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Huge price enhancement on a Jamie Vardy record breaker

| 27.11.2015

It seems apt that Jamie Vardy bids to break Ruud van Nistelrooy’s record for most consecutive Premier League games scored in as Leicester take on Manchester United.

The Foxes hitman has bagged in 10 straight games, something only the Dutchman has managed in the modern era.

And as the four-capped England international bids to make it a record in his own right Ladbrokes are offering an exceptional price-boost for new customers.

Sign up to the bookmaker now to take advantage of a price of 4/1 (from 6/4) that Vardy finds the back of the net at Old Trafford.

Just place your bet at the original price, and if it comes in we will top it up with free bets to the value of the enhancement.

What’s more, if the bet is a loser, you will get your money back as a Free Bet!

You can find all the terms and conditions for the offer right here, but here’s why it’s worth backing.

Manchester United might have come in for a bit of stick from their fans for not showing enough attacking instinct, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they have been keeping clean sheets, left-right-and-centre,

In their six of their last eight away fixtures in all competitions Louis van Gaal’s men have failed to keep their opponents out, and with Vardy and Leicester in general – they’ve netted 20 goals in their last nine Premier League matches – that record could continue.

With all of his Foxes team-mates likely to be backing him to break the record, you can be pretty sure that should City be awarded a penalty there’s only one man that will be taking it.

So, take advantage now, sign up to Ladbrokes and get this fantastic enhanced price.

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

Fancy a flutter? Sign up today to claim up to £50 in free bets.



Ben Stones

Ladbrokes News’ equine expert, Ben likes nothing more than studying the form to pick out a winner or two for our readers. A Journalism and Media Studies graduate from the University of Winchester, Ben has previously written for a number of football and racing blogs and websites, as well as contributing to the sports pages of his home-town newspaper.