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Threesy promotion makes Norwich and Swansea clash interesting

| 05.04.2013

Another weekend of Premier League action means another renewal of Ladbrokes’ Threesy promotion, in which mobile punters are given added incentives to bet on the top flight.

And in consideration of the benefits provided, Ladbrokes Mobile customers could do worse than focus on Norwich’s meeting with Swansea when placing a bet.

The Canaries’ need for victory is more pressing than the travelling Swans, as they aim to quell relegation fears, but it is certainly worth delving into markets alternative to match betting here.

And in light of four different players registering braces within the past three meetings of these sides, a punt on a first scorer may be a sensible place to start.

Michu notched a double in the reverse fixture earlier in the season, and the 20-goal Spaniard is 11/2 joint favourite to break the deadlock at Carrow Road.

But with first scorer prices trebled should the selection go on to claim a hat-trick, punters could collect returns just short of 17/1 if the imposing forward further builds on his earlier season exploits opposing Norwich.

Meanwhile, the fact that losing first scorer bets will be refunded as a free bet if three different players find the net for your selection’s team is another incentive to punt on this market.

In the past four encounters between this pair, 15 players across both teams have got on the scoresheet, whilst four different Canaries players struck in the Liberty Stadium clash earlier this term.

As such, Grant Holt is perhaps worthy of first-goal consideration at 11/2, also in light of his goal in that match, and brace in this fixture last season.

In order to take advantage of the final leg of Ladbrokes’ Threesy promotion meanwhile, punters may be better served looking elsewhere when placing a correct score bet.

Namely to the Britannia Stadium, where Stoke welcome Aston Villa in what is expected to be a low-scoring affair.

Two goalless draws and two 1-1 stalemates have emerged from the past four meetings of these sides, with those outcomes priced at 7/1 and 11/2 respectively.

Investment in each correct score is advised, with Ladbrokes Mobile customers assured the refunding of their stake should the game surprisingly end 3-0 in either side’s favour.

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



John Klee