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Red-emption offer is reason to back Man Utd and Liverpool 0-0 draws

| 15.08.2013

Although it is always nice to see goals scored in football matches that are aired live on TV, there is now an even greater reason to place an in-play 0-0 correct scoreline bet in both Premier League openers between Liverpool and Stoke and Swansea and Manchester United.

Ladbrokes are continuing to offer their Red-emption promotion to online and mobile customers, which ensures money back as a free bet on all losing in-play correct scoreline and next scorer bets in all televised TV matches in which a red card is shown.

To get the refund, the bet has to have been placed between kick-off and the moment the red card is handed out. A list of all terms and conditions can be found here.

The start of the Premier League season is as good a time as any to take advantage of such an offer and there are reasons to believe that the opening pair of televised games could both end goalless.

Liverpool tend to run into difficulty breaking down Stoke at Anfield, as three of their last four home games against the opposition have ended 0-0.

Meanwhile, David Moyes saw his Everton side keep a clean sheet in all four Premier League meetings with Swansea.

But, given that Man Utd have only won one of their last four season openers on their travels, Moyes may struggle to secure maximum points in his first league game in charge of the Red Devils.

At present, it is 8/1 that there are no goals at Anfield and 10/1 that Man Utd leave Swansea with a 0-0 draw. Assuming bets are placed within the first five minutes of these respective matches, these prices are unlikely to have changed.

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

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Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.