New Customer Offer: 33/1 Man Utd
Frank Monkhouse | 7 March 2017
Red Devils Europa League price boost
Manchester United, targeting a Europa League outright win that would gift them a pass into the Champions League next season, now travel to Rostov on Thursday evening, live on BT Sport. The Red Devils look to put one foot in the next round, and they are the subject of our latest new customer offer.
We are giving up a tantalising 33/1 on Manchester United to beat Rostov on Thursday night in the Europa League. The Red Devils, currently on a stunning run in the Premier League, were in impressive form in this competition last time, beating Saint-Etienne home and away, 3-0 at Old Trafford and 1-0 in France. Fancy them to do the same here? Well, 33/1 would certainly make things more exciting, wouldn’t it?
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 Utd beat Rostov, you will receive your £/€33 winnings in free bets.
Things are beginning to get serious for United, both domestically and in this competition, but Mourinho’s boys are showing no signs of letting the pressures get to them. We fancy the English reps to get the job done with minimum fuss on Thursday, but this is over two-legs, and the worry always is United playing for a score draw to take back home. We won’t let that ruin your enjoyment of the match however, and if Rostov are able to get anything out of this one, we’ll make up for it by giving you a £/€5 free bet to use however you like.
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Tuesday 7th March and 18:00 GMT on Thursday 9th March to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
United’s charge to continue
Man Utd’s preparation for this test didn’t go exactly to plan, and they were forced to share the points with lowly Bournemouth on Saturday, courtesy of a 1-1 finish. Rojo had them ahead on 23-minutes, knocking a wayward shot past Boruc, but that was cancelled out by King, who levelled up from the spot just before half-time.
It was not the result fans would have hoped for, but it’s another match unbeaten and means they are now just three points off the top-four. It’s as tight a race to finish in the Champions League places as we have seen for years, meaning Mourinho may see winning the Europa League as the best way into Europe’s elite next season. They’ll be looking to lay down a marker in the first-leg, and our 33/1 is well worth having.