Friday, 25 November 2016

Weekend Sport Specials

We are entering a great weekend of sporting specials which includes football, racing, rugby and since the F1 is coming to an end,  the outright of F1 2016.

All eyes will be on Newbury on Saturday afternoon as the Hennessy promises to be an event to remember for racing fans. It’s not all about the big race though, there will be plenty keeping an eye on the 12:55 too, as Gold Cup favourite Thistlecrack looks to continue his unbeaten start to life over the larger obstacles and Coral have enhanced him to 33/1 for new customers, with a maximum bet of £1 and a £5 free bet should you lose.

Meanwhile Betfair have the same horse enhanced to 3/1 for new customers, but their maximum bet is £10 with money back as a free bet if your selection loses plus up to £100 in free bets.

In football there’s easy money for new customers at Betfair, who have Liverpool to beat Sunderland at 3/1 (Best value here as Liverpool are currently 3/20). In the lunch time game, Manchester City are a respectable 4/1 to beat Burnley and Chelsea play Tottenham in the London Derby in the 5:30 kick off and Betfair have both enhanced here, with Chelsea at 6/1 and Tottenham 12/1. 



Coral also have  a great offer for their new customers with Manchester City on offer at 50/1 to beat Burnley with a maximum bet of £1 and a £5 free bet should you lose.


Also on Saturday there are two Rugby Internationals with Betfair enhancing an England victory over Argentina to 3/1 and offering 6/1 for Ireland to beat Australia.


Moving back to Premier League football, Betfair have Arsenal at 4/1 to beat Bournemouth and Manchester United at 4/1 to beat West Ham.


Over in Spain, Barcelona are at home to Real Sociedad and they have been enhanced to 4/1.

Finally on Sunday, we turn to Formula 1, where Lewis Hamilton is enhanced to 16/1 to win the Drivers Championship.

In all of the Betfair offers, there is a maximum stake of £10, all winnings are paid in free bets and they are also offering you money back (as a free bet) on losing bets and the chance of getting up to £100 in free bets. See the web site for full T&Cs.

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