Free bets: How to get a £5 every week with dabblebet's Football Weekender
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The online bookmaker is offering all customers the chance to earn a £5 bet when they place two £10 in-play football wagers across the weekend

With an action-packed football schedule this weekend, dabblebet have all your betting needs covered with their Football Weekender promotion.

It’s easy to get involved with and each weekend you take part in earns you a £5 free bet for the next week.

How to qualify for the In-Play Football Weekender

To qualify, simply place two single bets of £10 in cash on in-play football from Friday and Sunday. T&Cs apply and can be found here.

In-Play Football Weekender from dabblebet

Each bet must have minimum odds of 4/5 (1.80) and can be placed on any in-play market. Free bets will be credited by 4pm on Monday and can be used on any football selection with odds of 7/1 (8.0) or shorter.

The free bets will be valid for seven days, so there is plenty of time to use it on the wide variety of football markets that dabblebet offers.

Watch and bet on La Liga and Ligue 1

Even better, you can watch and bet on a variety of leagues around the world thanks to dabblebet’s watch and bet service.

If your account is funded or active (i.e a bet has been placed in the previous 24 hours), you will be eligible to watch the action unfold in leagues such as La Liga and Ligue 1, as well as in the Copa Libertadores and the J-League amongst others.

To watch a match, just look for the logo on the fixture list.

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You don’t have to place a bet on the match you watch, but of course any in-play cash bet of £10 or more will go towards the Football Weekender.

The service is available on desktop, mobile and tablet and features the likes of Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona as they vie for domestic glory.

Head over to dabblebet and check out all the latest odds for this weekend’s matches, as well as the markets you can bet on in-play to get that £5 free bet next week.

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Las Palmas

form

All
CAS 4 - 0 LPM
L
LPM 2 - 0 CAR
W
ALM 3 - 1 LPM
L
LPM 0 - 1 SAB
L
MIR 2 - 0 LPM
L
LPM 2 - 1 LEG
W
MLL 0 - 1 LPM
W
NAV 1 - 0 LPM
L
LPM 1 - 0 ESP
W
LPM 0 - 0 ALC
D
Barcelona

form

All
SEV 0 - 2 BAR
W
BAR 3 - 0 ELC
W
BAR 1 - 1 CAD
D
BAR 1 - 4 PSG
L
BAR 5 - 1 ALA
W
SEV 2 - 0 BAR
L
BET 2 - 3 BAR
W
GRA 3 - 5 BAR
W
BAR 2 - 1 ATH
W
RAY 1 - 2 BAR
W
Head to Head
10 Matches (3 Draws)
0 Total wins 7
0 Home wins 4
0 Away wins 3
Last 5 Matches
0 Wins
1 Draw
4 Wins
LPM 1 - 1 BAR
BAR 3 - 0 LPM
LPM 1 - 4 BAR
BAR 5 - 0 LPM
LPM 1 - 2 BAR
3 Goals Scored 15
Games Over 2.5 Goals 4 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
  • Attack
  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Las Palmas have not won any of their last 13 games against Barcelona in La Liga (D4 L9), losing the last five. It is their longest run without a win against them in the competition.
  2. At home, the Canary side have gone six games without a win against Barcelona in La Liga (D2 L4), this after three home wins in a row against them.
  3. Las Palmas have only lost two of their last six games in La Liga at Gran Canaria stadium (W3 D1), this after losing the previous four.
  4. Barcelona have gone 16 league games away from home without a defeat (W13 D3), keeping clean sheets in nine of them, their longest undefeated run on the road in the competition since January 2013 (18).
  5. Pedro Bigas is the only current Las Palmas player who has found the net against Barcelona in La Liga - he did it in his last game against them in May 2017. 
  6. Luis Suárez has had a hand in at least one goal in his five La Liga games against Las Palmas (six goals, two assists).
  7. Calleri has been directly involved in five of Las Palmas' last six goals at Gran Canaria stadium (three goals, two assists).
  8. Las Palmas are the only La Liga side Lionel Messi has played twice away from home without scoring at least once.
  9. Paco Jémez has lost his eight games as a manager in La Liga against Barcelona, scoring five goals and conceding 36, all of them as Rayo Vallecano's boss.
  10. On the other hand, Ernesto Valverde has only lost once as La Liga manager against Las Palmas (W2 D2), with all four games coming as Athletic's boss.
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