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Everton and QPR clash a wise place for Threesy punters to start

| 12.04.2013

As Ladbrokes offer another renewal of their Threesy promotion, QPR’s trip to Everton looks a sensible place for mobile punters to start in their bid to benefit.

And as a safety net is provided by the fact that losing correct score bets will be refunded as a free bet if the match ends 3-0, this market should be focused on.

8/1 is available regarding a 1-1 draw, and that outcome appears to have significant chances of occurring, considering such a result has stemmed from the past two meetings of this pairing.

Also, two goals were shared between the Rs and Wigan in Harry Redknapp’s side’s last outing, and it has been the most popular scoreline emanating from their matches this term, happening on six occasions.

The Toffees have participated in five 1-1 stalemates this season also, and as either team has played in matches ending 3-0 during the campaign, the 8/1 odds on a 1-1 draw look worth taking.

Meanwhile, punters could do worse than to look to the Emirates Stadium in order to reap other benefits of the Threesy promotion.

Losing first scorer stakes will be refunded as a free bet should three or more different players find the net for the punters’ selection’s team, which looks highly possible when Arsenal host Norwich.

Six of the Gunners’ past eight league goals have come from different sources, whilst they have registered 18 times in their past five meetings with the Canaries.

That considered, some support may come for 7/2 first scorer favourite Olivier Giroud, who notched in a 4-1 home success over strugglers Reading last time out.

But given that mobile punters will have their first scorer odds trebled should their selection go on to bag a hat-trick after breaking the deadlock, Santi Cazorla could prove a more viable option at 5/1.

Cazorla has notched three times in his past five league appearances, and has already chimed in with a Gunners treble earlier this term, hitting a trio of strikes in an away triumph opposite Reading.

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



John Klee