Manchester United take on Spanish giants Barcelona in the early hours of Thursday morning, in what is the last leg of their tour across the United States. Due to the stature of the occasion, with the duo among the most successful teams in European football history, there is expected to be a whole host of bets placed upon the match. As part of the International Champions Cup, United take on Barca at the FedEx Field in Washington, having already defeated Manchester City and Real Madrid over the past seven days.
Despite the fact that they are taking on one of Europe’s best teams, the form shown by Jose Mourinho’s men has suggested that they could well pull off another success against Barcelona.
The likes of Romelu Lukaku, Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford have all shone for United so far on the tour, with United having found the back of the net with regular ease.
As a result, placing a bet on United to come out on top could well be lucrative. There is no better place to do so that as Ladbrokes, with the popular bookmakers offering an enhanced odds boost surrounding the match.
Ladbrokes Boost: Man Utd to win & both teams to score was 5/1 NOW 11/2
Those looking to place a bet on United to win should certainly consider taking advantage of this offer from Ladbrokes, with the Red Devils having not yet lost a single match stateside to date this summer. In order get involved, log in or sign up at Ladbrokes today, before heading to their promotions section on their sportsbook.
With a maximum stake of £50 available, there are not a great deal of terms and conditions that must be met with this promotion. Available right up until kick-off on Thursday morning, there is still plenty of time to take advantage.
Winning bets must come during the opening 90 minutes, with any potential penalty shootout not qualifying as part of this offer. Winning bets will be paid out as normal by Ladbrokes upon the market being settled, with general football betting rules still relevant.
All that is required is for United to win against Barcelona in 90 minutes, as well as both teams scoring at least one goal. Given the amount of goals that have already been scored during the competition, this is certainly a likely outcome if United can continue their fine form during pre-season.