Stevenage v Tottenham FA Cup Betting Odds – Money Back Special Promotion

First Goalscorer refunds if Spurs net four or more


Stevenage v Tottenham FA Cup Betting Odds are being well covered for punters at highly popular online bookmaker Ladbrokes. The popular bookie has rolled out a great Money Back Special for the match, which sees League One side Stevenage host the highly flying, Premier League title challengers Spurs. Even though Harry Redknapp’s men are away from home, the expected gulf in class is expected to pay off in the end for the White Hart Lane crew, as they take on the underdogs. Will the match result in Tottenham going goal crazy? If Spurs do bring their shooting boots to the match, then you could be in for some lost stake refunds on Stevenage v Spurs FA Cup Betting. If Tottenham turn up and score four or more goals in the match, then Ladbrokes will pay out refunds on all losing First Goalscorer bets. So great coverage on your First Goalscorer options here, and the insurance offered by Ladbrokes gives you the chance to jump into the market where Tottenham’s Jermain Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor are both trading as 3/1 favourites, while Spurs new boy Louis Saha is just back behind them at 7/2. Spurs will naturally carry the greater threat and have the class and firepower to put on a bit of a show, so the Ladbrokes Money Back Special on the First Goalscorer market could pay off for you. The highly popular online bookmaker Ladbrokes offer a free £50 bet for new customers registering an account with them. The bookie will match the value of your first stake on a new account with a free bet, up to the maximum value of £50, giving you some great free betting cash to enjoy. So if Spurs score four or more goals in the match, then lost First Goalscorer bets will be refunded.

Stevenage v Tottenham FA Cup Betting Odds
Stevenage to win: 9/1 at Bet365
Draw: 9/2 at Boylesports
Tottenham to win: 1/3 at Totesport

League One side Stevenage, who are challenging for a play off spot in League One at the moment, will be buoyed by their current good form in the league. Stevenage, sitting in sixth place in the division host Spurs on the back of two straight wins. In fact there have been six wins out of their last eight matches now for Stevenage in League One and so they will be confident of giving Spurs a good run for their money at Broadhall Way. Stevenage beat Reading away from home in the Third Round of this season’s FA Cup, before heading home to earn a 1-0 victory over Notts County. Their reward for that was the great draw of Spurs at home, and naturally the lower league side will go into the match as firm underdogs, especially against a Tottenham side which continues to impress. Despite all the distractions surrounding Spurs boss Harry Redknapp due to his court case and him being linked to the England job, Redknapp insists that he remains focused on the job at hand at White Hart Lane. Spurs are still chasing down the two Manchester clubs in the Premier League title race, and have had a good week’s rest after thumping Newcastle 5-0 in the league last weekend. So Spurs are in terrific form, having lost just one Premier League match in their last eight, and with the added presence of Emmanuel Adebayor up front, the big striker has made such a difference to Spurs’ ability to bury the scraps up front. Spurs have great attacking options with the likes of Louis Saha, Jermain Defoe, Rafael van der Vaart and of course Gareth Bale. Spurs are one of the strong favourites to win the FA Cup this summer, and with a solid defence and an explosive attack, they will be expecting to book their place in the FA Cup quarter finals with some comfort on Sunday.

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