Betfair Offer: Get 50/1 Man Utd To Beat Real Madrid

Betfair have a fantastic offer available for new customers this week, with the site offering odds of 50/1 on Manchester United to beat Real Madrid on Sunday. The offer is only available to new customers and there is a maximum stake limit of £1 with all winnings being paid in free bets. The free bets are then valid for 7 days after the pay-out and if left unused after the 7 days they will be lost.

Only your first bet placed on the event will be eligible for the offer at the enhanced price and exchange or multiple bets are not included in this promotion. To take advantage of this great offer all you need to do is sign up on the Betfair website, deposit funds into your account using credit/debit cards or PayPal and then you will see the offer on the homepage.

50_1 Offer Betfair Manu beats Real

Manchester United have looked strong in pre-season so far with victories over Real Salt Lake and LA Galaxy setting them up well for their U.S. Tour. Things are about to get more serious for the Red Devils though as they take on Manchester City in Houston before their game against Real Madrid at The Levi’s Stadium on Sunday.

One player who will miss these two games is Juan Mata after the Spanish midfielder picked up an ankle injury in the victory over Real Salt Lake. New boys Romelu Lukaku and Victor Lindelof will be expected to start for Manchester United though as Jose Mourinho seeks to find his best XI in pre-season.

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Fig.: Odds Real Madrid vs. Manchester United Betfair

Cristiano Ronaldo will miss the game for Real Madrid against his old club after being given an extended rest following his involvement in this summers Confederations Cup with Portugal, but Real Madrid are still expected to field a star studded line up for the clash in Santa Clara, California on Sunday.

The reigning European and Spanish champions have yet to play a game in pre-season, so the 50/1 odds for Manchester United to emerge victorious look great considering the English giants will have played three times before Sunday’s clash.

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