Published on September 6th, 2017 | by Ian John

Celebrate the Return of the Champions League With a Bet365 Euro Soccer Bonus Bet

After a two-week period of International Football with a number of key World Cup Qualification fixtures taking place all over the globe, we get back to domestic action this weekend with the return of the Premier League and then perhaps most excitingly of all, next week sees the start of the Champions League Group Phase.

All of which means that there has never been a better time to give yourself a chance of earning a fantastic Euro Soccer Bonus when you place a qualifying accumulator bet at Bet365 Sport.

Why not claim the best Bet365 bonus code deal available in a while by signing up today with the following link? Regardless of which Bet365 site you join, you’ll be assured of a superb sign up deal and you can access all other Bet365 sites from your single account. Just deposit or transfer some money into your Bet365 Sport account and you are ready to enjoy some outstanding football betting over the next week or so.

Before we take a look at our big Champions League Euro Soccer Bonus tip, let’s remind you of a couple of other big football bonuses available at Bet365 throughout the course of the season.

Bore Draw Money Back

This fantastic offer is available on almost every football match offered by Bet365 Sport. Simply place a pre-match bet on either the Correct Score, Half Time/Full Time or Scorecast markets of any game that Bet365 Sport offer these markets on and your bet is now protected by the Bore Draw Money Back offer.

This means that if your bet loses and the match you bet on finishes in a 0-0 draw, then Bet365 will refund your stake as a free bet to the same value (up to a maximum refund of £50).

Over the course of a season between 7% and 10% of matches across the world finish in a 0-0 draw which means that if you are a regular punter over the course of the season that bets on these markets, this can result in you getting back a significant percentage of your total bets over the year.

Each Way First GoalscorersEW First Goalscorers

Another great offer from Bet365 is the ability to have a bet on the Each Way First Goalscorer market. First Goalscorer bets are highly popular, but also highly volatile. Even the players that score a high number of goals, such as Harry Kane, Sergio Aguero, Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Robert Lewandowski, Neymar or Luis Suarez cannot be relied upon to score the first goal in a game every time.

With the Each Way First Goalscorer bet what you have here is the ability to place a bet on the player to score first, but then also have the insurance of backing him to score at any other point in the game at 1/3 of the stated odds. Of course, an each way bet means that you will double up your unit stake but this offers generally excellent value as it is a much more flexible bet.

If your player scores the first goal in a game then you are paid out on both parts of your each way bet. If he scores in the game, but does not score the opening goal, then you are paid out on the each way part of the bet only.

Of course, the Bore Draw Money Back and Each Way First Goalscorer offers are always available on matches taking place in the top domestic leagues around Europe, as well as the forthcoming Champion’s League Group Stage games.

Our Champions League Preview And Bet365 Euro Soccer Bonus Acca Tip

After an interesting qualification period, arguably the most competitive Champions League Group Stage gets under way on Tuesday 12th September and Wednesday 13th September with a total of 16 matches involving 32 teams across eight different groups.

British interest is high with a total of five teams representing the UK in the group stage, four from the Premier League in Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool as well as Celtic from the Scottish Premier League.

This first of six rounds of Group Games taking place between now and December will eventually give us two teams from each group that will qualify for the last 16 and the Knockout Phase, which will begin in February 2018.

Here’s how this first selection of matches is shaping up together with how I see the result panning out:

Tuesday 12th September

Group A

Manchester United v FC Basel – Home Win (1/6)

Benfica v CSKA Moscow – Home Win (7/10)

Group B

Bayern Munich v Anderlecht – Home Win (1/12)

Celtic v Paris St Germain – Away Win (2/9)

Group C

Chelsea v FK Qarabag – Home Win (1/10)

AS Roma v Atletico Madrid – Draw (11/5)

Group D

Barcelona v Juventus – Draw (13/5)

Olympiacos v Sporting Lisbon – Draw (15/8)

The opening night sees some intriguing matches, especially in Group D where Barcelona and Juventus meet once again after meeting in the semi-final last year (when Juventus were clear Bet365 Champs League Offerwinners) and in the final back in 2015, when Barcelona emerged as 3-1 victors.

Another big match up pits AS Roma against Atletico Madrid in what looks like a very tough group for Chelsea, who start things off with what looks like a relatively easy task at home to Qarabag in their opener.

Celtic welcome Paris St Germain and the world’s most expensive player, Neymar, to Glasgow in their opener but Brendan Rodgers team face a tough task in Group B with Bayern Munich also in the group along with Belgian champions Anderlecht.

But Manchester United’s group looks more manageable with Jose Mourinho’s men opening up against FC Basle while Benfica take on CSKA Moscow in the other match up in Group A.

Backing this as a qualifying eight-fold Euro Soccer Bonus bet with Bet365 would see odds of 94.67/1 on the bet, which means a £10 bet would return £946.70, but you would also earn a 40% Euro Soccer Bonus on top of those winnings of £378.68, which means your total return would actually be £1325.38, plus you’d get your £10 stake money back too.

Wednesday 13th September

Group E

Maribor Branik v Spartak Moscow – Draw (5/2)

Liverpool v Sevilla – Home Win (7/10)

Group F

Feyenoord v Manchester City – Away Win (2/5)

Shakhtar Donetsk v Napoli – Away Win (11/10)

Group G

Red Bull Leipzig v AS Monaco – Draw (12/5)

FC Porto v Besiktas – Home Win (4/7)

Group H

Real Madrid v APOEL Nicosia – Home Win (1/20)

Tottenham Hotspur v Borussia Dortmund – Away Win (21/10)

Tottenham arguably face the toughest task of the English sides in action on Wednesday night with a tricky home tie at Wembley against a very talented Borussia Dortmund team. Spurs don’t have a great record at their adopted home and this looks like being another very tough night. In the same group, Real Madrid have what looks like a home banker against the outsiders APOEL Nicosia of Cyprus.

The top game in Group G pits last year’s beaten semi finalists Monaco against Red Bull Leipzig in what promises to be an interesting matchup between two emerging teams. FC Porto take on Besiktas in the other game in the group in what should be an even contest.

Manchester City travel to Rotterdam to take on Feyenoord in their Group F opener, on a ground which saw Manchester United defeated last season in the Europa League by the same opponents. Napoli should be confident of getting three points away to Shakhtar Donetsk, especially given that Donetsk are not playing their matches on home ground as yet due to the situation in the Ukraine at the moment.

Finally, Liverpool meet Sevilla in Group E in a repeat of the Europa League final of 2015 and in the other game in that group, Spartak Moscow travel to take on Maribor Branik in what looks like being a group dominated by the English and Spanish sides.

This Euro Soccer Bonus qualifying eightfold for Wednesday night would see odds of 303.22/1 which means a £10 bet would ordinarily return £3032.20 if successful. However you would also receive a fantastic 40% bonus if your bet won, which means potentially an additional £1,212.88 on top of your winnings. That means a total return of £4245.08 for your £10 stake.


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Ian John

Ian is a lifelong poker fan, and while he hasn't been writing about poker as long as he's been playing it, he still delivers insightful, comprehensive guides to UK online poker sites. Add Ian on Google Plus and Twitter.



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