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Celtic to beat motherwell odds enhanced to 3/1 for the Scottish premiership clash

Celtic To Beat Motherwell Odds Enhanced


Celtic to beat Motherwell odds enhanced to 3/1

Celtic will fancy their chances of beating Motherwell in the Scottish Premiership this weekend.

As a result the Celtic fans will be keen to back their team on the betting slips. They always are. Consequently the price on a Celtic win should drop as will the handicap prices.

But Betfair have increased the Celtic to beat Motherwell odds for new customers to  3/1. Thats the equivalent of backing them -3 goals on the handicap markets at current prices.

After scoring 4, 5 and 6 goals in their first three home games in the Scottish Premiership this season the Hoops fans will be looking for a magnificent seven. 

Do you think Celtic have what it takes to beat Motherwell? Do you think the Celtic to beat Motherwell odds of 3/1 are worth taking?

There are some terms and conditions to take note of;

  • UK & Irish residents only
  • £10 Max stake
  • Winnings paid in promotional cash

This means you can get up to £30 (as long as Celtic win) in free bets for your £10 original stake. You also get a free bet if your bet loses. And you can get £100 in free bets if you take up other services. You can’t lose with this offer.

Celtic @ 3/1

Want to get the enhanced odds?

How To Get Celtic At 3/1

The first thing you need to do is sign up for a Betfair account. Once there you can make a deposit of £10 to place the bet.

Then you need to place a bet on Celtic to win in the 90 minute result market (WDW/1X2). Remember it must be the first bet you place or you will not get the offer.

Wait for Celtic to win.

You will get your £10 stake back and £30 in free bets to use.

That’s it. Sit back and wait to collect your winnings in free bets. Win or lose.

About the Author Vincent Mulligan

Vincent is the originator of Scottish Football Tips. He has dragged the site kicking and screaming (him not the site) to become the leading tipster site for Scottish Football. Wherever you see the name ‘Fitba Tips’ you’ll know he has left his mark. Not necessarily a good thing.

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