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What price Giggs on his 1,000th appearance? #bwin

Giggs winner v Norwich 2012It happened last season, why can’t it happen again this season?

As the clock ticked beyond 90 minutes at Carrow Road last season, United looked to be heading for the exit door with just a point after squandering the lead late in a game they knew they had to win.

Up stepped Ryan Giggs on his 900th appearance to snatch all three points at the death. Who writes his scripts?

bwin make Giggs 12.50 to be the last goalscorer of the match tomorrow and you can get a free £20 bet.

Giggs is set to make his 1,000th professional appearance for club and country tomorrow and what better place to do it than Old Trafford in front of his adoring fans as United again face Norwich City? What better way too to celebrate it than finding the back of the net. Perhaps us punters can ‘find the back of the net’ with a look at Giggs’ prices to score.

bwin are offering 4.50 for Giggs to score anytime, 12.50 to be the first goalscorer and a fairly skinny 26.00 for him to score twice.

Maybe you think Giggs could pull off a miracle and bag himself a Hat-Trick. If you do you’ll find bwin’s odds of 301.00 fairly appealing.

What about – Giggs first Goalscorer and a correct score prediction (scorecast)? If you’re feeling that way inclined and after a fun bet bwin price up Giggs first goalscorer and a United 3-0 win at 51.00.

Here’s a list of all the ‘Giggs First Goalscorer/Result’ Scorecast odds below:

Giggs Scorecast Odds v Norwich March 13

I’m going to play it safe with a £20 bet on ‘Giggs anytime’ to potentially win me £90.

What ever you decide to do……BE LUCKY!

Get your free £20 bwin bet now!

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Redrich

    2 March 2013 at 04:21

    The regulars forum is what?? How is it different from this (other than being more obtuse)?
    Everyone wants you to stop posting new articles until the conversation is over and it’s because we want to be a forum of opinion and not an audience for your writers.
    Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy most of what I read and the prevalence of postings is most impressive. But TBH it detracts from what we all want – and that’s an extended conversation, between commentators, about topics, hot and cold.

    • Opti

      2 March 2013 at 06:30

      @Redrich: I think the forum can do just that with a one more addition:
      1) a reply button.

      I like it even if it takes a couple more clicks and is detached from articles… it’s a decent compromise between too many posts and online community.

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