Ladbrokes Money Back Offer On Melbourne Dogs Do Or Die NRL Final
September 11, 2014
Melbourne will host Canterbury in the opening week one of the NRL finals and it’s season over for the loser. Ladbrokes have a special offer on the match which will ensure punters hope for a close game.
The Bookmaker which offers up to $250 in free bets to new customers will refund losing head to head wagers on your selection in the Melbourne versus Bulldogs elimination final if the team loses by 6 points or less. The max refund is $50 and is only offered on 1 bet per person.
The Bulldogs and Storm both weren’t assured finals football heading into the last regular round of the season. But Melbourne did Canterbury a favour on Friday night beating Brisbane and ensuring both teams would make the top 8. That’s despite the Dogs dismal display against The Titans in an 18-19 loss on the Gold Coast. Canterbury finished seventh, one place below their opponents.
Melbourne, Queensland and Australian Captain Cameron Smith has stolen the headlines leading up to the elimination final. The hooker injured his ankle against the Broncos and cruising around on crutches isn’t a good sign. However Smith was named in Craig Bellamy’s 17 man side despite the coach only rating him a 50-50 chance of playing. That mean’s he’ll play according to Bellamy’s counterpart, with Bulldogs Boss Des Hasler adamant Smith will start. Hasler is preparing his troops to face a team with Smith in the do or die clash.
The Bulldogs belted the Storm 40 – 12 in round 4 in a one sided match in Sydney, but it was their second win over Melbourne that will give the underdogs confidence and have punters very interested in Ladbrokes money back offer. The Dogs beat the Victorians in what can only be described as a grind at AAMI Park 6-4, in round 18. That’s right goal kicking proved the difference as both side’s only managed 1 try each, with defence dominating in the match.
A similar loss for either team in this game would mean money back for punters who backed them head to head on Ladbroke’s market. With the pair’s last close encounter in mind punters may be swayed to back their side expecting at least a tight finish.
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