Money back if Man Utd and Cambridge Utd draw 0-0 again

Manchester United and Cambridge United are all set to do battle again as the two sides will meet at Old Trafford in their fourth-round English FA Cup replay on Tuesday, February 3. The Premier League side and fourth-tier Division Two Club met just over a week ago at the Abbey Stadium in Cambridge and played to a 0-0 draw. If the match ends 0-0 again after 90 minutes then bettors at William Hill can get their wagers back in the sportsbook’s Bore Draw Insurance Money Back 0-0 promotion.

If this game or any other football contest you bet on ends 0-0, then William Hill will refund losing Correct Score and Double Result wagers on that game as a free bet. The offer applies to single, real-money pregame wagers with the maximum free wager being 50 pounds/euros. Wagers can be made via text, internet, or mobile system and must be placed by residents of Ireland or the UK. Click here for full terms and conditions.

When the two sides met 10 days ago Man United was a full 76 positions above Cambridge with Cambridge being the lowest ranked club left in the FA Cup. Man United go into the game after a 3-1 home win over Leicester City in a league match on Saturday and are now third in the Premier League. They’ve lost just once in their past 15 matches in all competitions, which was a recent home defeat to Southampton. Manchester will be without Englishmen Ashley Young and Michael Carrick as they’re out with injuries.

Cambridge hasn’t won since facing Man United as they were beaten on Saturday 3-2 at Luton Town. They’re now 14th in League Two and are 79 positions behind their famous opponents in the standings for this replay. They’ve played 27 league matches and have 36 points along with just three clean sheets away from home. Cambridge will be missing Liam Hughes as he was injured in the first meeting and Harrison Dunk is also out with an injury. Each team has three wins, two draws and a loss in their past six outings.

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