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Money Back: Ladbrokes to refund losing Man United v Liverpool bets

| 11.09.2015

Manchester United host Liverpool at Old Trafford in arguably the biggest game of the season so far this weekend and Ladbrokes is adding to the sense of occasion with another generous offer.

The bookmaker is offering Money Back up to £25 for anyone who is unlucky enough to see their bets lose if both teams score. *

So if both teams find the back of the net, as they have done in seven of the last 11 competetive meetings, Ladbrokes will refund losing Match Result, Correct Score, First Goalscorer and Half Time/Full Time bets.

And with the match taking place in front of the Sky Sports cameras there’s even the chance to get in on the bookmaker’s Sharp Shooter promotion, which offers double the odds on First Goalscorer bets if the opener is scored in the first 25 minutes of the game.**

Take Saturday’s favourite to score first – Wayne Rooney – for example. At 9/2 a £25 bet on the England record breaker to net first against Liverpool would return a healthy £137.50, but if the United captain scores the opener inside 25 minutes Ladbrokes will pay out at 9/1 meaning a return of £250 and even if the bet fails to cop punters will get their £25 stake back if both sides score!

With all that in mind though, the 7/1 on Juan Mata could prove a shrewd move, with the Spaniard netting three goals in his last two games against Liverpool – including a sublime volley last season.

For Liverpool though it is Christian Benteke who looks the pick of the bunch, having scored in his last two games against United – albeit for Aston Villa,

The giant Belgian looks great value at 6/1 and if anyone is going to silence the Stretford End the Reds new boy looks best equipped.

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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.