Celtic travel to Norway this evening as they bid to reach the play-off stage of the Champions League. Brendan Rodgers’ men could only manage a goalless draw at Celtic Park last week, making the second leg too close to call. The Scottish champions are still the favourites for the clash with the majority of bookmakers, with many punters expected to place bets on the match before kick-off. Celtic, who went the whole of last season unbeaten in the Scottish Premier League, are a team for the big occasion, with their opponents having consistently failed to reach the latter stages of the Champions League over recent years.
Popular bookmakers Ladbrokes are offering a significant price boost for the match, with backing Celtic to win and both teams to score now sitting at odds of 4/1, having formally been at 18/5. With the match kicking off at 7.45pm on Wednesday 2nd August, there is still time to back the Scottish giants to make it through to the next stage of the competition. For those looking to take advantage of this offer, let’s take a closer look at the promotion from Ladbrokes.
Ladbrokes: Celtic to Win & Both Teams to Score at 4/1
Price boosts are one of the most attractive forms of promotion found at Ladbrokes, with Champions League matches having already featured heavily so far this season. Despite both teams having failed to score in Glasgow last week, the attacking talent on display in Norway means that goals are almost guaranteed.
There is no maximum stake involved with this bet, with any winnings being paid out in full, rather than in the form of free bet tokens. As a result, placing a bet using this offer could well set you up perfectly for the start of the domestic football season across Europe, with betting opportunities set to increase dramatically.
Simply log in or sign up at Ladbrokes before kick-off tonight, before heading to their promotions page. Having placed a bet on this offer, sit back and enjoy the action, in the hope that Brendan Rodgers’ men come out on top, with both teams finding the back of the net at the Lerkendal Stadion.