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Ladbrokes £10 in free bets offer for golf betting at The Open

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The field for Royal Birkdale this week at The Open looks superbly competitive. The Tournament returns to the Merseyside course for the first time since 2008 when Padraig Harrington landed a win there. But no Englishman has won their home Major at Royal Birkdale before so will we see history created this year perhaps from Tommy Fleetwood, Justin Rose or outsider Ian Poulter? At the head of the market, there is a big American challenge leading the way. Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson and solid links player Rickie Fowler are joint 14/1 favourites for the title but just look at the quality behind them. Spanish duo Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia could both be set for a big tournament and then you have Rory McIlroy, who has been off the boil a bit but you can never count him out of a Major.

The Open 2017 Betting Odds

Jordan Spieth 14/1, Dustin Johnson 14/1, Rickie Fowler 14/1, Jn Rahm 16/1, Sergio Garcia 16/1, Justin Rose 20/1, Rory McIlroy 20/1, Hideki Matsuyama 22/1, Tommy Fleetwood 22/1, Adam Scott 28/1, Henrik Stenson 28/1, bar 33/1 Bet a minimum of £20 Win, or £10 Each Way, on the Outright winner of The Open Championship, and receive a £5 free bet back from Ladbrokes to use on any of The Open markets on Thursday and Friday. So you bet £20 and get £10 in this great Open Golf offer from Ladbrokes. Get your qualifying bet down between 06:00 Monday 17th July until 23:59 on Wednesday 19th July, and receive a £5 free bet for Thursday and £5 free bet for Friday! This great offer is open to both new and existing customers. The free bet will be credited to your account prior to the start of play on both days and you will be able to place your bet before the start of play or on in play Open Championship Golf markets. You will receive one free bet on Thursday and one free bet on Friday to the token value of £5. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.
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Aquatics World Championships Betting 2017 – Swimming Winner Odds & Predictions

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It is off to the waters in Budapest, Hungary for the rest of the month of July as the 17th FINA World Aquatics Championships take place. The event was going to be hosted in Mexico until they pulled out and so Budapest got the nod to hold the tournament. Most of the action from the Championships is indoor but there is also open water swimming events that will be held at Lake Balaton. Along with the open water swimming, there is diving competitions, regular pool swimming events, synchronised swimming and water polo as well. So it is a full calendar over the fortnight and that brings plenty of Aquatics World Championships Betting opportunities and you enjoy a lot of them live in-play at online bookmaker Ladbrokes. The pool swimming events all run from the 23rd July through to the 30th, so over the first part of the Championships you are looking at the Open water swimming, synchronised swimming, diving and water polo. There are 180 nations taking part with a total of 76 medals events being contested over the six disciplines.

Aquatics World Championships Betting Promotion

Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down. Aquatics World Championships 2017 Infographic

Men's Open Water Swimming Events Preview

The 5k defending champion Chad Ho will have been pleased to have seen Rob Muffels and Matteo Furlan, both of which who were in the medals two years ago, missing this championship. So that gives Ho a strong run at defending his title there. The main challenge to his supremacy could be from David Heron who was sixth at the 2015 5k swim. There are a flurry of decent poll contenders going in the race, like Andrew Gemmell, Jack McLoughlin and Great Britain’s Timothy Shuttleworth. Stepping up to the 10k there should be an epic showdown. The 2015 World Championships winner Jordan Wilimovsky is going to head to head to the 2016 Olympic champion Ferry Weertman. Two years ago Weertman was second to Wilimovsky out in Kazan but the American seems fully focused in on this and he finished 5th in the 10k swim at the Olympics last year. Marc-Antoine Olivier, who took the bronze at the 2016 Olympics is going to be a contender in here as well, with a fairly strong challenging pack including the likes of Britain's Jack Burnell and 2012 10k bronze medal Richard Weinberger. In the big 25k open swim, the field will be headed up by the reigning champion Simone Ruffini, with contenders in Matteo Furlan and Gergely Gyurta.

