Brazil continue their World Cup campaign on Friday afternoon when they take on Costa Rica in Group E, with the South American giants being the firm favourites to claim all three points at the Saint Petersburg Stadium. Tite’s men were held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland in their opening match of the tournament, meaning that Brazil are likely to be hugely motivated for victory when they take to the field against Costa Rica. The match is expected to attract a substantial number of bets, with bookmaker Ladbrokes having introduced an attractive promotion surrounding this World Cup clash. For those interested in taking advantage of this offer, let’s take a closer look at the details surrounding it.
The latest offer from Ladbrokes is only available to those registering a new account on their sportsbook, with odds of 40/1 available after doing so on Brazil to claim all three points against Costa Rica on Friday. With the likes of Neymar Jr, Philippe Coutinho and Willian likely to feature for the World Cup favourites, three points is definitely expected from Brazil. For those interested, let’s take a closer look at the terms and conditions surrounding this latest offer from Ladbrokes.
Ladbrokes New Customer Offer: Terms & Conditions
Due to the nature of this offer, only those registering a new account at Ladbrokes are able to take advantage. However, given the constant football offerings on their platform, their sportsbook could well be new platform for you both throughout the World Cup, as well as for the new domestic campaign. Odds of 40/1 are well worth taking advantage of, even though a maximum stake of just £1 is allowed, as with similar promotions of this nature.
For those looking to take advantage, sign up at Ladbrokes before kick-off at 13:00 on Friday afternoon, before making an initial deposit of £5 via mobile or online. Having done so, new customers will be able to utilise odds of 40/1 from Ladbrokes for Brazil to beat Costa Rica, with a maximum £1 stake.
So what are you waiting for? Register with Ladbrokes today, before backing Neymar Jr and Co to help register the first three points of the competition for Tite’s men.