2010 World Cup Final: Netherlands v Spain Receive Free Bets and Cash Back
Irish Bookmaker Paddy Power are offering free bets and cash back for the 2010 World Cup Final between Netherlands and Spain in Johannesburg tonight.
They are calling their cash back offer The Bore War and if this historic game fizzles out to a tame 0-0 at the end of normal time Paddy Power will refund a whole range of bet stakes.
It certainly has the indications of being a close, low scoring match.
Spain don’t concede goals for starters, well not since reaching the knock out stages and their game has been to hold onto the ball for as much as possible and knick a goal through David Villa.
The Dutch can score, but they have to get the ball first before Wesley Sneijder and Arjen Robben can threaten Spain’s rearguard.
Both teams have suffered from impotent displays from their main strikers, Robin van Persie has only scored once for Netherlands in his six World Cup games.
Fernando Torres was dropped to the Spanish bench for their semi-final due to his lack of fire power in front of goal.
Maybe things will change tonight? Paddy Power offer 7/1 Van Persie to score first and 11/2 Torres.
The cash back offer extends to first goalscorer, last goalscorer, correct score and scorecast singles on tonight’s game.
New customers will receive a free match bet up to £50 on the first bet placed. This means Paddy Power add the equivalent of your stake to the bet to double your potential winnings.