New Customer Offer: 25/1 Man City
Frank Monkhouse | 28 February 2017
FA Cup replay price boost
Manchester City host Huddersfield on Wednesday evening in an FA Cup replay at the Etihad. Punters can follow all the action live on BBC from 7.45pm, and we mark the occasion with a chunky price boost in the latest from our new customer offers.
Get 25/1 on Manchester City to beat Huddersfield. The pair couldn’t be separated first time out, ending goalless at the John Smith’s Stadium, but City would have learned their lesson from that and, now in front of their own fans, are certain to improve and get the job done without the added hassle of extra-time and penalties. The locals are nailed-on favourites, but we think you deserve much more than that!
To take advantage of this enhancement simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if Man City beat Huddersfield, you will receive your £/€25 winnings in free bets.
City boss Pep Guardiola pointed the finger of blame at the pitch last time, with a rugby match taking place on the turf two days before the game. Back on familiar ground, where City can revert to their pressing style of play, and will find plenty more space to work with, they are hot-favourites to get the result, and rightly so. Let’s not forget it is the FA Cup, and it is Man City, meaning upsets are always a possibility. We will give you 25/1 if Man City win, and if they don’t then you will still be in the pink as we will make up for it by giving you a £/€5 free bet to use exactly as you like.
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Monday 27th February and 19:45 GMT on Wednesday 1st March to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
Confident City to shine
Manchester City go into the tie with three wins in their last three Premier League starts, a run that had them second in the division behind Chelsea going into the weekend. They also boast a solid home record this season, and were last seen in front of their own fans blowing away the might of Monaco in the Champions League.
A pulsating clash last Tuesday served up eight goals, with City winning 5-3 against their French opponents. Strikes from Sterling, Stones, Sane and an Aguero double bettered goals from Mbappe and a Falcoa brace. We saw the best and worst of City that night, but the win, scoring five goals in the process, would have seriously boosted confidence, and they should brush their lower-league opponents aside. Back the home win at a monster offer.