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Plumping for Ozil anytime activates Ladbrokes’ Money Back offer

| 19.02.2014

Arsenal fans and Ladbrokes customers will be hoping German midfielder Mesut Ozil can find his shooting boots when Bayern Munich visit the Emirates Stadium.

The bookmaker will refund losing stakes on the first goalscorer, correct scores and scorecast markets if the Gunners’ talisman finds the net at anytime during his side’s clash the champions from his homeland.

While the 25-year-old has not been in prolific goalscoring form of late, he has a history of finding the net against German clubs, especially during his time at Real Madrid.

During his three year stay at the Bernabeu Ozil found the net against Dortmund in the Champions League and was also on the scoresheet during the Spanish side’s clashes with Bayern Munich in 2011.

And with the £42m man, who is 14/1 to score first and 5/1 for a goal anytime, expected to raise his game for the visit of the reigning Bundesliga and Champions League champions, a return to goalscoring form could be on the cards.

When these two European giants clashed at the same stage last year, it was another German who found the net for the north London club in a 3-1 home defeat.

Lukas Podolski was the man to give Arsenal a consolation strike and the forward is 10/1 to net the first goal against his former club.

Continuing the German theme, Per Mertesacker, a vital cog in an Arsenal defence that has conceded just two goals in 13 games at home in all competitions, is 28/1 with bookmaker to have an impact at the other end and net first.

If you are expecting a repeat of last year’s result in which the German side were runaway victors at the Emirates, you can get odds of 12/1 on a 3-1 win in favour of Munich and an exact repeat of Toni Kroos scoring the first goal with the same scoreline is on at 80/1.

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

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Oliver Yew