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Stan James offers The Open Golf Play Off Refund

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It is all eyes on Royal Birkdale this week for the only golf Major outside of the USA. It is the British Open of course and battle for the Claret Jug will be back on. Defending champion Henrik Stenson will be out to do what Padraig Harrington did back in 2008 at Royal Birkdale and that is, defend The Open title successfully. It is a big ask though and the field looks wide open for this one. Americans Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson and Rickie Fowler are 14/1 joint favourites to win the title and then you have Rory McIlroy, who like Johnson needs to rediscover a bit of form. There is a strong European challenge coming in this year with the likes of Spanish duo Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm, and English pair Tommy Fleetwood and Justin Rose all trading well.

The Open 2017 Betting Odds

Jordan Spieth 14/1, Dustin Johnson 14/1, Rickie Fowler 14/1, Jon 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 Bookmaker Stan James are paying eight places this week at the British Open so that adds some nice extra value to your each way betting on the outright market. On top of that, they are also offering a money back special on losing final round Tournament Outright bets. To get this Bet £5 or more on the Tournament Outright market at the end of round 3 and before the start of round 4 and if your selection loses in a play off you’ll get money back as a free bet up to £25. Stan James is big on golf promotions with weekly extra places and acca insurances on 3 ball betting too! Register an account with online betting site Stan James and enjoy their bet £10 get £20 welcome bonus offer!
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Stan James offer DP World Championship Golf Free Bet

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The Race to Dubai is actually off to Dubai this week and the golfing world will watch to see who wins out. Rory McIlroy is running as 10/3 favourite with online betting site Stan James to get the win, but current Race To Dubai leader Henrik Stenson is going to come out all guns a-blazing and shoot for the triumph that he needs to secure the big prize at the end of the of the weekend. So there should be some top golf action heading your way this week to get stuck into. Will Stenson be able to fend off McIlroy this week? There should also be a strong challenge coming in from Alex Noren who won at the Nedbank Challenge last week and the price of 14/1 at Stan James on him coming through the field in Dubai is going to attract form punters. Online betting site Stan James are not only running extra places on this week's DP World Championship golf betting, but they are are also offering punters the chance to land a free in-play bet. place a ÂŁ20 win single, or ÂŁ10 each-way single on the In-Play Outright market during the first day at the DP World Championship with Stan James and you will get a ÂŁ5 free In-Play bet. This great promotion will go from the start of play on Thursday, November 17th through to the end of play for the first round of the DP World Championship and applies to in-play bets only. In order to qualify, there must be a minimum ÂŁ20 win single or ÂŁ10 each-way single must be placed on the Nedbank Golf Challenge during the promotional period. You will get the free bet award and it will be issued on your first qualifying bet placed. Register an account with online betting site Stan James and earn a free ÂŁ20 bet as a welcome bonus from them too.
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Stan James offers Money Back Special if Costa scores first

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Diego Costa is a man on a mission this season it would seem. The big Chelsea striker has been back to his brilliant self, prowling around, annoying defenders and sticking the ball in the back of the net. He has four goals in four league games under new boss Antonio Conte and he looks ready to terrorize a vulnerable Liverpool defence on Friday night at Stamford Bridge. The Reds, who have been playing with a makeshift backline with James Milner in it, could come under some heavy pressure from Costa, who will get under their skin. Costa is running at a quote of 9/2 in the first goalscorer market. But will he be out shone by Liverpool’s powerful attack? The Reds bring with them Daniel Sturridge, Divock Origi, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane as attacking threat and all let’s not forget Chelsea’s other threats of Eden Hazard and Michy Batshuayi. There is a great offer from online betting site Stan James for your Chelsea v Liverpool betting. Get Money Back on losing first/last goalscorer and correct score bets as a free bet up to £25 if Diego Costa scores the first goal. This offer will run until kick off in the match and you will need to place a pre-match single of £5 or more on the first or last goalscorer or correct score market on the Premier League match between Chelsea and Liverpool (20:00 16/09/2016). In play bets won’t count and the free bet will be based on your first single bet placed. Register an account with online betting site Stan James and earn a free £20 bet as a welcome bonus.
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Stan James offers Free ÂŁ5 bets for Man Utd v Southampton Betting

