Money back if Newcastle v Man Utd ends 0-0

Newcastle United hosts Manchester United at St James’ this Wednesday, March 4th in an important English premier League match. The Red Devils need all three points to secure their fourth-place standing and Newcastle also could do with them if they hope to make the Europa League. Newcastle is in the bottom half of the table need some wins to climb upwards.

Newcastle United has numerous injuries to crucial players such as Cabella, Dummet, De Jong, and Elliot. The good news is that full-back Haidara is expected to play. For Man United, David De Gea is expected to play in goal on Tyneside even though he’s not 100 per cent. Defenders Luke Shaw and Phil Jones could be back in the squad along with striker Robin van Persie. This is the 158th overall game these two clubs all competitions.

Man United has won 79 matches so far with Newcastle taking 41 and the other 38 ending in a draw. Newcastle has 31 of their wins at home with Man United wining 29 at St. James’. Over at William Hill you can get first goalscorer insurance on your wager if your chosen scorer doesn’t bag the first goal of the match, but scores the second. If this happens you’ll have your bet refunded. In addition, you can protect yourself against a 0-0 draw by making your wager with bet365. If this match or any other happens to end in a 0-0 draw you’re covered by the bet365 Bore Draw Money Back promotion. This means if the game finishes 0-0 and you’ve bet on any other result, you’ll receive your money back.

To take advantage of this offer you just need to place a pre-match Scorecast bet or wager on the halftime/fulltime result, or correct score. If your bet loses and the game ends 0-0, bet365 will refund your wager. Of course, you can always bet on a 0-0 draw anyway. Also, you don’t have to strictly be a Premier League fan to take advantage of this offer either as it stands for any of bet365’s football matches. This means you can guarantee yourself from 0-0 draws in all of the top leagues such as the German Bundesliga, Spanish La Liga and Italian Serie A.

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