Updated: January 2019

Netbet offers you 9/1 for Chelsea to win Arsenal

4 January 2019

For Chelsea this season, talks of winning the Premier league title seem like exaggerated ambitions. The Champions of last season would simply make do with qualifying for the next edition of the Champions League. For the current edition, sneaking past Barcelona who they meet in February is a giant task to ask of them. Thus the Carabao Cup remains one of the best alternative routes to glory this season for Conte.

What more Conte already has a shaky relationship with the Chelsea hierarchy for his outspoken criticism of the club miserable transfer summer window and a shrinking squad. Hence winning this trophy would be a good way to sate the members reassuring them Conte is still right for the job. So, would Chelsea win Arsenal?

Netbet is giving you 9/1 for Chelsea to win Arsenal. Let us look at the offer:

1. Open a new Netbet account with the promo code EFL on the registration page

2. Place a bet of at least £5 for Chelsea to win Arsenal

3. You can bet as much as more than £5, but the free bets you can win peak at £40

4. Netbet will pay your stake at regular odds while enhanced winnings will be paid to you as free bets.

5. Freebets will be paid within 48 hours after the match.

6. Free bets expire in 7 days and must be used in entirety.

7. Also, free bets must be used on matches with minimum odds of 1.5.

8. Offer only open to new customers from the UK.


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