Women Open Water Swimming Events Preview

Haley Anderson is the reigning 5k champion at the World's but there is going to be plenty of value at Ladbrokes in backing Ashley Twichell who is coming on leaps and bounds in the sport. She won the nationals for the 10k by a considerable margin. At the 5k nationals, she was third behind Anderson and second placed Rachele Bruni who is skipping the 5k at the World to take on the 10k only. So that should elevate Twichell nicely. Other contenders in the competitive field will be Kalliopi Araouzou and 10k Olympic champion Sharon van Rouwendaal. Seven of the top ten finishers from the 10k in Rio 2016 will be battling out in the water at the 10k World Championships. That includes the aforementioned Rachele Bruni who is going to be one of the front runners and the 2015 World Champion Aurelie Muller is back in there and both Anderson and Twichell will be competing in the 10k as well. It’s a good open field. The three medalists from the 25k two years ago in Kazan will be battling it out in this year’s 25k. They are Ana Marcela Cunha, Anna Olasz, and Angela Maurer.

Pool Swimming Events

There should be an epic showdown between the US and Australia in the mixed free relay. The USA are the reigning champions and really are only going to come under pressure front the Aussies. You have the two fastest freestylers from the men and the two fastest females going head to head. It’s should be good. Unfortunately for Australia, they have lost Cate Campbell and Kyle Chalmers who are the backbone of their team and that should keep the Americans on top at the end of the day. They are the fastest in the world. The men’s 800m free style should produce the best showdown of the entire tournament. This is a great race because it brings together the quickest 400m swimmers and the best one milers, and they kind of meet in the middle for the 800m. This will be a new Olympic event in 2020 so the distance will gain popularity here. Two years ago it was shown between Sun Yang who had won the 400m and Gregorio Paltrinieri who had won the 1500m. It was thrilling race and Sun had the extras speed to hold on for the win. Sun didn’t go well at the Olympics last year though and struggled at 1500m, but he has proven he is a great fit at 800. China have won the last four editions of the 800m race at the World. As a dark horse though, Italy’s Gabriele Detti has the season's best time at the distance. The 200m breaststroke is going to be one of the hardest events to call because this is wide open. For example at the Olympics last year, Dmitry Balandin came from nowhere to take the goal. Earlier this year, Japan's, Ippei Watanabe destroyed the world record and it is more than likely that a Japanese swimmer will take this. They have very strong swimmers in the event and the improving Yasuhiro Koseki could well be in with a shot. America will have Kevin Cordes contending. The women’s 100m free could be a historic one because the 52-second barrier could well go. Cate Campbell nearly did in last summer at the Olympics, but she is missing the Worlds. So that leaves Sarah Sjostrom as the main contender now and she has come very close to the world record. She will be managing her schedule at the Championships to stay fresh for that 100m free. Australia’s Bronte Campbell is the defending champion and she is averaging faster times than when she came fourth at the Olympics last season. The 400m mixed relay is another format which has been gaining popularity and momentum and this will be at the Olympics 2020 for the first time as well. Great Britain set the world record for this back in 2015 and they are the defending world champions as well. The USA’s times this season suggests that they are going to be favourites to take the win and they have a competitive squad there vying for the places as well. Chiana should be in contention with a very strong team including Xu Jiayu and Yan Ziebi. Great Britain will be back to defend their title, with Adam Peaty as their dominant swimmer. They are missing Fran Halsall and they could get themselves in the medal mix.

Men's Water Polo

You can look back at the last two major tournaments, the 2016 Olympics and the 2015 FINA World Championships to get an idea of what might happen this year. Serbia won their fifth world title two years ago in Kazan and they followed that up with the title at the Olympics last year as well, so there are your front runners for this year’s edition. Croatia and Italy really are the only ones who potentially look good enough to get close to them. Worst case scenario is that Serbia locks in some medal.

