Bayern Munich v Real Madrid: Get a Choice of Great Price Boosts from SkyBet

This is by far the most intriguing tie from this week’s Champions League as two giants of the game battle it out in Munich on Wednesday. This would have been a fitting final for many but one team will be eliminated at this stage, leaving the winning side as likely favourites to lift the trophy itself.

The first leg is obviously crucial and if you are thinking of placing a bet, there are some early price boosts from SkyBet that could increase your profits quite considerably.

Correct score

SkyBet always offer excellent value for a big game such as this and currently, the bookie is listing six price boosts for this match. Two of these come in the correct score markets where a 3-1 win in favour of Bayern is quoted at 14/1 and a 2-1 victory for Real has been lifted to that same 14/1 figure.

This could be a tight game so either outcome seems plausible and at the time of writing, both of those prices are an industry best.

Player boosts

The remaining four price boosts are based around individual players with SkyBet quoting 11/2 on Cristiano Ronaldo to open the scoring in this one. CR7 is at 6/1 elsewhere, with 888Sport and 32Red offering the best price right now but 11/2 is still a competitive figure in the market.

Sergio Ramos to score a header is now at 14/1 and then we switch to Bayern where the price on Franck Ribery to score from outside the penalty area has been increased to 11/1. Finally, Arjen Robben to score and Bayern Munich to win on the night is at 3/1.

As always, Sky have been quite creative in their price boosts and all of those are tempting options. Ribery is a threat from anywhere on the pitch while Robben has three goals in six games in Europe and would like nothing better than to find the net against his old club. Ramos, meanwhile, is a threat from set pieces so all of these are very plausible bets.

Remember, these offers are open to all account holders and this is not the type of deal that is restricted to just new customers. So, there are no restrictions on maximum bets, as long as they are within the bookmaker’s standard rules, and profits come back as cash and not free bet tokens.

It’s going to be a fascinating night in Munich this Wednesday and anyone looking to take a bet on the outcome should seriously consider these excellent price boosts from SkyBet.