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WEDNESDAY 20TH NOVEMBER, 2019
The international break came to an end last night, with the stand out match being Germany v Northern Ireland. After N.Ireland took an early lead, Germany ended up winning 6-1. Congratulations to Wales who won their respective match against Hungary 2-0 to secure automatic qualification to the Euro Finals next summer.
Unfortunately, no 2-Ups came in last night for the FA Cup, but there are four more fixtures tonight to get on (listed below), before the return of the Premier League this weekend. Be sure to check for closer matches closer to kick off, but you may stumble across some tight matches throughout the day.
It’s Man City v Chelsea this Saturday, so expect a lot of offers to come in over the next few days. Paddy Power have got things rolling where they are offering a £10 free bet per customer if Man City win, and our pre match bet on any market loses. Your qualifying bet counts as the first bet placed on any market in the game. As usual, I recommend selecting slightly higher odds so it stands more of a chance of losing – then it is just a case of hoping City win to claim the refund. I think there is a decent chance this offer will be very profitable for many of us this weekend, if it doesn’t come in, our qualifying bets will also count towards our weekly clubs.
STS Bet are giving us a £5 free bet if our £15 qualifying bet on any market in the Davis Cup loses. We can look in a guaranteed profit using our ‘Risk Free – Equal Profit’ calculator, but it may be better to just back and lay an outcome at higher odds (similar to the Man City – Chelsea promo above), and hope it loses to extract more of a profit for this offer. I don’t recommend laying off bets in the ‘winner’ market, due to a difference in retirement rules at the exchange. You could use your ‘Dutching’ calculator to dutch this with another bookie who has the same retirement rules, but it is probably best to place your bets on the ‘correct score’ markets. Bets must be placed before the end of the tournament (24th November), above odds of 1.5, and our £5 free bets will be credited the following Monday if we qualify.
Over to the horse racing and Paddy Power are offering a tasty Power Up (boost) on the 14:25 at Dundalk. Just back and lay a horse above odds of 1.5 and you will be credited with the boost within two hours. Once credited, just choose any outcome and activate, where you can back and lay for instant profit. Alternatively, you can underlay for a risk free chance of making a higher profit which is always our preferred method.
Betfred and ToteSport are running their £10 refund daily offer at the 13:45 in Chepstow. Just back and lay £10 on different horses at each bookie to increase your chances of hitting the refund. You should combine this offer with Racebet’s £10 refund if our bet loses and the starting price favourite wins. As ever, try to select a horse with slightly higher odds at Racebet’s (that is not the same as your Betfred/ToteSport’s selections), so he stands less chance of starting as the favourite, as odds in horse racing can change a lot in the lead up to a race.
The horse racing offer of the day once again belongs to Betway, who are offering up to a £20 refund (for each race) if your horse finishes 2nd at Kempton. Simply back and lay £20 on the horse with the closest odds. The race you bet on must have a minimum of 6 runners, and qualifying bets should be on odds of at least 1.5 or higher.
Make sure you have your notifications on in the Oddsmonkey ‘Price Boost – No Chat’ thread. I have just had a quick look at there are already some nice boosts coming in for the FA Cup tonight, with this selection below being the stand out so far:
You should be able to get at least £10 on this, which is a risk free shot of £7 if it comes in (using Smarkets 0% commission feature with Oddsmonkey), but you may be able to get higher stakes on.
Again, here are just a few selections of some lovely risk free profit on offer last night via the ‘Price Boost – No Chat thread:
That’s all from me. Be sure to message us via the Facebook Group if you want any of these offers/price boosts explained, and we will get back to you as quick as we can. Have a great day/evening.
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