Women’s Water Polo

The USA won the women’s gold at the Olympics last year after taking down Italy in the final. That was doubling up for them after having won the 2015 World as well, so they are the strong favourites going into this year’s edition and should be heavily backed at Ladbrokes in the 2017 Aquatic World Championships. It is tough to find a challenger really and perhaps that would fall on Italy to be the ones to get closest to them so they look value for a medal. British Hopes Olympic Gold Medalist Adam Peaty is the great Great British hope for the World Championships. He won the 100m breaststroke gold last summer and he will be the key to their mixed 4x100m medley challenge. It will be interesting to see how young Charlotte Atkinson goes after the 19 year old produced some cracking form at the British Championships this year. Tom Daley was left heartbroken after not landing the gold at the Olympics last year so he should be motivated for a good champion. Jack Laugher and Chris Mears will be looking to add to their Olympic gold with a World Championship title this year. The British team have a 12-string diving squad for the championships.
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Next Doctor who betting market thrown wide open

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Peter Capaldi will be on the way out of his role as Doctor Who and since 1963 there has been a rotating door of actors filling in the role. It is hard to get any kind of grasp on who the next Doctor Who is going to be though because time after time a potential candidate has risen to the forefront only to rapidly fall away again. Hype comes and hype goes. The current trend in the next Doctor Who betting market though is for a shock appointment as punters seem to be leaning heavily on a piece of history being created with a woman stepping into the role for the first time. Up on Twitter earlier this month, it was announced that current favourite Phoebe Waller-Bridge is not going to be the next Dr Who. A recent Newsnight segment has hinted that it was going to be her and that led punters flocking to back her at Ladbrokes. So much so that she took 61% of all bets on the market during the following week, even though the actress never actually said that she was going to be the Time Lord, and it was confirmed by Fleabag stage director Vicky Jones that Waller-Bridge wasn’t taking over the role. However, here’s the thing, despite the denials, it hasn’t stopped money going down on Waller-Bridge and she is still there at the head of the market as the favourite at 9/4 with Ladbrokes. Kris Marshall has been a strong contender for punters for a while, but he has been on the drift a little bit to 7/4 with Ladbrokes after being as short as 1/2 at one point. He has quit his role in Death in Paradise and that saw his odds fall, but they have gone back the other way. There is one more angle to all of this and that is the clear distancing from the role that Phoebe Waller-Bridge is going through at the moment. Which should lead punters back around to Tilda Swinton because there has been some murmuring about her being connected with the show and if the role is going to finally go to a woman, and it’s not going to be Waller-Bridge, then you can be assured that Swinton’s name is going to get thrown around more and more and her price will tumble, it has already started to do so. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.
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Rees-Mogg continues to be heavily backed in Next Conservative Leader market

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He may look as if he comes straight out of the 1920’s, but Jacob Rees-Mogg has been making some strides to replace Theresa May as the next Conservative Party leader. There has been a big betting trend toward Rees-Mogg after he started to gain a pretty big following across social media. The surprising Instagram star has also gained a bit of a betting following as well, to boot. Over the last month, because of his social media interactions, his popularity has been on the rise. So he has been getting extra airtime and in the Ladbrokes next Conservative leader betting market, he saw a massive odds tumble from 33/1 down to 16/1 to be the next head of the party. The eccentric MP for North East Somerset would be an unlikely leader, but punters can’t stop backing him to be the one to replace Theresa May. Rees-Mogg has taken five times more bets in the market over the last week than any other candidate in the running. That’s a staggering amount and shows what a great bit of social media output can do for you. But even though he has been such a big market mover in the next Conservative leader betting market, he was well down the pecking order and only 9th favourite to take over the party. Until this week when, on the back of the support, he has come into an even shorter price of 10/1 to sit alongside Amber Rudd as the joint fourth favourite. While the punters are backing him, would his party do so? That would be quite something if he gets the top spot.

