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10 Sep 2015 20:38

Ladbrokes offer for Manchester United vs Liverpool and St. Leger Festival

Behind every great sports event there are good promotions. This time is Ladbrokes time. For the next period, Ladbrokes promotions are focused on the highlight of round 5 in Premier League, Manchester United v Liverpool and on the main horseracing event, St. Leger festival.

Manchester United will receive the visit of Liverpool. The game is set to take place on 12 September at Old Trafford. United is the main favorite to win, due to the home field advantage and the fact that they managed only positive results in the last three encounters between Liverpool.  This is a game that has small chances to end without a goal. The only time when this match ended 0-0 was in 2005. Also this is a game in which chances for both teams to score are high. In the last match between them United scored 2 goals , while Liverpool just one.

 

Ladbrokes promotion for this event is a Money Back Offer that applies when both teams are scoring. If you bet on Correct Score, First Goalscorer and Scorecast and you lose , and if in this game both teams are scoring , Ladbrokes will refund your stake up to 25 pounds as a free bet. This offer is available for all the customers.

 

St Leger Festival will be this year from 9th till 12th September. Four days with a lot of races , 29 races in total will attract many bettors from all around the world. Ladbrokes is near this great betting event, with two promotions : you can get a free bet , if you back a winner of at least 4/1 on all the Doncaster races and the Each Way Boosts : 4 places in the 15.35 plus ¼ odds on all races.

 

 

This is a good time to start betting using Ladbrokes. You have the chance to gain more, using one of the most trusted and appreciated bookmaker in UK.

Go to Ladbrokes promotions page

 

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