Midweek football is here again with the Capital One Cup and there are some decent offers available from the bookies. Here are the best ones we’ve found.
For Tuesday night’s Midlands derby featuring Aston Villa and Birmingham City, Paddy Power have come up with odds of 8/1 for the Villans to win which isn’t to be sneezed at. It’s for new Paddy Power customers only. Aston Villa V Birmingham is being played at 19:45 Tuesday and there is an added sweetener of £300 in free bets for the rest of the Premier League Season too.
For more about this Paddy offer, see the details by clicking here.
Sky Bet have a price boost for existing or new customers for the Tuesday night matches. 5/1 for Aston Villa, Middlesbrough & Man City to win (was 9/2). You can be sure that Manchester City will be very keen to show that their home loss against West Ham at the weekend was just a blip.
Again, if you’ve already signed up with Sky Bet you can get this acca, as price boosts happen often there, and if you’re a new customer you can get the intro bonus as well.
Click here to see these boosted odds on Sky Bet.
Wednesday night also sees some Premier League teams in action. The most hyped of these takes place at White Hart Lane with Spurs hosting Arsenal, while Manchester United and Chelsea are also in action.
Coral are offering new customers 8/1 for Man Utd & Chelsea both to win in 90 mins (£5 Bet Only) PLUS £20 a Free Bet should your bet lose . Winnings are paid as cash, which is always a plus. This offer is looking to be excellent value, especially considering that the opposition against these two favourites is from the lower leagues.
To claim Coral’s offer on the United and Chelsea double, see offer details which can be found here.
Paddy Power is at it again on Wednesday as well, with a treble offer involving Premier League teams: 16/1 Chelsea, United & Arsenal Treble & money back as a Free Bet if you lose. Of course, Arsenal have to win away at Tottenham which looks to be a fascinating battle. Spurs might just succumb to their rivals after having played a tough game against Crystal Palace on Sunday and having some big matches ahead of them in the Premier League.