New Customer Offer: 7/1 on Man City to beat Bournemouth
We hike up the price of City on Monday
Monday night football comes from Dean Court as Man City aim to strengthen their bid for a top-four finish when meeting the challenge of locals Bournemouth head-on. Sky Sports are in attendance, and our latest new customer offer is worth shouting about!
We’re giving 7/1 on Man City to beat Bournemouth. It doesn’t matter how they do it either. Now, isn’t that the perfect way to blast away the Monday blues? The Citizens have had no trouble beating Bournemouth in recent meetings, blowing them away courtesy of a 4-0 score earlier in the season. We are expecting more of the same here. If City win big – you win big! If City win small – you win big! Got it? Good.
To take advantage of this enhancement simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€5, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if Man City beat Bournemouth, you will receive your £/€35 winnings in free bets.
That bet should have no problem coming good, we reckon you can stick your feet up and watch City stroll to a convincing three points. But, football punters know all too well that nothing is guaranteed in this game. So, if the unthinkable happens and Bournemouth get anything out of the match, we’ll give you a £/€5 free bet to spend however you like. You have all the bases covered.
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Friday 10th February and 20:00 GMT on Monday 13th February to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
Man City make sense
City hammered Bournemouth 4-0 at the Etihad in September and have, in fact, beaten them 4-0 on each of the last two meetings between the sides. If you thought that was just bad luck, The Citizens whipped The Cherries 5-1 the start before. Wow! That means the aggregate Premier League score between these two reads Man City 13-1 Bournemouth.
We shouldn’t need much more convincing that the away win is the way to play this one, but, if you do, let’s remember Bournemouth leaked six goals on their last start, against Everton, and now have -12 in the goal difference tally. We’re on for another thumping win for Pep’s boys, and our customers have some big numbers working in their favour too.