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Fancy odds on a quirky bet? Let Ladbrokes know and they’ll sort you out

| 28.04.2015

Few things are more frustrating than calling something way in advance, not being able to put a bet on it, and then seeing your premonition come true.

Thankfully, the traders at Ladbrokes know the feeling and often release special markets to cater for just such occasions.

They can’t cover all angles all the time but thanks to a unique new request system punters need never miss a betting opportunity ever again.

Got a hunch that Steven Gerrard will kiss the camera when he makes his LA Galaxy debut? Or maybe you’re convinced that Radamal Falcao will remain at Old Trafford and top the Premier League scoring charts next year?

Whatever your bet* contact Ladbrokes via any social media platform or this very website and they’ll do their best to get you a price online as soon as possible.

In other words, the bookmaker is willing to take on your bets, no matter how imaginative!

Current bets live on the Requested Specials page include a world title for Anthony Joshua before the end of 2016 (2/1), Jordan Henderson to be the next permanent England captain (5/2) and Jordan Spieth to win all four majors in 2015(250/1).

The launch of this new feature comes just in time for the end of the season when football fans especially will be making outlandish claims for the year ahead.

Bournemouth in the Europa League, Harry Kane to break the 40-goal barrier, Harry Redknapp to return to West Ham – if you can think it Ladbrokes can price it up so get in touch and let them know what odds you want today.

*Within reason…

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

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.