Next Conservative Party leader betting odds

David Davis 3/1, Philip Hammond 9/2, Boris Johnson 13/2, Amber Rudd 10/1, Jacob Rees-Mogg 10/1, Ruth Davidson 10/1, Damian Green 22/1, Sajid Javid 22/1, Michael Gove 25/1, bar 33/1 Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.
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Murray and Konta Wimbledon double would hurt bookmakers

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Just imagine. Just imagine if Andy Murray and Johanna Konta pulled off a home double at Wimbledon this season. Ahead of the tournament, reigning champion Andy Murray wasn’t very well backed in the outright winner at Ladbrokes because of a season which has been disrupted by injury and illness. But with steady progress through the first week of action at SW19, Murray has been receiving plenty of patriotic punts ahead of the business end of the tournament. Murray is an 11/2 shot to go and defend his title successfully, but he still has Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer knocking around the tournament. But Murray is in there and scrapping along the rise of Johanna Konta continues and after being around 12/1 to win the women’s draw a week ago, Konta has now risen up the field to become 9/2 outright favourite at Ladbrokes to win the title. So there is new pressure on her going into this one. Her stock rose after an epic and exhausting win over Donna Vekic in the second round, which showed that she has all the grit and talent to win the event. That, coupled with the fact that one of the favourites Karolina Pliskova took a surprise early exit, Konta can really get up a head of steam now even though the grass isn't her strongest surface. So again, just imagine if Murray and Konta both won titles at Wimbledon this year. If they pulled it off, not only would be a stunning victory for British tennis as a whole, but it would also hit the bookmakers hard. Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “It’s rare we find ourselves in a position like this, but Serena Williams’ absence has blown the door wide open for a patriotic double for punters.” “Both Murray and Konta have been great so far, and that’s left plenty thinking it could be a record-breaking Wimbledon for Britain.” Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.
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T20 Blast 2017 Cricket Betting Odds & Predictions

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An exciting summer of T20 cricket has arrived with the 2017 Natwest T20 blast. This is the fourth season of the domestic competition and the tournament is made up of all of the 18 first-class county teams which get divided across two divisions of nine teams. All of the matches in the T20 Blast are playing July through September and the final for this year’s edition is going to be held at Edgbaston on September 2nd. You have a North division and a South division for the tournament and there is a total of fourteen games for each team in the pool stage. Each team will play six of the other teams twice (home and away) and will meet the other two teams just the once. There are two points for a win and one for a draw (or for an abandoned match). The top four from each of the divisions after that group stage then go through to meet up in the knockout stage in the quarter finals. The top two from each of the groups get a home tie for the quarter finals. Each team is allowed two overseas players. North Division Birmingham Bears, Derbyshire Falcons, Lancashire Lightning, Leicestershire Foxes, Northamptonshire Steelbacks, Nottinghamshire Outlaws, Worcestershire Rapids, Yorkshire Vikings, Durham Jets. South Division Essex Eagles, Glamorgan, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Kent Spitfires, Middlesex, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex Sharks Clearly, the southern division teams haven’t caught on to cool branding names by the looks of it. So this T20 tournament is going to bring up some fast-paced, heavy hitting cricket betting action and don't forget about those live in-play options at Ladbrokes for the matches in the event. The Northamptonshire Steelbacks are the reigning champions and so they will be carrying the pressure of holding on to their title. They have won it twice before and have been to the final in three of the last four editions of the tournament. So they should be up there again as they clearly having something going for them at the club. A lot of punters were backing the Nottinghamshire Outlaws to make a run at the title last year and they dominated the North Division. But then they were knocked out at the semi final stage by eventual winner Northamptonshire. However, Notts could have something about them again this season to edge further because they have players enjoying good form. Samit Patel and Steven Mullaney are going well for the Outlaws and they will be boosted by Alex Hales dedicating himself to the club scene now that he is out of the England set up. He only managed a couple of appearances in last season’s tournament, but the club can benefit from having him around for a lot longer and that will add to their chances of bringing home the bacon from the tournament. Given their recent track record, they will pique plenty of interest in the Ladbrokes T20 Blast betting market. Another solid performance at the tournament has been Hampshire who have been to the semi finals in two of the last three seasons. The Royals have won the competition (in its various formats) twice before, just like the Northamptonshire Steelbacks have done. They will miss spinner Liam Dawson for some of it because of his England call up and after missing out on the knockout stage last season, they can pose a threat again. That was the first time since 2009 that they hadn’t made it that far but can be excused as they threw a lot of young players in last season. They will benefit from that and be able to pack a punch again this season and can make the final four. The Southern Division failed to get a team to the final four last season, but Surrey look as if they can make a decent run at it this season and probably have one of the most well-balanced sides for the white-ball action. There is Aaron Finch, Kevin Pietersen and Moises Henriques in the squad and they, along with Sussex can haul themselves into the mix. From last season's South Division it was Gloucestershire who seemed to hold all of the aces and with batsman Michael Klinger they will alway shave chance. They really tanked in their quarter final match against Durham last season though, as they just didn’t live up to expectations and they will miss Andrew Tye from the attack but should be a contender. Then there is Middlesex who made it to the quarter finals last year and have acquired the services of T20 Specialist Coach Daniel Vettori to try and keep themselves up near the top of the form. They can boast a cracking top order as well with Brendon McCullum in there. The bowling may let them down though as they are lightweight on specialists in the shortened format of the game. Going back to Durham in the North Division, they really challenged Northamptonshire in last year’s Final, but they may well be missing too many key players because of international call ups to pull off a repeat, notably Mark Wood and Ben Stokes. Yorkshire have a very strong looking team on paper and will look to go better than last year’s semis when they lost out to the Durham Jets. They probably have more depth than any other team in the competition and can challenge if they put it all together.

