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Ladbrokes won’t be bettered on Man United to beat Spurs

| 07.08.2015

After a summer which offered little that compares to Premier League action the relief and excitement about the top flight’s return is palpable.

And Ladbrokes is adding to the sense of occasion with a timely offer for anyone who thinks a re-invented Manchester United will get off to a winning start in the season’s curtain raiser with Tottenham.

United were fair from the swashbuckling best seen under Sir Alex Ferguson last season, but Louis van Gaal managed to shake off the stink of the David Moyes’ era with a fourth place finish and a 3-0 Old Trafford win over the Lilywhites was one of the highlights of that improved campaign.

Throw in the arrivals of Bastian Schweinsteiger, Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay plus the return of Wayne Rooney to his favoured central striker role and it could spell more trouble for Mauricio Pochettino’s travelling side.

And to make sure punters don’t miss out on a chance to cash in on this new-look United side, the bookmaker will be top price on a home win from 8am until the lunchtime kick-off game is underway.

This means that our price will not be bettered by any of our main rivals during this golden period. For all terms and conditions check here.

That’s not all though! While United may be the 4/6 favourites to win Spurs still boast the prolific Harry Kane in attack.

Those who fancy the Englishman to continue his streak at Old Trafford needn’t miss out though, with Ladbrokes boosting a United win with both sides to score from 9/4 to 3/1.

And for those who think Kane and co. can go one better and put United to the sword, the away win with both sides netting will also be boosted from 8/1 to a whopping 10/1.

Lunchtime kick-offs and a trio of cracking offers – the Premier League season really is back!

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

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.