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Arsenal vs Everton betting offers: Bet £10 get £50 in free bets with bet365

bet365 are offering £50 in free bets to new customers if they bet £10 on the Premier League tie between Arsenal and Everton on Wednesday.

New customers who sign up and bet £10 can claim £50 in free bets in the top vs bottom of the table clash between two historic Premier League clubs, with Arsenal eyeing a first league title since 2003, and Everton facing relegation for the first time.

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Arsenal maintained their two-point lead at the top of the Premier League at the weekend thanks to a tight, 1-0 win over Leicester courtesy of Gabriel Martinelli’s second-half winner.

Leandro Trossard had a stunning effort ruled out earlier in the game but all the signs are that Mikel Arteta’s side have overcome a minor blip that threatened to derail a title race with just two points from three games before picking up back-to-back wins.

The dramatic winner against Aston Villa appears to have breathed new life into their title charge but they must now contend with a busy schedule, with a midweek meeting with Everton before a Europa League meeting with Sporting in the coming weeks.

It is Everton’s home form that is likely to give them any chance of staying up this season – they have only beaten Southampton on the road – so it should be a comfortable night for Arsenal.

More Arsenal vs Everton Betting Offers

at 7.45pm in the Premier League at 6/1 is:

  • Both teams to score – no
  • Leandro Trossard 1.5+ shots
  • Arsenal to win
  • Amadou Onana to be booked

Arsenal vs Everton Betting Odds

Here are the latest odds for Arsenal vs Everton, 7.45pm(GMT) kick off:


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