Predictions

This is going to be a very competitive tournament this season as most of the teams look as if they are really getting stronger and better equipped for the challenge. Surrey look some decent value at Ladbrokes to make a run at the title and Nottingham look the value to launch a challenge for the title from the North Division with the boost of having Hales available. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run some fantastic live in-play cricket betting, providing plenty of market coverage and opportunities to pick up value while the action is going on!  
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Lions v New Zealand Money Back Special at Ladbrokes

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It is do or die then for the Lions in the early hours of Saturday morning as they head back to Eden Park to compete with the New Zealand All Blacks for the Series title. After having lost the first test at Eden Park, Auckland, the Lions responded well in Wellington to level up the series as they finally took advantage of a red card to Sonny Bill Williams. The Lions though almost didn’t make the numerical advantage count. They will know that they will face some kind of backlash from the All Blacks, who haven’t lost at Eden Park in 23 years. So the hosts are not going to go away quietly in this one and the Tourists can expect a ruthless performance from the men in black. What would help the Lions tremendously would be if they could get the first try on the board to heap a bit of pressure on the hosts and give themselves something to defend. If the Lions score the first try in the New Zealand V British & Irish Lions match on Saturday 8th July, Ladbrokes will refund losing bets on that match up to £25 per market, as Free Bets. Offer applies to bets placed on the New Zealand V British & Irish Lions Match on the following markets before kick-off: First Tryscorer & 5 Point Winning Margin markets. This offer is open to both new and existing customers and applies to single bet placed before the kick off only. Any bet placed on an eligible market will qualify for the refund if the British & Irish Lions score the first try in the New Zealand V British & Irish Lions Match on Saturday 8th July. Bets placed in-play do not count. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer. Ladbrokes run 5-team (or bigger) accumulator insurance as well on selected matches on the Match Betting Market where you will get MONEY BACK as a free bet up to £25 if one team lets you down.
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Wayne Rooney slashed at Ladbrokes to make Everton return

