IT’S the betting frenzy that’s becoming more frequent than a mazy run from Leo Messi. Once again bet365 are doing punters proud by presenting their popular in-play bet offer for BOTH of this week’s Champions League semi-final matches.
Tuesday night sees Bayern Munich hoping for a miracle as they try to turn around a 3-0 first-leg deficit when Barcelona visit the Allianz Arena. Then on Wednesday there’s another blockbuster as Italian champs Juventus take a slender 2-1 lead to the Bernabeu for their crunch clash with Real Madrid.
To qualify for your risk-free in-play Bet365 bet, simply place a bet of up to £50 before kick-off. Then once the game starts place another bet – of the same stake – on any in-play market. If your FIRST in-play bet loses Bet365 will refund this stake up to the same value as your largest pre-match bet (max £50).
You can try to do a low-risk first bet and take a chance on the second – or do bets that guarantee profit. It’s up to you – but make sure you check the rules before having a bet.
My preference is to place a £50 pre-match bet on over 0.5 match goals in Real Madrid v Juventus at odds of around 1-25. I also cover the 0-0 draw with a bet of around £4.50 at 11-1 at another bookie. When doing this, bet on the ‘no scorer’ market rather than a 0-0 draw so you get paid if the only goal is an OG.
So for a maximum total spend of around £2.50 you are then covered to use your risk-free £50 inplay bet to try to win big, eg on a first or anytime scorer or correct score.
There are lots of other strategies so share yours here and full T & C’s can be found at bet365 by simply clicking the banner at the top of this page.
Please be aware that these offers work independently of each other and should be treated separately.
Both the Bayern Munich v Barcelona and Real Madrid v Juventus offers are available to all customers with the exception of the following:
Armenia, Belarus, Croatia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Australia, Italy and Romania.