You could have a risk-free shot at winning £145 if Liverpool manage to beat Merseyside rivals Everton in the Premier League on Wednesday night. How? By taking advantage of Betfair’s £20 risk-free offer for new customers and placing that on my Same Game Multi.
All you need to do is open a Betfair account using the link above and your first bet will be risk-free up to a maximum of £20. The risk-free element of the new customer offer means that if your first bet loses, you will get your stake returned in withdrawable cash. So, register, deposit £20, place it on my Same Game Multi if it takes your fancy and you could bag £145 if Liverpool take all three points from Everton at Anfield on Wednesday night.
The first part of my Same Game Multi is Liverpool to win the match against Everton. Quite obviously a straightforward selection. Jurgen Klopp’s side come into this game on the back of incredible form this season having only lost once in 23 competitive matches and winning a staggering 19 of those. They’re currently top the Premier League table, eight points ahead of Leicester City and 11 ahead of champions Manchester City. They’re unbeaten at home since April 2017 and host an Everton side who have had a terrible campaign so far, hovering just above the relegation zone.
The second selection is both teams to score (Yes). Simply put, both teams love to score and concede goals recently. All of Liverpool’s last 12 competitive matches have seen both teams score whilst Everton have conceded in each of their last four games, scoring in three.
The third pick is for over 2.5 match goals. 7/8 of Liverpool’s recent competitive matches have seen three or more goals in them. All three of Everton’s recent away fixtures have also seen over 2.5 match goals. Both teams average 3.2 combined goals per game in their last five league outings.
The next pick is Sadio Mane to score anytime. The 27-year-old comes into this game in great scoring form having netted 12 times in 20 appearances so far this season. Fit and on his game he is a real threat in front of goal for Liverpool and I fancy him to find the net given a good opportunity.
The fifth and final pick is over 5.5 home team corners. Klopp’s side love to press teams and be on the front foot of games. 7/9 of Liverpool’s last games have seen the Reds have more than 5.5 corners. Everton are really struggling this season and I am expecting most of the ball to be played inside their half with Liverpool looking to exploit the Toffees down the wing.