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Ladbrokes best bets has brought in £466.68 profit in February

| 15.02.2011

We’re just two weeks into February but it’s already been a profitable month for readers of Ladbrokes news.

Valentines Day may have hit the wallet hard, but following our best bets service could see that wallet regain some of its strength.

34 bets into the month we’re on 16 winners and £466.68 of profit – the Ladbrokes news free tipping service is on fire and our best bets feature is in the form of its life.

Over the past 14 days we have placed £10 stakes on 34 bets and highlights include tipping Man Utd to beat Aston Villa 3-1 at 9/1, Brentford to beat Exeter 2-1 at 10/1 and Chris Ashton at 5/1 to score the first try in the England vs Italy match.

But the real highlight came yesterday when for the first time since the inaugural Ladbrokes news article way back in June, we put a horse in the best bets feature and Pret A Thou duly obliged at 8/1 in the 4.20 at Catterick.

Punters wishing to take advantage of our free tipping service can do so just by visiting the site each day to follow our three top bets of the day.

New customers to Ladbrokes.com can use a free £25 bet by signing up here to take advantage of our best bets feature, and you can also follow us on Twitter @Ladbrokesnews for regular updates on the week’s best sporting betting news.

With the Cheltenham Festival fast approaching – just four weeks to go – punters will be able to find horses appearing more regularly in the best bets feature as the Festival draws nearer.

Our 16 winning bets have returned at an average of 3/1, but today could see that change with a 25/1 shot tipped in the AC Milan vs Spurs match – fully justified here!

You can see a full list of our 16 winners at the bottom of the page but in the meantime take advantage of our good form.

A £25 stake on Birmingham and Newcastle drawing 1-1 would return £162.50. New customers can sign up here for a free bet worth £25.

Man Utd beat Villa 3-1 – 9/1
Arsenal beat Everton 2-1 – 7/1
Bolton beat Wolves – 5/6
Liverpool beat Stoke 2-0 – 6/1
England beat Wales by 1-10 points – 7/4
Cardiff beat Swansea – 9/4
Brentford beat Exeter 2-1 – 10/1
Bury beat Stockport – 11/10
England beat Denmark – 6/5
Scotland beat Northern Ireland – 5/4
Burton beat Chesterfield – 15/8
Ashton scored 1st try against Italy – 5/1
Man Utd beat Man City 2-1 – 7/1
Gijon and Barca produced under 2.5 goals – 7/1
Daniel Sturridge scored against Everton – 13/8
Pret Au Thou won the 4:20 at Catterick – 8/1



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.