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Get involved in the Championship play-off final with a free bet

| 30.05.2011

It’s the only game in football where the prize fund outweighs the betting, but with a Championship play-off free bet available, new customers to Ladbrokes.com are on to a winner.

Reading and Swansea will take to the hallowed Wembley turf on Monday to compete for a place in the world’s greatest football league in a game worth an estimated £90m to the winner.

For one club it presents a chance to return to the big time, for the other it presents the opportunity to inspire a nation and you can guarantee that there will be plenty of nerves on show today.

To claim your Championship play-off final free bet just enter promo code FB30 when signing up here and prepare to be involved in an historic occasion.

Swansea are the slight favourites at 8/5 with Reading available at 13/8 to win in the 90 minutes, but considering the Swans are unbeaten against the Royals in their last five matches, the Swans look great value.

Three of those five matches have been wins and the real value looks backing either side to win after extra-time or on penalties.

Swansea are 10/1 to win after extra-time or 10/1 to win via penalties and Reading are priced the same.

All of the past three cup ties between the two have been won by Reading in extra-time which isn’t great news for fans of the Swans.

But considering Brendan Rogers’ side completed the double over the Royals this season, his squad will arrive at Wembley in confidence.

It’s sure to be a tight and tense affair with so much at stake, but liven the game up with a free Championship play-off final free bet and then sit back and watch two quality teams fight it out for a place in the best league in the world.

A £10 stake on Shane Long scoring first and Reading winning 2-1 would return £460. New customers can sign up here to take advantage of a free bet worth up to £30.



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.