The remaining eight teams will try to secure a place in the Europa League quarterfinals and the outcome of the first leg will weigh heavily in the balance. As the odds are expected to drop sharply, those who want to back the favorites should act before the first round concludes. William Hill provides customers with the incentive to place such a bet, by running three promotions dedicated to European competitions.
The Acca Insurance now applies to the Europa League games as well and players need to wager on at least six events to qualify for reimbursement. If one selection lets them down, the funds will be returned in the form of bonus money, but only straight accumulator bets count. Even though the European tournament only schedules four games today, punters will have no problem in finding two more matches worth betting on, as the weekend is coming.
Meanwhile, William Hill is refunding the losing stakes up to a maximum of €50 if the chosen first goal scorer fails to break the ice but scores the second goal. All four Europa League games qualify and those who plan on wagering on these games, should also check out the Bore Draw Insurance. This promotion will refund losing wagers up to the same maximum limit, if the game ends undecided and no goal is scored. The eligible markets are the halftime/full time and correct score, which also happen to have the best odds.