It was a good night for favourite backers as Arsenal and Manchester City both eased to pretty comfortable victories in the Premier League.
For winning punters at the Etihad, dabblebet's "Both Teams Score, You Win More" promotion triggered some very healthy cash boosts on correct selections.
The promotion is simple, back a first/last goalscorer or correct score pick and if it wins and both teams find the net in that particular match, see an additional 25% added to your winnings in cash, up to £100 per game. No free bets, no rollover requirements, the money is yours to do with as you wish!
Gabriel Jesus was an 11/5 (3.20) chance to open the scoring and he took just 27 minutes to do so. £20 on the 20-year-old Brazil international would have paid out £64 but with dabblebet, the late consolation goal from Hal Robson-Kanu meant that every punter who'd opted in for this offer got an additional 25% added to their winnings, that would have boosted the payout for a £20 stake to £75.
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The 3-1 correct score was priced at 10/1 (11.0) so had you placed £20 on that pick, the usual £220 return would have been upped to £270. That's a huge £50 extra in cash, courtesy of dabblebet.
That wasn't the biggest additional pay out of the night though. With West Brom in poor form in front of goal, Robson-Kanu was as big as 16/1 (17.0) with the same firm to net the last goal in Manchester.
£20 pre-match on the Welsh frontman in the last goalscorer market would have usually paid £340, a fantastic return in itself, but the additional 25% winnings on top meant it was a £420 return.
This offer runs on all Premier League, Champions League and Europa League matches, plus the other top four divisions in England and Scotland, including the play-offs so make sure you opt in ahead of the rest of the week's action.