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Threesy rewards to stem from West Brom and Newcastle bout

| 19.04.2013

Ladbrokes Mobile customers are again afforded added incentives to place a bet on the upcoming round of Premier League fixtures, with the offering of another renewal of our Threesy promotion.

And with punters given the chance to gain losing first scorer stakes as free bets should three or more different players find the net for their selection’s team, focusing on West Brom’s clash with Newcastle seems wise.

In the past seven renewals of acquaintances between these sides, at least three goals have emanated, with four or more strikes emerging from six of those bouts.

With 16 different players notching in these matches also, it seems reasonable to suggest that goals will be provided by a variety of sources at the Hawthorns.

11/2 Papiss Cisse perhaps makes most appeal of potential first scorer candidates however, considering his three strikes in two appearances opposing the Baggies since arriving in England last January.

For the hosts, Shane Long is also 11/2 after bagging in this fixture last term, but on-loan Chelsea frontman Romelu Lukaku may be worth siding with as 9/2 favourite to break the deadlock.

The powerful Belgian is the Baggies’ top scorer with 13 seasonal goals, with one of the penalty specialist’s strikes coming against the Magpies earlier this season.

Meanwhile, as the Threesy promotion sees mobile punters’ first scorer odds trebled should their successful selection go on to bag a hat-trick, it makes sense to side with one of the aforementioned strikers breaking the deadlock.

And as a final incentive to utilise Ladbrokes Mobile facilities, punters would have losing correct score bets on Premier League matches refunded as a free bet should the game in question finish 3-0.

The Toon recorded two victories via this scoreline over the Baggies back in the 2005/2006 season, and are a massive 28/1 to repeat that result again here.

But with both teams registering in the last 10 encounters between this pair, it could pay to indulge in correct score bets on elsewhere fixtures.

With a safety net provided should the match end 3-0 to either side, punting on a 1-1 draw between Swansea and Southampton may prove profitable at 13/2.

Between them, the sides have drawn eight games via this scoreline this term, and shared two goals when crossing swords at St. Mary’s earlier in the season.

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



John Klee