Netbet is giving you odds of 8/1 for Tottenham to win Southampton

4 January 2019

By the start of the season, very few would have expected that somewhere along the season Southampton would be embroiled in a relegation battle. But that is the beauty of the English premier league. The uncertainty, the twist. Few also would have expected Burnley to be up there as well. But there they are.

No argument, Southampton is having a very tough time. A very big rough patch that has seen them slid from contention for European spots to the most humiliating of fights just to stay in the league. Next for them is Tottenham, another big mountain to climb. Who would win the encounter? Tottenham or Southampton?

Netbet is giving you odds of 8/1 for Tottenham to win. Let us examine the offer:

1. Open an account with Netbet with the promo code EPL.

2. Make a deposit and stake a single bet of at most £5 for Tottenham to win Southampton.

3. Netbet will pay your qualifying stake at standard prices while additional wins would be paid as free bets.

4. You must use bets in their entirety as they expire 7 days after being credited to your account.

5. Combo or accumulation bets are not included in this promotion.

6. Maximum free bets you can receive peak at £40.

7. It would be important to state that your free bets can only be used in the football market and must be used on matches with minimum odds of 1.50.


Other News
no-deal Brexit

2 September 2019

Tantalizing odds for no-deal Brexit from your favorite bookmakers.

All about Europe, the political sounds are all about Brexit. As the October 2nd deadline draws in, more pressure is piling on both parties t...

Read More
Joshua-Ruiz rematch fight

2 September 2019

Sumptuous odds for the venue of the Joshua-Ruiz rematch fight from Sky Bets

For many, the shock of the year was Andy Ruiz beating Anthony Joshua to the world heavyweight belts. All over the world, Ruiz was completely...

Read More
2nd Brexit referendum

27 August 2019

Exciting odds for 2nd Brexit EU referendum

The issue of the Brexit has been as acrimonious as it can be in the UK. The Brexit has again swallowed the government of Theresa May giving ...

Read More