with anything remotely spherical in it and he’ll happily while away the hours watching it on the box. However, he’d much prefer writing about, playing or betting on golf, football, cricket, tennis, snooker.... you get the picture.