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So now we have the rare feature of Friday night football having arrived in the Premier League and we get entertained by Manchester United v Southampton this week to kick off the big weekend of Premier League football. This is a great looking match as well because the Saints have cared a W2 D1 record on their last three visits to Old Trafford. But Manchester United are looking like a much more menacing side this term with big Zlatan Ibrahimovic already having made a huge impact at the club. So will Jose Mourinho be able to march his troops on in the right direction after an opening win at Bournemouth last weekend? Or will the Red Devils find themselves stumped by the Saints again? Stan James has a huge offer running from Manchester United v Southampton betting. Bet £20 on either Man Utd or Southampton to win in the Match Betting market and get a £5 free bet for every goal your team scores, whether they win or lose! If you are not a customer with Stan James then you can go and join up and take advantage of this offer. It’s a great deal and when you open an account, when you place your first bet of £10 of them they will straight out give you a £20 free bet back as a bonus!
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Euro 2016 Last 16 Betting, Odds & Predictions

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The draw for the round of sixteen at Euro 2016 is all set in stone now with the group stage of the tournament having been concluded. While there were some surprises and upsets in the group stage including four of the Group Winner favourites failing to deliver, all of the stronger nations in Euro 2016 betting are still in the mix. The line up for the Euro 2016 Last 16 Betting, Odds & Predictions though probably won’t have gone as planned and predicted for a lot of punters though, with Italy, England, Belgium and Spain all having failed to win their groups.

Switzerland v Poland - June 25th

This should be one of the easier games to call in the round of sixteen betting at the Euros. Switzerland bundled their way through Group A in second place behind France, without looking a threat to anyone, scoring just the two goals in their three games. They were lucky to beat ten man Albania and then played out draws with Romania and France. Poland finished level on points with Germany in Group C, coming home second only on goal difference. The Poles look more than solid enough, not having conceded a goal yet, to win this to nil. One of the easier options in Euro 2016 Last 16 Betting, Odds & Predictions.

Croatia v Portugal - June 25th

The threat of Cristiano Ronaldo is always there to potentially inspire Portugal to grind their way through a game. They played some good attacking football in the group stage, but it was against weak opposition, all of it, and they still only managed three draws. Croatia are slick, organised and will be full of confidence after having beaten Spain 2-1 in their final group stage match to pip top spot from the reigning Champions. Croatia have better quality in most department and should edge the victory in this one, the key for them, challenging Portugal down the flanks. Croatia to win.

Wales v Northern Ireland - June 25th

A fantastic home nation clash on the cards for the round of sixteen. Wales beat out England to to spot in the group and totally tore Russia apart in their final group stage match. That should set them up well for this clash. The Welsh are unbeaten in their last five games against the Irish and will be favoured to make their way through this. Northern Ireland have grit and posted a good win over the Ukraine in the group stage, but may not have enough going forward to beat out a Welsh defence which can be tough to break. Wales to win.

Hungary v Belgium - June 26th

One of the surprise match ups because no-one really gave Hungary much hope of getting out of their group. They did and they were unbeaten too in the process. They have been surprisingly offensive and were the joint top scorers along with Wales in the group stage. There’s great spirit there from them and in a tournament which looks wide open, they may be worth a flutter to edge this. Belgium are just failing to click often enough in games and they can look pretty limp at time and indecisive in the final third of the pitch. Hungary are just direct and get on with it. Draw at 90 minutes.

Germany v Slovakia - June 26th

Just before Euro 2016 started, Slovakia went to Germany and posted a 3-1 victory over Die Mannschaft. That was a shock result and now the two of them are paired back together at Euro 2016. Germany haven't hit their top stride at all so far in the tournament, scoring just the three goals in their Group and they could easily have lost against Poland. They haven’t conceded though and the big worry about them was their defence going into the tournament. They are in tournament mode and even with their forwards misfiring a little, they should win this one. Germany to win.

Italy v Spain - June 27th

The mouthwatering clash of the Round of Sixteen which not many people will have seen coming. This has all come about because Spain lost a 1-0 lead in their final group stage match against Croatia, ending up losing 1-0. That has raised some questions about their defence, which wasn’t good on the day. Italy were gritty and professional through their group success against Sweden and Belgium, but with chances, lost their final game against Ireland. Spain’s possession game could take the sting out of Italy, who aren’t great in the final third and chances for them could be at a premium. Spain to edge a tight battle in what is a repeat of the Euro 2012 final of course. This is the highlight of Euro 2016 Last 16 Betting, Odds & Predictions.

