Captain Clarke Could Prove Pivotal for Punters throughout the Ashes

Back Australia during the Ashes and if they don't win Captain Clarke could do patriotic punters a favour.

Augh the Ashes! The wait for the best kind of cricket is almost over! Australia and England will go to battle a matter of days and the excitement is building. It’s been 18 months since our Aussies annihilated the Poms 5 nil on home soil, now it’s time to retain the urn in the UK. For those backing the Baggy Green, you should wager with Palmerbet because the bookmaker has an Ashes Offer on every Test.

Ashes Refund if Australia Lose

Back Australia to win in any of the 5 Tests and if they lose, but Michael Clarke gets a century in the match you’ve wagered on, you’ll be refunded. The refund will be in the form of a free bet, equal to your stake, up to $100. Your first Australia Win bet on each match will be refunded, as long as the Aussies are defeated and Captain Clarke cracks a ton in either innings during the game you’ve punted on. 

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Clarke can be Patriotic Punters’ Saviour

We all want Australia to win 5 zip again which might even persuade us to have a patriotic punt on the Aussies each match. But even if Australia lose, Palmerbet clients can still call on Clarkey for a favour. The 34 year old has scored a quarter of his 28 centuries against the old enemy including 3 since 2013. He’s also scored 3 of his 7 hundreds against England on English soil. So Clarke could just be the man to help punters out if the Aussies aren’t at the top of their game.

Palmerbet have plenty of Ashes markets for the first Test up already and Clarke is paying $2.40 to hit a half century in the first innings. If he doubles that score Palmerbet Clients can somewhat relax for the rest of the match knowing that at the very worst they’ll be getting their stake back as a free bet. And if he doesn’t reach triple figures early in the match… well there’s always the second innings. But there’s no need to worry because our Aussies will win the Ashes opener with ease right? They’re paying just under even money to take a lead into the second Test while England are over $4 to start the series with a win.