Man United v Spurs Betting Offer: Win Man United 35/1 or Spurs 60/1 with William Hill

Manchester United welcome Spurs to Old Trafford on Saturday for another thrilling Premier League battle as the first four races are up for grabs.

William Hill is offering improved odds on either side to win for new customers, with United odds now at 35/1 and Spurs at a whopping 60/1!

Tottenham have dropped points recently but are still in contention to finish fourth

William Hill – 35/1 Manchester United v 60/1 Spurs*

Man United have everything to play for this weekend as Spurs, another top four rival, pay them a home visit.

But Tottenham are two games clear of the Red Devils before the match and are just two points behind.

Arsenal are also ahead of both of them and they need to catch up.

How to claim…

  • Sign up making sure to use EPMC25 or EPMU100 in the Promo Code section
  • Add Man City to win at 25/1 or Man United to win at 100/1 on the bet slip and place a £1 bet after your chosen offer has been applied to your bet slip
  • If your bet wins, we will pay 5 x £5 or 5 x £20 free bets (total value of £20)

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*18+. Play it safe. New customers using EPMU35 or EPS60. Applies to bets placed from 09.00am 10th March 2022 until 5.30pm 12th March 2022. £1 must be wagered at Man United to win at 35/1 or Spurs to win at 60/1 Returns paid at 7x £5 OR 3 x £20 free bets (30 day expiry). Player and currency restrictions and conditions apply.


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