France v Ireland - June 26th

The host nation weren’t in top gear at any point through the group stage and needed late goals to secure wins over both Romania and Albania before playing out a dull 0-0 draw with Switzerland. Arguably they have the best squad at the Finals and still have room to improve. Ireland were aggressive against Italy in their final group stage match when they had nothing to lose and had to win to get through. Will we see that same fire and enthusiasm come the knockout stage? France are likely to have more control with Ireland probably going a little more cagey. France to win as Ireland don’t have the attacking options Les Bleus do.

England v Iceland - June 27th

So to the Three Lions who tore up the script and ended up only finishing second in their group. Like all of the major teams, they haven’t been overly convincing at any point. What they do have is attacking options and if it clicks they should progress in this one. Iceland have been gusty and they are the underdog story of the entire show (taking some limelight away from Hungary). That’s twelve consecutive games that they have scored in now and while they are likely to be on the back foot for long periods, will take some breaking down. England struggled to break down a defensive minded Slovakia and this will be a test of their creativity again. England to win though. With all of the home nations having managed to make their way through to the knockout stage of Euro 2016, there is some further good coverage then to enjoy at online betting site Stan James. They are offering the top price on each of the home nations to win any of their respective matches at Euro 2016, so you know that you are getting the best value around on England, Ireland, Northern Ireland and Wales to win games. Register an account with Stan James and earn a free £20 bet as a welcome bonus.
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Euro 2016 Top Scorer Odds & Preview

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The chase for the honour of the Euro 2016 Top Scorer title is well underway of course. Two men jointly lead the charge after the close of the Group Stage of the Euros, with Wales’ Gareth Bale and Spain’s Alvaro Morata having raced to the head of the pack with a three goal haul. That of course has led to a bit of a shake up in Euro 2016 Top Scorer Odds and so it is a good time to revisit the newly priced-up market. Will it be Bale or Morata who go on to edge their way to the title or will one of the other big guns like French duo Antoine Griezmann and Olivier Giroud or Germany’s Thomas Muller start firing their way to success. A lot of the big names really didn’t show up too well in the group stage, but for some there will be another four games to come at the Euro’s to try and catch and even overhaul Bale and Morata. Our Euro 2016 Top Scorer Odds & Preview takes a look at the main contenders still in the running.

Gareth Bale 5/1

Well, Wales needed him to turn up and have a big tournament for them and he has delivered. The Real Madrid man netted a goal in each of his three group stage matches. He hasn’t done a great deal during the tournament, with two of his goals coming through direct free kicks, but he has stuck the ball in the back of the net and that’s the most important thing at the end of the day, right? He gets to face off against Northern Ireland’s defence in the next round and will fancy his chances of winning the title with Wales having landed on their feet in the easier top half of the draw. Bale is 9/2 to lift the Golden Boot.

Alvaro Morata 9/2

Have Spain finally found their answer to a number nine? Young Morata has slotted in well, forming a good partnership up front with Nolito. He has been in the right place at the right time and delivered the goods for the Spaniards. Spain could always use a little more clinical directness when it comes to just putting the ball in the back of the net, but as a team you know that they will create chances in the game. Spain though have a tough round of sixteen game against Italy and then may have to go through France and England to get a shot at defending their title in the final. That’s a tough route, will his chances be more limited than that of Bale? He has looked good though.

Romelu Lukaku 6/1

The big Belgian will make an interesting proposition for punters. He is a class act but he has looked isolated and destined for most of the tournament. The problem for him is that Belgium as a team, really haven’t clicked in the final third where they have looked very indecisive about how to create chances. That will hamper Lukaku’s progress overall because they aren’t playing to his strength. Still, as his brace against Ireland showed, he has the finishing power when he does create chances. Will he get enough of them though? A tempting flutter at 6/1 in Euro 2016 Top Scorer Odds.

Cristiano Ronaldo 6/1

Much the same can be said about Ronaldo as about Lukaku. Ronaldo is Portugal, without him they aren’t going to get far. He was grumpy and disinterested in putting up a fight in draws against Austria and Iceland in the group, even missing from the penalty spot. But what has raised his stock was the brace that he scored in Portugal’s final group stage match against Hungary. He finished brilliantly for his two goals and if that has given him a shot of confidence, he will of course be a threat. His chances will all depend on whether or not they get past Croatia in a massively difficult round of sixteen match. With three draws from three games in the easy Group F, Portugal may not have the legs to go too far.

Dimitri Payet 12/1

The Frenchman has been one of the stars of the show so far. A couple of late goals for the French has put him in the hunt for the GOlden Boot. Everything he does is with great talent and passion and he gets the rewards that he puts into the game. Obviously he’s not going to get as many chances as some of the forwards on this list, but if France are going to get through their tough half of the draw, then they may need some more magic from the West Ham man.

