14/1 on Man United or 15/1 for Spurs to win - 888sport Enhanced Odds!
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14/1 on Man United or 15/1 for Spurs to win - 888sport Enhanced Odds!

Enhanced odds Premier League 1 December 2019 - 4 December 2019

888sport are offering huge odds on this week's Premier League showdown between Manchester United and Tottenham.

Jose Mourinho returns to his former stamping ground on Wednesday night, as he takes his rejuvenated Tottenham Hotspur side to Old Trafford to face the out-of-form Manchester United.

It promises to be an intriguing contest between two clubs who have endured difficult starts to the 2019/20 campaign.

United have stuck with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær up to now, while Spurs pulled the trigger on Mauricio Pochettino in November and have been on an upward trajectory under Mourinho since.

Recent performances might suggest Spurs are favourites, but getting results on the road has been tricky for the North Londoners this term.

Whichever way you think this game will go, 888sport have enhanced odds on either team to win.

The standard price for the Red Devils to emerge victorious is 29/20, but you can get that boosted to 14/1 if you join 888sport.

Similarly, Spurs would normally be priced at 17/10, but those odds have been enhanced at 888sport, where you can grab them at 15/1.

To claim this offer, simply follow the below steps:

  1. Click 'Go To Promotion' and create an 888sport account using the promo code 888ODDS.
  2. Bet £5 on either team to win at the normal odds.
  3. Receive the extra winnings, paid out in free bets.
888sport Enhanced Odds Offer Terms and Conditions
  • New customers only.
  • £10 minimum deposit using promo code "888ODDS" required.
  • Maximum bet is £5.
  • Extra winnings are paid in free bets and added within 72 hours of qualifying bet settlement.
  • Free bets expire 7 days after credit.

Visit 888sport for full T&Cs.

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