888Sport 7.0 for Man City and 51.0 for Tottenham to win this weekend encounter

3 January 2019

Who can stop Man City at the moment? That is question wagging across the tongues of premier league lovers across the world. Guardiola men are almost dancing away with the trophy with such technical enormity. The entertainment and goals have not been lacking either and many teams including the title challengers have been picked to pieces with no grain of mercy. Well, one remains: Tottenham.

Pochettino’s men would be hoping to slow down this deafening Man City machine and remind the world the likes of Aguero, Leroy Sane, sterling, Del Bruyne are all still human. The encounter between these comes with such flair and clamor and 88Sport is not letting it go without fetching you some earnings.

88Sport presents new customers with a tasty offer in the Man City Vs Tottenham offer. The odds from 888Sport are amazing and alluring as well. 888Sport is offering a 7.0 for Man City and a baffling 51.0 for Tottenham to win. Let us look at this offer:

1. Open an account with 88Sport with the promo code 888ODDS.

2. Make a minimum deposit of €10 and place at least €5.

3. Qualifying bets will be returned at normal odd while extra winnings will be rewarded as free bets.

4. You would get credited with qualifying bets within 72 hours after your qualifying bet is settled.

5. Free bets are valid for 7 days.



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