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Threesy punters could do worse than focus on Arsenal clash

| 28.03.2013

With plenty of Premier League betting opportunities available over the Easter weekend, there are added incentives for Ladbrokes Mobile customers to place a bet on the top-flight action.

These come from the re-introduction of our Threesy promotion, which provides a number of benefits for those betting through their phone.

And with one of these advantages being that losing first scorer bets are refunded as a free bet if three different players find the net for your selection’s team, Arsenal’s meeting with Reading looks a good place for punters to start.

The two sides have squared off twice previously this season, with 19 goals and 13 different scorers sensationally emerging from those two clashes.

Furthermore, at least three different Gunners players found the net in five of Arsenal’s seven matches opposite the Royals within the past decade.

So with the hosts heavily favoured to triumph at the Emirates, Arsene Wenger’s charges appear well worth backing in first scorer markets.

Theo Walcott will sit out the game with a pelvic injury, and so Olivier Giroud is afforded 7/2 favouritism to break the deadlock.

The Frenchman, who has struck 15 times in all competitions this term, has already registered against Reading earlier in the season, and will operate as the focal point of the Gunners attack here.

Meanwhile, as an added incentive to select a first scorer, Ladbrokes Mobile punters will be paid out at treble that player’s price to net the opener, should they then go on to hit a hat-trick.

Santi Cazorla managed to bag a treble in the reverse league fixture earlier in the campaign, and is 6/1 to notch first in this bout, meaning a repetition of circumstances would reward punters to the tune of 18/1 if he was to grab the opener.

And as a final incentive to utilise Ladbrokes Mobile facilities, punters who place losing correct score bets by this means will have their stakes refunded as a free bet should the match in question finish with a 3-0 scoreline.

With that safety net in place, backing Manchester United to beat Sunderland 1-0 at 13/2 appears a solid investment.

United have won to nil in three of their last four meetings with the Mackems, and prevailed via a 1-0 result in two of the past three encounters of the sides.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



John Klee