Ivan Perisic 14/1

If there is one star of the tournament so far who would be capable of stealing the Golden Boot title from the bigger-named stars, then it will be Croatia's Ivan Perisic. Is there a better, more powerful runner in the competition than him? He is a workhorse, direct and has the patience on the ball and a touch of finishing class. Croatia have a very favourable draw in the competition and Perisic, as part of a very good Croatia team, could have a big say in things and has to be worth an each way flutter.

Olivier Giroud 18/1

Gets a lot of stick from his own supporters does Giroud. That doesn’t particularly make a happy camper, but it could also fire him into silence his critics. He has had a lot of chances at Euro 2016 so far and could easily be leading the Golden Boot charge at the moment. It hasn’t quite gone to plan for him though, but he has been there getting himself in good positions and shouldn’t be counted out of the picture. Big each way option at that price.

25/1 bar options

So no goals for big guns Thomas muller, Robert Lewandoski or Harry Kane, three great options ahead of the tournament but they are still in there. So too England's Daniel Sturridge and Jamie Vardy who may get chances against Iceland in the round of sixteen. You have a bunch of players on one goal still in the tournament and things can change quickly. A brace from someone in a game, like Morata and Ronaldo have both delivered in the tournament, can change the complexion of things quickly in this market. Take a look at the draws ahead and which player has the best chance of going the furthest against the least-difficult defences. For that, we would say that Lukaku and Perisic make great options.

Euro 2016 Top Scorer Odds

Gareth Bale 4/1, Alvaro Morata 9/2, Romelu Lukaku 6/1, Cristiano Ronaldo 6/1, Dimitri Payet 12/1, Ivan Perisic 14/1, Olivier giroud 18/1, Mario Gomez 25/1, Antoine Griezmann 25/1, Thomas Muller 26/1, Nani 25/1, Jamie Vardy 28/1, Daniel Sturridge 33/1. The goalscorer markets are going to get pretty active quickly and online betting site Stan James has a great promotion running. Place a pre-match First Goalscorer bet on a game at the Euros (applies to all games) and if your wager loses because your selection doesn’t open the scoring, then you will get your lost sake refunded if your player does score the second goal of the game. Register an account with online betting site Stan James and earn a free £20 bet as a welcome bonus.
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Stan James Euro 2016 Golden Boot ÂŁ5 free bet offer!

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The Euro 2016 Top Goalscorer market is packed full of talent. You have the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Kane, Robert Lewandowski, Jamie Vardy, Olivier Giroud and Thomas Muller all heading out to France 2016 and so the Golden Boot market is going to be offering a lot of value for punters to get their teeth into. If it is value that you are looking for in Euro 2016 Golden Boot betting then you need to go over to online betting site Stan James because they are giving out free bets the Euro 29016 Top Goalscorer market. Here is the cracker of a deal: Place a £20 bet on the Euro 2016 - Top Goalscorer market and get a £5 free bet every time he scores during Euro 2016! So if you are backing one of the big guns then you could rack up the free bets, especially with an extra game being played in this year’s tournament because of the expanded format with 24 starting out. It is unreasonable to expect Cristiano Ronaldo to bag at least three goals, perhaps even in the group stage alone? Robert Lewandowski was the Euro 2016 qualification top scorer and looks likely to bag a few.

Euro 2106 Top Goalscorer Betting Odds

Thomas Muller 7/1, Cristiano Ronaldo 7/1, Antoine Griezmann 8/1, Robert Lewandowski 14/1, Olivier Giroud 14/1, Harry Kane 12/1, Romelu Lukaku 12/1, Anthony Martial 18/1, Alvaro MOrata 20/1, Marco Reus 25/1, Zlatan Ibrahimovic 33/1, 40/1 bar So the free bets in this Stan James Euro 2016 Golden Boot ÂŁ5 free bet offer can really start to stack up! Register an account with the popular online bookmaker and go and claim your ÂŁ20 free bet as a welcome bonus too from them!
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Euro 2016 Betting Top Price on all Home Nations to win at Stan James

