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Matchday betting guide

PUBLISHED

07:50 28th December 2012

BetButler mobile app and £25 club voucher offer now available!

BET Butler have signed up Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock to endorse the benefits of betting with the Official Betting Partner of wba.co.uk. 

And he’s got plenty to shout about, as they have this week launched a new club-branded website and mobile app especially for Albion fans. 

The new service still brings fans the best available odds from more than 60 worldwide bookmakers via one account and also gives you the chance to support the Baggies financially with every bet you place at wba.betbutler.co.uk.

That means you can show your love for the club this weekend by backing the boys for victory at evens, while new Bet Butler customers can also claim a £25 voucher to spend at the club by placing five £10 bets at odds of evens or bigger. 

The Baggies are 10/1 to record their third successive Barclays Premier League victory in Saturday’s trip to Manchester United. 

The scoreline in Albion’s last three triumphs has been 2-1 and Steve Clarke’s outfit are 35-1 to win by that margin at Old Trafford.

It’s North London versus the North East in both of Saturday’s televised games, as first up 23/20 Tottenham Hotspur head to Sunderland (29/10) targeting a fourth straight clean sheet and a sixth win in eight. Arsenal (4/9) then play host to Newcastle (7/1) in the evening kick-off with The Gunners having enjoyed a Boxing Day break while Newcastle were pushing Man United to the limit.

Sunday’s matches also catch the eye and if you team up revitalised Chelsea (8/5) to win at Everton (2/1), Liverpool (evens) to bounce back with victory at QPR (16/5), you could turn a £10 stake into more than £50!

To claim your £25 Club Voucher, register a Bet Butler account today, place your bets and email enquiries@betbutler.co.uk once complete to request your voucher. You will receive it in the post within 14 days, free to spend it on tickets, team shirts or club merchandise as you please! 

*Odds correct at time of writing

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