Leicester City v Liverpool: Price Boosts Available as Reds take on Managerless Foxes
Football can be a cruel business as Claudio Ranieri found out this week: Less than a year ago, the Italian had guided Leicester to an improbable league title but after a disastrous campaign which leaves Leicester on the brink of relegation, he is without a job.
The Foxes now host Liverpool in the Monday night game and with the Reds installed as odds on favourites for all three points, the bookies have brought in a choice of price boosts to give you a little extra value.
6/1 on Liverpool with 888Sport
888Sport were the first to declare an enhanced odds promotion for this game and they have gone with favourites Liverpool. 888’s book price on the Reds currently stands at 3/5 but if you are a new customer to the group, you can lift that to 6/1.
If you don’t have an account here, register your basic details via this promotion page and then make a deposit of at least £10.00 into that new account. Use a debit or credit card and your funds should be available immediately, at which point you should back Liverpool to win in Monday night’s fixture.
If you are successful with that bet, 888Sport will give you a return at that 3/5 book price and that will go straight back into your account. The balance up to that 6/1 enhanced figure with then come back to you as a free bet token. This will arrive within 48 hours and you then have up to 7 days in which to use it before it expires.
7/1 on Liverpool with Paddy Power
Paddy Power are offering slightly better odds of 7/1 on a Liverpool win this Monday and this is a promotion that works in the same way as the deal from 888Sport. It’s for new customers so sign up via the promo page if you don’t have an account here and fund at least £10.00 into the new account.
Stake up to £10.00 and any winning profits come back into your account with the balance arriving as free bet tokens.
Please be sure to check all terms and conditions of these, and any bookmaker deals before you proceed.
So, the enhanced odds bookmakers have come down in favour of Liverpool here but have they got it right? In all probability, the deals were devised before Leicester sacked their manager and we know that on occasions, that sort of move could galvanise a team and help them find their form.
However, it’s been such a poor campaign for Leicester that it’s hard to see them taking the points. It’s not a guaranteed result by any means, particularly as Liverpool are the away side but if you were looking to back Jurgen Klopp’s men on Monday, either or both of these deals could give a seriously good boost to your profits.