It’s Leeds v Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday and you don’t want to miss this BoyleSports risk-free bet offer! Place a pre-match bet of up to £10.00 on Leeds v Liverpool and if it loses, BoyleSports will refund our stake as a free bet. Translated into matched betting terms, this gives us a guaranteed profit of £5.21 and here’s how…

Key terms

  • This is a mobile exclusive offer.
  • Applies to single bets of up to £10.00 placed on any Leeds v Liverpool market.
  • Applies to our first bet placed before 16:30 (kick-off) on Sunday 12th September 2021.
  • If our bet loses, BoyleSports will refund our stake as a free bet.

Qualifying bet

If our first bet loses, our stake will be refunded as a free bet, so we can treat this as a risk-free bet offer.

We’ll need to place our bet at long odds in order to maximise our profit.

At the time of writing, Liverpool 2-1 is available in the Correct Score market at back odds of 8.00 (7/1). The lay odds are currently 9.80.

We can work out our lay stake by using the ‘Risk-Free Bet’ setting on my Matched Betting Calculator. We can enter £8.00 as our ‘Cashback’ figure as this is the amount we can expect to convert our £10.00 free bet into, should our bet lose…

As you can see, the calculator tells us that our lay stake should be £7.36…

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Place £10.00 on ‘Liverpool 2-1’ @ 8.00 = Potential profit of £70.00

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Lay £7.36 on ‘1-2’ (Liverpool) @ 9.80 = Potential liability of £64.76


Let’s have a look at our potential profit/loss for the possible outcomes…

Outcome BoyleSports Betfair Free Bet Profit/Loss
2-1 Liverpool + £70.00 – £64.76 £5.24 profit
Any other outcome – £10.00 + £7.21 + £8.00 £5.21 profit

So, no matter the outcome, we’ll make a guaranteed profit of £5.21 on this BoyleSports offer!

If eligible, our free bet will be credited within 24 hours and will be valid for 7 days.

If you’re unsure how to convert your £10.00 free bet into £8.00 cash (80%), please see my free bets guide for a walkthrough of how it should be done.

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