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Tevez goals key to hefty Ladbrokes Mobile payout

| 26.04.2013

Another weekend of Premier League action means another renewal of Ladbrokes’ Threesy promotion, offering a number of incentives for punters to place a bet via their mobile phone.

And it would appear wise to focus on Manchester City’s televised clash with West Ham in order to maximise the potential of activating these benefits.

Ladbrokes Mobile customers will have their odds trebled should they correctly predict the first goalscorer in any Premier League match, if that player goes on to net a hat-trick.

Therefore, investment in Carlos Tevez to break the deadlock against his former club at 3/1 could set punters on their way towards a 9/1 payout.

Tevez has bagged eight goals in his last 10 appearances across all competitions, with an Etihad Stadium treble included in those strikes.

The fact that he opened the scoring in his only start opposing the Hammers at this ground should instill further confidence in his chances, as should his going on to notch a brace in that game.

Meanwhile, correct score punters can also bet with confidence upon this game, safe in the knowledge that their losing stake will be refunded as a free bet should the match end with a 3-0 scoreline.

Both of City’s 3-0 successes this term have come on their own patch, so with that safety net in place, some may be inclined to take the 13/2 price about a 1-0 home triumph.

Such a result has been the Citizens’ joint most popular this term, occurring on four occasions, with three of those games being played at the Etihad.

A 3-0 home victory in which Tevez notches first would be an ideal scenario, with that scorecast priced at 16/1, but mobile punters could look elsewhere to gain from the third and final Threesy incentive.

Losing first scorer stakes will be refunded as a free bet if three or more players register for the selection’s team in Premier League fixtures, and Goodison Park may be a sensible port of call for profit-making means.

At least three different players have found the net in each of the last five meetings between Everton and Fulham, so with that insurance policy in place, a longshot chance may be worth a punt in first scorer betting.

Set-piece specialist Leighton Baines is a big 14/1 to break the deadlock with his eighth goal of the season.

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



John Klee