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Ladbrokes go Money Back if Scotland score first v Germany

| 06.09.2014

Scotland’s quest to join European football’s elite at Euro 2016 couldn’t face a more difficult start than with a trip to Germany to face the World Cup winners on their home patch.

But that is what awaits Gordon Strachan’s men this Sunday and Ladbrokes have come up with a cracking offer to accompany the action in Dortmund.

The bookmaker is offering Money Back as a free bet if Scotand score the first goal of the game against the Germans.*

If the Scots can take an early lead we will refund all bets on Correct Score, First Goalscorer and Scorecast Markets up to £25.

It’s not like it’s not happened in the past with Scotland beating the reigning world champions Germany 3-1 back in 1957 and who can forget that memorable 1-0 win, a scorline available at 33/1 to with Ladbrokes, back in 1999?

And after Germany’s defensive display against Argentina in midweek this could be an offer well worth taking up.

With former captain Phillip Lahm and Per Mertesacker both retired from international football, Joachim Low’s side looked shaky at the back as an Angel Di Maria inspired Argentina scored four in Dusseldorf.

Low will certainly look to make a few changes at the back before the clash with Strachan’s men but Scotland, who boast Steven Naismith in their squad, will be looking to test the German defensive resolve early.

Everton striker Naismith has been in excellent form in the early weeks of the Premier League season, scoring against Leicester, Arsenal and Chelsea on the opening three weekends of the season.

Ladbrokes customers will look to 27-year-old to break the deadlock at the Westfalenstadion with a goal that would activate yet another great Money Back deal!

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Oliver Yew