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There are a couple of newly launched promotions available at online betting site Stan James that you are probably going to go out and enjoy. If you are looking for a patriotic bet on one of the home nations to go and win the tournament, or even win one of the matches that they are involved in at the tournament, then you will want to head over to Stan James. Why? Because the online bookmaker are running a promotion where you get the Top Price on all Home Nations to win Euro 2016. So you can throw a patriotic bet at England, Wales, Ireland or Northern Ireland with the knowledge that you would get a bigger payout anywhere else! So you can celebrate with your face paint and your replica shirt at getting the biggest odds possible on your selection in the outright winner market on one of the home nations. England are 8/1 to win the tournament, with Wales at 50/1, the Republic of Ireland 150/1 and Northern Ireland 500/1. But the value in Euro 2016 betting on the home nations doesn't stop there because there is even more on offer. You can also get the top price on the home nation to win each of their matches played in the tournament! So looking at the first round of matches for the Home Nations you have: Wales (31/18) – Draw (11/5) – Slovakia (11/5) England (19/17) – Draw (52/21) – Russia (3/1) Poland (10/11) – Draw (28/11) – N. Ireland (43/10) Rep of Ireland (26/11) – Draw (9/4) – Sweden (6/4)* This is a fantastic promotion, so just go and register an account with the popular online bookmaker and go and claim your £20 free bet as a welcome bonus too from them!
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Who will win the Europa League Final 2016? Betting Preview & Odds

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England or Spain? Liverpool or Sevilla? Who will win the Europa League Final 2016 at the close of the game on Wednesday night? It is the first European final of the season and it pits LIverpool against the Europa Kings, Sevilla. The Spaniards have won the competition for the last two seasons running and are the record holders in the UEFA Cup/Europa League with four titles to their name. But Liverpool aren’t that far behind with three successes in the tournament. But the current form is with the Spaniard whose four titles have come in the last decade alone. Europa League Final 2016

Will Sevilla win the Europa League Final 2016?

There is a decent case here for them. They dropped from the UEFA Champions League this season back to the UEFA Europa League but that hasn’t taken them out of their stride at all. They seem to have a big pedigree in cup competitions because as well as having triumphed in the Europa League four times since 2006 they have won the Copa del Rey twice since then as well and are back in the final of that competition as well, where they will face Barcelona on the weekend. Current Form Sevilla (most recent first in all competitions): LLWLDW Despite their UEFA Champions League campaign this season not going well, finishing third behind Manchester City and Juventus (losing four games on the bounce as well), the silver lining is that they made it back to the place they love. They have played eight games in this season’s competition therefore and have averaged 1.8 goals per game in that spell, posting a W4 D2 L2 record in that sequence of games. The big goalscoring threat that they carry is through Kevin Gameiro who has netted in each of their last three Europa league games. In total he has netted seven goals in eight Europa League games this season. Gameiro is a quote of 15/8 in the anytime goalscorer market. Sevilla’s head to head record against English opposition: W3 D2 L3 Despite his impressive return of goals, the Frenchman hasn’t managed to book himself an international call up for Euro 2016 but he has been linked with a summer move to Barcelona. They are big game specialists because their domestic season has been poor and they have won just four of their last fourteen games across all competitions and three of those wins were in the Europa League. That shows where their focus is, but they also took notable wins over Barcelona, Real Madrid and Villarreal in La Liga this season and did beat Juventus in the UEFA Champions League.

Will Liverpool win the Europa League Final 2016?

The Reds are looking to pull level on UEFA Cup titles with Sevilla, which they will do with a victory on Wednesday night in Basel. Liverpool’s progress through the group stage was just about as dull a it could get, topping their group with only ten points from their six matches played. They drew five of their first seven games in the competition this season and managed just the six goals in total in those seven games. So it wasn’t an explosive entry in the UEFA Europa League this season from Liverpool and in fact, Adam Lallana is their top scorer in this season’s tournament with a three goal haul. Daniel Sturridge is 3/2 to score in Wednesday's Final and the England man has two goals in seven appearances in this season’s Europa League. Current Liverpool form (most recent first, all competitions): DDWWLL After getting past Augsburg 1-0 on aggregate in the round of 32, the Reds were handed a cracker of a tie against Manchester United in the round of 16. That’s really when the Merseyside crew started to come to life, completing dominating the Red Devils in the first leg and winning out 3-1 on aggregate. But there was an ever bigger test for Liverpool to come as Jurgen Klopp got a rematch against his former employees Borussia Dortmund, who were outright favourites to win this season's Europa League at the time. After a 1-1 draw at the Westfalenstadion, Liverpool netted three goals in the final thirty minutes of the return leg to card a dramatic 4-3 comeback win on the night and to move through to the semis 5-4 on aggregate. Liverpool’s head to head record v Spanish opponents: W14 D10 L10 Liverpool’s only loss so far in the Europa League happened in the semi final first leg when they were shot down in injury time on the road at Villarreal in a 1-0 loss. But the Reds were comfortable winners in a 3-0 aggregate triumph back at Anfield, helped by their opponents going down to ten men. You can tell that Liverpool have placed a higher importance on this than their league positioning in the Premier League, as they have rested players on the domestic front, so they are geared up for this. They can take some incentive from the fact that Sevilla have picked up only one clean sheet in their last thirteen games played, so the Reds could get some good chances to secure this win and their last UEFA Cup success was against Spanish opposition (2001, Deportivo Alaves).

