Free Bets and an Extra Place on the Cesarewitch!

There’s some cracking racing coming up this weekend and bet365 customers can be sure of getting extra value for their money.


Saturday’s Cesarewitch Handicap is run over a marathon trip of two miles and two furlongs with a maximum field of 35 set to go to post. It’s not quite the lottery it sounds with several fancied runners obliging in recent years – the biggest winning SP in the last 10 years has been 16/1. This year, all the money has been for Askar Tau, bet365's current 9/2 favourite, and Gee Dee Nen (13/2), the mount of Frankie Dettori. Of course, with so many runners, it pays to have an each way bet and the good news for punters is that bet365 are offering an extra place on the race – ¼ odds, 1.2.3.4.5!
Click here to bet on the Cesarewitch and, if you’re a new bet365 customer, qualify for up to £100 in free bets.


What’s more, back any single winner at 4/1 or more in any race televised live on Channel 4 this weekend and bet365 will give you a free bet to the same stake on the next live Channel 4 race. So, have £50 on the 3.25 race at Cheltenham and, if it wins at 4/1 or bigger, receive a £50 free bet on the Cesarewitch (due off 3.50pm). Saturday’s Champion Stakes (3.10pm) could be the last time we see Derby Winner New Approach on a racecourse – bet365 make him a 5/4 shot to go out with a win. He will take all the beating but he’s not been at his best in his most recent races and the French challenger Russian Cross has been well-backed with bet365 (11/2 to 4/1) to topple the favourite. Back him for free by registering with bet365 and placing one qualifying bet of £5 or more. You will then be entitled to a free bet to the same stake (up to £25), with another £75 free bets to be earned in much the same way. Click here to register with bet365 and bet on this weekend’s racing.
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Premiership prediction

"Big Four" all to win for odds 5/2 = 3.50 decimal, click here! Saturday sees the Premier League’s ‘Big Four’ (Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool) all in action and Sky Bet (click here) are offering a wide range of special markets on the titans of the top flight, including odds on which team will score most goals, with Manchester United, who entertain West Brom, 6/5 favourites. It’s 5/2 for all four clubs to win their respective games on Saturday, 5/1 for them all to keep a clean sheet and 5/6 for them to concede fewer than 2.5 goals in total. 5/6 is offered for the ‘Big Four’ to score a combined total of over 9.5 goals.

After winning four of their first five games, Arsenal’s campaign has since stuttered, with a defeat to Premier League newcomers Hull and a draw with Sunderland. Sky Bet are offering odds on which club will be next to beat the Gunners and make Everton 17/2 to take three points on Saturday. It’s 1/2 for Arsene Wenger’s men to end the season potless. Reigning champions Manchester United currently lie 8th in the league but Sky Bet still quote 1/2 for the ‘Big Four’ to occupy the top four places in the table at season-end (6/4 not to). Manchester United are 14/1 to defend both their domestic and European titles this term. Divisional pacesetters Chelsea are 6/1 to achieve the Premier League and Champions League double. Didier Drogba has announced that he is now settled at Stamford Bridge and Sky Bet make him 4/7 still to be a Chelsea player at the start of next season.
Liverpool, who have made their best start to a season since 1996, are 125/1 to do the quadruple with Sky Bet. The Reds entertain Wigan on Saturday and Sky Bet quote 6/1 for Emile Heskey to join Liverpool during the January transfer window, following rumours that the England forward is poised to make a surprise return to the club.

World Chess championship: Anand v Kramnik

Excellent betting opportunity for the fans of world-class chess! The 2008 World Chess Championship takes place in Germany from 14th October to 2nd November. The 12 games event between Anand and Kramnik was expected to be very balanced and after the first two games, this expectation proved to be very true, as both games ended draw. The defending champion is the 38 year old Anand, who won the title in 2007 in Mexico City. His opponent is Kramnik (33) who won the unified title in 2006. The odds slightly favourizing Anand.

Hamilton top favourite

Hamilton's odds 5/1 =6.00 decimal to win championship in China. Lewis Hamilton goes into this weekend’s penultimate GP with a five point lead in the Drivers’ Championship standings and can take the title in China if he scores six points more than Felipe Massa.

Sky Bet has opened a book on how the Drivers’ Championship will be won and quote 5/1 for Hamilton to clinch it on Sunday. It’s 4/7 for the Brit to seal victory in the last race in Brazil, 5/2 for Massa to win the Championship on home soil in São Paulo and 20/1 for Robert Kubica, currently trailing Hamilton by 12 points, to pull off a shock title victory in Brazil. Sky Bet Odds: How will the title be won? Hamilton in Brazil 4/7, Massa in Brazil 5/2, Hamilton in China 5/1, Kubica in Brazil 20/1. F1 Drivers Championship 2008 odds: Hamilton 2/7, Massa 5/2, Kubica 20/1.

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