Premier League betting offer: Get £30 in free bets with bet365

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Manchester United travel to Anfield on Sunday with some punters hoping they continue winning ways after backing them at 10,000/1 for a quadruple.

And bet365 are offering new customers £30 in free bets on the weekend’s action.

Bet £10 on the Premier League clash, get £30 in free bets!

Bet365 – Bet £10 Get £30 in Free Bets – CLAIM HERE*

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So you could bet £10 on any game this weekend and claim £30 in free bets for the remaining matches, including the big one at Anfield on Sunday.

United sit 11 points behind Arsenal in the league but a title challenge could still be on with plenty of games still to play.

The Red Devils have already secured the Carabao Cup and soon after progressed into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, where Erik ten Hag’s side have been drawn against Fulham.

United were 750/1 earlier in the season to win a cup treble and are now as short as 8/1!

bet365’s Steve Freeth said: “Another cup win and another home draw will be music to the ears of punters sitting on ante post slips of the League Cup, Europa League and FA Cup treble at 750/1 and all rates down.

“Those hundreds of customers on the quadruple at 10,000/1, 5,000/1 and 4,500/1 won’t be too disappointed either and a victory against Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday will get their pulses racing a bit more.

“They faced Klopp & Co at the start of the season having conceded six goals in the opening two games with Liverpool odds-on to leave Old Trafford with all three points and now they head to Anfield challenging for favouritism for the first time since they won the Premier League in 2011.

“It’s been some turnaround under Erik ten Hag since that Monday night back in August.” 

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Liverpool are 11/8 favourites for Sunday’s clash at Anfield after an upturn in form.

Winning three of their last four and keeping four successive clean sheets.

Mohamed Salah and Cody Gakpo have both scored twice in that spell and Salah is 5/1 with bet365 to open the scoring, while the Egyptian King is 13/8 to score anytime.

Gakpo is 15/2 to score first in the match and is as high as 13/5 to net within the 90 minutes.

A win for Jurgen Klopp’s side would still see them trail their rivals by seven points in the league but face a difficult task in holding back a United team filled with confidence from their recent form.

Marcus Rashford has managed to reach new heights under Ten Hag.

Scoring 25 goals in competitions including 14 Premier League goals.

Rashford is the favourite to open the scoring at 9/2 and 6/4 to notch anytime. United are a best price 15/8 with bet365 to complete a league double over Liverpool.

Bet365 – Bet £10 Get £30 in Free Bets – CLAIM HERE*

How the offer works

  1. Deposit

Open an account, make a qualifying deposit between £5* and £10* and claim the offer to receive five times that value in Free Bets.

  1. Release your Free Bets

Place qualifying bets to the value of your qualifying deposit and allow these bets to settle.

  1. Use your Free Bets

Your Free Bets will be available shortly after your qualifying bets have settled. You can then place your Free Bets, just select ‘Use Bet Credits’ in the bet slip.

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