Great Grand Final Offer on the A-League

If you fancy a first goalscorer flutter on the A-League Grand Final then make sure you wager with Palmerbet.

An amazing A-League season concludes on Sunday when Melbourne Victory or Sydney FC will be crowned the kings of Australian football. It’s a last chance for punters to win some money on the action while the bookmakers are celebrating the decider by providing numerous specials on the Grand Final. Palmerbet’s promotion on the big game is one not to be missed especially if you fancy a first goalscorer flutter.

A-League Offer

Place a first goalscorer bet on the A-League Grand Final and if it loses but the match goes to extra time you’ll be refunded you stake with a free bet. Only your initial opening goalscorer wager is valid for the offer and the free bet will be capped at $100. It doesn’t matter which player you back or whether the game is decided in extra time or by penalties; losing first goalscorers bets will be refunded if it’s all square after normal time.

Couldn’t be Split this Season

Recent history suggests the Grand Final won’t be decided in 90 minutes with Melbourne and Sydney unable to be split in their 3 encounters this season. We’ll forgive their stalemate in round 6 as their other 2 matches have been thrillers. Both goal fests ended 3-3, once at Allianz Stadium and the other at Etihad Stadium.


Finding a First Goalscorer

Archie Thompson opened the scoring against the Sky Blues on his way to a hat-trick in Melbourne while he also scored in the away draw, could he grab his fifth against the Sky Blues this campaign? He’s likely to start from the bench but the 36 year old who scored 5 goals in the 2007 A-League decider may be the man to break a deadlock? That’s if Besart Berisha hasn’t already opened the scoring for the home side. The Albanian has scored his fair share of Grand Final goals and netted the opener in the Victory’s semi. Bernie Ibini opened the scoring in Sydney’s 4-1 rout of the Reds to reach the GF and he’ll be aiming for a similar start on Sunday. And of course there’s the A-League’s Golden Boot winner, Austrian striker Marc Janko hasn’t scored for Sydney in his past 5 matches but there’s no better occasion to break his drought. A goal in the final would take his tally to 17 for the season.

Melbourne and Sydney have both been A-League Champions twice but which side will lift the trophy for a third time? The Grand Final’s first goal could prove crucial for players and punters alike. Sign up with Palmerbet to take advantage of their offer A-League offer and you won’t mind if extra time’s required the match is a draw if your opening goalscorer bet fails.