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Sevilla v Barcelona Betting Offer: Recoup up to $100 in Free Bets

usa flagSevilla v Barcelona Betting Offer 
Promo TypeMoney Back/Free Bet/Insurance/Parlay Bonus
PromoStake Back: up to $100 Free Bet
Bonus CodeWEEKLYSB
CashableNo
Wagering RequirementsNone
Valid UntilNovember 6, 2016
Accepted CountriesAll

Insure your wager on the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan encounter with the Sevilla v Barcelona Betting Offer.

If a goal is scored by either side in the first 15 minutes of the clash, you’ll receive your Money Back up to $100 as a Free Bet with the Sevilla v Barcelona Betting Offer! It’s that simple!

Just place a wager on ANY single market for this game, and Intertops will take care of the rest. You’ll either collect your winnings from the bet itself, or get your earnings in a form of a Free Bet up to $100 with the Sevilla v Barcelona Betting Offer in case something unforeseen happens.

Use the following Bonus Code to use the Sevilla v Barcelona Betting Offer: WEEKLYSB.

Sevilla v Barcelona – H 4.50 (+350) D 4.20 (+320) A 1.60 (-167)

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After 10 rounds in La Liga, Sevilla sit in fourth position on the table (21 pts), only behind the top three teams – Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid – in the Spanish league. Out of five games at their famous Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium until this stage, the Andalusian side have won all of their encounters – the only club in La Liga to have maintained 100% so far – granting them the best home record in the league.

But the question is will it be enough to stop Barcelona from inflicting damage this Sunday, when the two sides square off in a highly anticipated match. The Catalans are looking to clinch their third straight league title, however they’ve exposed their weaknesses on several occasions both domestically and in the Champions League this campaign. Luis Enrique has invested heavily over the summer – nearly €123 million on six players – but some of the new signings are yet to settle at Nou Camp, having so far failed in justifying their price tags.

Despite making reckless blunders at times this season, Barcelona nonetheless sit in second spot on the table, with a point more than their upcoming opponents. In their last five games, they’ve lost once, while the rest of the games ended in victories.

It’s not very likely that either the Andalusians or the Catalans find the back of the net in the first 15 minutes of the game, as they have each scored goals within that period only twice in the first 10 rounds of La Liga. Barcelona’s attackers Arda Turan and Lionel Messi scored within the first 15 minutes against Betis (round 1) and Legannes (round4) respectively. Sevilla’s Pablo Sarabia managed to bag a goal in the 15th minute against Espanyol in the first round, while Luciano Vietto bagged a goal in the 4th minute against Gijon last weekend.

But hey, it’s better to be safe than sorry! Insure your bet with the Sevilla v Barcelona Betting Offer in case a ball happens to pass behind the goalkeepers within the first 15 minutes of the match.

Maximize your earnings this weekend with some of the other matches on the agenda:

Chelsea v Everton – H 1.50 (-200) D 4.10 (+310) A 5.50 (+450)

Arsenal v Tottenham – H 1.90 (-111) D 3.45 (+245) A 3.85 (+285)

Hamburger v Borussia Dortmund – H 6.25 (+525) D 4.33 (+333) A 1.45 (-222)

Chievo Verona v Juventus – H 7.50 (+650) D 4.10 (+310) A 1.40 (-250

FK Ufa v Rubin Kazan – H 2.85 (+185) D 2.75 (+175) A 2.60 (+160)

Join Intertops and take advantage of the Sevilla v Barcelona Betting Offer before this Sunday’s La Liga game.

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Mark-Antonio Zivic used to be a professional footballer that won a record six Champions League medals... but decided to quit the game in his prime, believing he was better than both Ronaldo and Messi. Now he spends his time brainstorming ideas for Betting Herald, before he ventures into Hollywood movies, rubbing shoulders with Daniel Day-Lewis and Sofia Vergara.

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