Wayne Rooney
There seems to be growing speculation that Wayne Rooney is heading away from Manchester United this summer. While he wasn’t a regular last season, having spent a lot of time warming the bench under Jose Mourinho's tutelage, on Monday, the club launched off their new shirt with him in attendance, but that hasn’t stopped the price on him leaving the club to join Everton, being trimmed. He is now shorter than ever at bookmaker Ladbrokes to go and rejoin Everton this summer, which is where the root of the speculation lies. The bookmaker reported seeing a flurry of bets on Rooney making a switch back to Everton on Monday, so much so that they had to trim the price on him from 9/4 down to just 1/5. A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: “Punters have been piling in on a Rooney reunion at Goodison Park this summer. “The odds have never been shorter and our traders will soon be closing the book if they continue to tumble.” Rooney left Everton in 2004 for a sum of £25m, making 559 appearances for the Red Devils, scoring a record-breaking 253 goals for them. A move to any Chinese Super League club for Rooney is a price of 5/2 while he is 5/1 to go off to the MLS.

Wayne Rooney – Club at the end of the Summer Transfer Window 2017

Everton – 1/5 Any Chinese club – 5/2 Any MLS club – 10/1 AC Milan – 12/1 Stoke – 16/1 Celtic – 25/1 Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.
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Ladbrokes offer Confederations Cup Final enhanced odds

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It will be all eyes on Germany and Chile in the Final of the Confederations Cup 2017 on the weekend. Germany, despite a few defensive wobbles, have powered their way through to the final thanks to their impressive young attack. This isn’t even Germany’s strongest squad and still, they have managed to reach the final, having taken down Mexico in a 4-1 semi final rout. Will they be able to break down a tough Chile side though? Chile are the ones carrying experience into the Final, and they showed against Portugal in their semi final that they know how to shut down big threats. The Chileans though have drawn their last three matches at the tournament, but the positive of that is that they don’t look like losing a game and they had the better of their 0-0 semi final with Portugal, but were wasteful up front. Will they be able to put it together against Germany? Register an account with Ladbrokes and take 20/1 enhanced odds on a corner being awarded in the match! Plus get your money back as a free bet if it loses! So that’s a banker for you and this is a new customer exclusive from Ladbrokes. Simply register today, deposit a minimum of £5, and then place your first bet as a single bet of £1 on a corner to be awarded in the Confederations Cup Final Sunday 2nd July. Maximum one qualifying bet per customer. If the bet loses, Ladbrokes will refund your stake of £1 as a free bet, and if the wager wins, the extra winnings will be paid in Free Bet tokens. This offer is available until kick off of the Confederations Cup Final at 19:00 on Sunday 2nd July.
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Money Back Special offer at Ladbrokes if Lions score first try in 2nd Test

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The Lions will step out in Wellington for the second test against the All Blacks with a lot to prove. They have to go out and win this game to stay in the three-match series as their backs are against the wall after an opening 30-15 defeat at Eden Park. So coach Warren Gatland has to roll the dice and he has done that by playing both Andy Farrell and Jonny Sexton from the start. It is a bold double-playmaker tactic to go for, with the two of them only having played 74 minutes together on the Tour so far. It is hoped that the combination will open up more creative channels and it brings two superb decision makers into midfield. Will it all pay off though, because the changes, in which the powerhouse Ben Te’o drops, will bring some defensive vulnerabilities in there. But if the pairing can work to get the ball to the dangerous back three of Anthony Watson, Elliot Daly and Liam Williams, the Lions may have a bigger chance at exploiting the All Blacks backline. If the Lions score the first try in the New Zealand v British & Irish Lions match on Saturday 1st July, Ladbrokes will refund losing bets on that match up to £25 per market, as Free Bets. Offer applies to bets placed on the New Zealand v British & Irish Lions Match on the following markets before kick-off: First Tryscorer & 5 Point Winning Margin markets. This is available to both new and existing customers. Any bet placed on an eligible market from 17:00 Thursday 29th June 2017 will qualify for the refund if the British & Irish Lions score the first try in the New Zealand V British & Irish Lions Match on Saturday 1st July. The offer applies to bets placed before kick off only. Bets placed in-play do not count. Offer applies to Single bets only. Refunds will not apply to any Multiple bets. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.  
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