Goal Rush Betting Tips
Saturday doesn’t half come round quick, but we wouldn’t have it any other way and you can’t beat a Saturday calendar full of football to pick from for bets, the options are almost endless.
This week we will mainly be focussing on our goal rush betting tips, which have a great conversion rate, offering up treble and a fivefold. Just in case the weather causes any disruptions we will be including action from some of Europe’s elite leagues. to give you a better chance of winning.
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Leverkusen v Frankfurt
Wolfsburg v Stuttgart
Bremen v Dortmund
We’re hoping that should things grind to a halt in the UK, then this little tip might just save our bacon, as we have a strong inkling all three of these games will bring goals galore.
You can place this treble with Ladbrokes for a £40 return on £10.
Your probably wondering why we’ve opted for a fivefold, well to be completely honest it’s this offer from Paddy Power that makes a fivefold even better value.
Place a 5-fold or bigger ACCA on their Both Teams to Score markets for Saturday’s Premier League or Npower Championship matches and if just one leg lets you down, they will refund your losing bet.
Why not use a new customer sign up bonus to place this bet for a potential double bonus, should one game let you down, not that we expect that to happen.
Derby v Notts Forrest
West Brom v Aston Villa
Blackpool v Cardiff
Sheff Weds v Wolves
Birmingham v Brighton
Place £10 on this at Paddy Power and you’ll see a return of £117.
But if you open a new account with Paddy Power and place a bet of up to £50, they will credit your account to the same value as your first bet; £50 on this five would return £587, tempting isn’t it!