Liverpool returned to the top of the table with a hard fought 2-0 victory over Cardiff on Sunday. They are two points clear of defending champions Man City, although they have played an extra game, and it should go right down to the wire. Both teams are in strong form and Liverpool will need to keep winning if they are to stand a chance of dethroning Pep Guardiola’s men. They are priced at 6/4 to do so, but Bet Victor is offering boosted odds of 30/1 on a Liverpool title triumph. To qualify, you must deposit £5 in a new account and then your stake on the Liverpool boosted odds wager is capped at £1. Any winnings would take the form of free bets.
Mansion Bet is offering a first deposit bonus of up to £50 in a bid to attract new punters. Mansion was founded back in 2002, but its sportsbook was only launched in 2018 and it now aims to seize market share from more established rivals. It has previously tied up sponsorship deals with various Premier League clubs and many sports fans know the brand. If you decide to sign up for an account, it will match your first deposit between £10 and £50. You must bet the deposit and bonus money six times over at odds of 4/5 or greater before you can withdraw it as cash.
Bet365 is offering new customers up to £100 in free bets in a bid to hold onto its market leading position. All you have to do in order to qualify is deposit anything from £5 up to £100 in a new account and the bookmaker will match it. You just have to play the free bets on markets where the odds are 1/5 or greater, which covers most sports bets.
Ladbrokes and Coral will give you £20 in free bets and you only need to deposit £5 of your own money into a new account in order to qualify. Wager your £5 deposit on a market with odds of 1/2 or greater and then you will unlock four free £5 bets to play around with. Both of these high street bookmaking giants are owned by GVC and it is aiming to push more into the online arena as land-based sites have been hit by the reduction of FOBT maximum stakes, so they often run tempting bonus offers, including boosted odds on big upcoming football matches.
Most betting sites require you to deposit your own money into an account before you get anything for free, but you sometimes see free bet no deposit offers. Sky Bet and Paddy Power have run them in the past. Right now LV Bet is promoting a £5 bonus no deposit offer, as is Energy Bet. Alternatively, you can try your hand at spread betting by taking advantage of Sporting Index’s £100 no deposit offer. Spread betting is vastly different to fixed odds betting, as each wager you place has a huge number of potential outcomes, meaning you can potentially make huge wins or big losses. Having £100 to play around with could help you decide whether or not it is for you.