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Finally, the international break is over, and the Premier League is back this weekend with some cracking games. All attentions will be on Jose Mourinho’s debut as Tottenham manager against West Ham. Can Special One be Special again after all his problems with the Red Devils?
We have some massive fixtures to look forward to in what is set to be a Premier League weekend to remember. Black Friday is also coming up so make sure you take advantage of some great offers. 888Sport have decided to launch a massive Black Friday welcome offer where you can get up to £40 in free bets.
888Sport’s Welcome Offer Explained
OK, this is how it works. First of all, you need to open a new account with 888Sport by clicking here. When opening a new account, make sure you are using the promo code ‘FOOTBALL’ on your first deposit. After that, place a £10 bet on any market that have odds of at least 1/2 (1.5). You will get your bonus once the bet has settled.
This offer is an upgrade to the usual welcome offer of £30 that 888Sport are running. Make sure you take advantage of this Black Friday promotion while it is still available.
Terms and Conditions – What Are The Most Important Things To Know?
This offer is valid until December 2nd and bets would have to be placed at odds of 1/2 (1.5) or more. Once you have registered, you will have 90 days to place your bets while the free bet tokens would have to be used within 7 days of being issued. The offer is not valid if you deposit via Paypal, Paysafe, Neteller and Skrill.
Where should I use my free bets?
There are plenty of opportunities to use the free bets this weekend. The Premier League is back and surely Jose Mourinho’s return to management with Tottenham is a massive highlight. Can he manage to turn Spurs’ season around? The first answer will be on Saturday’s lunchtime when he makes the trip to West Ham.
Attentions will also be in the clash between Arsenal and Southampton. Both Unai Emery and Ralph Hassenhuttl are at risk while Liverpool face a potential ‘banana-skin’ trip to Crystal Palace without the likes of Salah and Robertson.
The late kick-off of the day is the clash between Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City and Chelsea. The defending champions will be looking to bounce back from their 3-1 defeat suffered against Liverpool. Surely it won’t be an easy task also considering that Chelsea are in great form.
On Sunday, Manchester United will host Sheffield United at Old Trafford. The Blades have had a great start to their season and are currently sitting two positions above Solksjaer’s men in the Premier League table. The last match of the weekend will be Aston Villa vs Newcastle. Some great few days, right?