Europa League Final 2016 Prediction

This is such an open game because both have their respective strengths and weaknesses. Sevilla are a powerful home side, but not so much out on the road and they didn’t win a single league game on the road in La Liga this term. Liverpool stuttered their way through much of the Europa League until the latter stages and were a long way short of title winning quality in the Premier League. So a toss of a coin in this one, and the deal maker could be Kevin Gameiro. The Frenchman is in top form and while Liverpool’s goal output has improved towards the end of the campaign, their main man Daniel Sturridge just has the two goals to his name. This is a match which Gameiro can strengthen his case to move to a big club. Regardless of their domestic form, Sevilla seem to turn it on when they need to in the big matches and in the Europa League. This should be tight, but the experience of Sevilla in this situation may just given them the edge.

Europe League Final 2016 Odds

Liverpool 7/5, Sevilla 2/1, Draw 23/10

Europa League Final 2016 Stats

Both sides have won all of their previous appearances in the UEFA Cup/Europa League final. Sevilla’s first Europa League title came against Middlesbrough in the 2006 Final Liverpool’s last UEFA Cup success was against Spanish opposition in 2001 Liverpool have failed to win both previous visits to St Jakob Park (D1 L1) Sevilla drew at the ground against FC Basel in the round of sixteen this season Spanish clubs have won four of the last five Europa League Finals The last Spain v England Europa League final saw Atletico Madrid beat Fulham 2-1 in 2010

Europa League Final Promotion

Online betting site Stan James have a money back special running for her first and last goalscorer markets for your Europa League Final 2016 market. Place a pre-match wager on the first goalscorer or goalscorer market and if the bet loses but Kevin Gameiro or Daniel Sturridge nets the first goal of the game then you will get your lost stake refunded as a free bet up to the value of ÂŁ25. Register an account with Stan James and earn a free ÂŁ20 bet as a welcome bonus from them.
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Goalscorer free bets for Liverpool v Sevilla betting at Stan James

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Wednesday night will see the kick off in the first European final this season. The UEFA Europa League Final contest between Liverpool v Sevilla should be a fantastic match up. The Reds head to Basel for the final having lost just one of their Europa League matches this season and they have knocked out some big opponents in Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund along the way as well. This would be a massive coup for Jurgen Klopp in his first season in charge of the Merseyside giants. Liverpool could match Sevilla’s four title haul in the UEFA Cup if they beat the Spaniards on Wednesday night. However, Sevilla are the experts in this competition having won it the last two seasons. They dropped down from the Champions LEague to contest again and get a shot at another title defence. The winner of the UEFA Europa League final on Wednesday will earn a place in the UEFA Champions League next season so there is a huge prize up for grabs here alongside the trophy of course. The last time Liverpool won a European trophy was back in 2005 but their last UEFA Cup title came against a Spanish side in 2001, so that maybe a good omen. Liverpool have never lost a UEFA Cup final, but then again, neither have Sevilla, so something has to give. The Spaniards have won only four of their last fourteen games in all option and have kept one clean sheet in thirteen. That should give Liverpool a decent shot at this and maybe Daniel Sturridge will be the one to open up the fragile Sevilla defence? But Liverpool’s own back line will have to be watchful of Kevin Gameiro who has scored in each of Sevilla’s last three Europa League matches. Overall, Gameiro has netted seven Europa League goals this season. Back a first or last goalscorer selection in Liverpool v Sevilla Europa League betting and if the selection doesn’t score first but either Kevin Gameiro or Daniel Sturridge do, then you will get your money back as a free bet from online betting site Stan James up to the value of £25. Register an account with Stan James and earn a free £20 bet as a welcome bonus from them. So just to reiterate, Stan James are offering money back as a free bet up to £25 on all losing Correct Score and First/Last Goalscorer bets if Kevin Gameiro or Daniel Sturridge scores first. This promotion is open until kick off and applies to pre-match single bets of £5 or more on the first or last goalscorer or correct score market.
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