Free in-play bet up to £50 on Manchester United-Real Madrid
Los Blancos start this game as favourites despite being held to a 1-1 draw in the first leg, and anyone placing a pre-match punt will get a risk-free offer during the gameAfter a 1-1 draw in the first leg at Bernabeu, Manchester United will feel confident that they have enough to get past Jose Mourinho's side at Old Trafford on Tuesday but los Blancos will be encouraged by their recent results, especially back-to-back victories over Barcelona in the last week.
bet365 offer a free bet up to £50 to all customers who place a pre-match bet on Tuesday's game. The original bet can be placed on any of the 70 markets available ranging from the match result, the correct score or the first player to score.
There's no need to opt in to this promotion, and it's open to both new and existing bet365 customers. Simply place your first bet and once the match kicks off, place an in-play bet up to the same value as your largest pre-match bet, if it losses, then bet365 will refund your account with the stake of the losing in-play bet, up to £50. What's more, if the in-play bet wins, you keep the winnings too.
So whether you're an experienced in-play punter or just wish to try the service out risk free in what should be a highly entertaining match between two of Europe's best teams, Tuesday is the day to do so.
It's simple. If your largest pre-match bet is £10, then you'll be entitled to a risk-free £10 in-play bet, this offer applies up to a maximum of £50.
Real Madrid are currently 13/10 (2.30) favourites to claim victory over 90 minutes and book their place in the quarter finals of the competition. Manchester United are available to back at 19/10 (2.90) while the draw is a 13/5 (3.60) shot.
The bookmakers clearly believe the English side will struggle to contain the Spanish visitors and Sir Alex Ferguson's men are slight outsiders to quality at 11/10 (2.10) while Real Madrid can be backed at 3/4 (1.75). Those odds despite the fact that United will have home advantage as well as knowing they have a potentially vital away goal.
Part of the reason Madrid are so well fancied could be down to their recent performance against Barcelona in the Copa del Rey where they were able to brush aside the Catalan giants 3-1 at Camp Nou.
With betting right up until the 90th minute there are a huge number of opportunities for punters to use their in-play free bet, and what's more, they can do so safe in the knowledge that if their pick is unsuccessful then their stake will be refunded right back into their account.
Anyone without a bet365 account can sign up for one here to ensure they are ready for Wednesday's game, new customers also receive a 100% first deposit bonus up to £200.
|FREE IN-PLAY BET UP TO £50
|bet365 will offer every customer a free in-play to the value of their largest pre-match bet (up to £50) on Real Madrid v Manchester United
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Jim Knight is Betting Editor at Goal.com and has been tipping football games since he was old enough to place a bet. He is a Leicester City fan, writer and member of the We Are Going Up Podcast
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