Updated: January 2019

Ladbrokes dazzles with 33/1 for Celtic to win Partick Thistle

4 January 2019

Celtic is enjoying a good ride in the Scottish Premier League. Rodgers is doing a great job separating Celtic very far in the league in class, creating a voluminous gap between them and their contenders. Celtic face Partick Thistle next. Would they win?

Hey, don’t be too quick to say yes in the hope that Celtic’s consistency would continue. In football, the only thing consistent is surprise. Thus it would be not too unexpected for Partick Thistle to pull a quick one on Celtic as the underdogs (Partick Thistle) could snatch a point from the match – worse still, they can snatch the three points.


However, if you think Celtic will win, then you have a jolly 33/1 from Ladbrokes. Let us look at the offer:


  1. Open new account online or mobile with Ladbrokes via the promo code F50.


2 Now, you can make a deposit of a minimum £/€5, and bet £1 for the match at the enhance market.


  1. If Celtic wins Partick Thistle you have staked, your qualifying stake will be paid at normal odds in cash while you will be fulfilled the enhanced prices in form of free bets.


  1. Should the end goalless in 90 minutes or Partick Thistle wins, Ladbrokes will give you free bets of £5.


  1. Your free bets will be credited to your account within a period of 24 hours.


  1. Free bets expire after a period of 7 days.


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