Red Zone Sports Offer for the CL
The Champions League Final is now just a few days away and both sets of players will be going through their final preparations as they head out to Kiev for the game. Fans of both Real Madrid and Liverpool will be confident of lifting the trophy and we could well be in for a thrilling encounter between two brilliant attack sides on Saturday night.
Real Madrid will be looking to win the trophy for the third successive season after beating Juventus and Atletico Madrid in the last two years, whilst Liverpool are aiming to win the trophy for the first time since 2005. That final still ranks as arguably the greatest Champions League Final of all time, as The Reds came back from a 3-0 half time deficit to beat AC Milan in Istanbul. If Liverpool win on Saturday night it will be their sixth Champions League victory, whilst Real Madrid are going for their 13th victory.
To coincide with the game. RedZoneSports are running a superb new customer offer, giving you odds of 50/1 on Liverpool to lift the cup. That means they can win the game in normal time, extra time or on penalties. To take advantage of this offer, you must sign up for an account and use the code, ‘RZCL50’ when making your deposit of £10 or more. Once you have deposited the money, back Liverpool to win in the Win-Draw-Win market and if The Reds win on Saturday night you will be credited with your winnings at the normal odds, as well as your bonus winnings at 50/1. Any free bet winnings must be turned over three times at minimum odds of 1.6.
This is a pretty simple offer to take advantage of, and when you consider that Real Madrid are only slight favourites for the victory it looks like a great offer. I do fancy Liverpool to lift the trophy on Saturday night; things have certainly gone their way in terms of refereeing decisions during the knockout rounds and they will come into the game well rested and full of confidence after beating Brighton & Hove Albion 4-0 on the final day of the Premier League season to seal a top four finish. Real Madrid have looked beatable plenty of times this season and finished down in 3rd place in La Liga. Obviously they have the European pedigree and all of their players have seen and won this competition before, but I’ve got a good feeling about Liverpool!