Chelsea v Man City Offer – BoyleSports

It’s Chelsea v Man City in the FA Cup Semi-Finals on Saturday and you don’t want to miss this BoyleSports risk-free bet offer! Simply place a pre-match bet of up to £10.00 on Chelsea v Man City and if it loses, BoyleSports will refund our stake as a free bet. Translated into matched betting terms, this gives us a guaranteed profit of £5.13 and here’s how…

Key terms

  • This offer is only available on mobile.
  • Place a bet of up to £10.00 on any Chelsea v Man City market.
  • Applies to bets placed before 17:30 (kick-off) on Saturday 17th April 2021.
  • If our first bet loses, BoyleSports will refund our stake as a free bet.

Qualifying bet

If our first bet loses, our stake will be refunded as a free bet, so we can treat this as a risk-free bet offer.

We’ll need to place our bet at long odds in order to maximise our profit.

At the time of writing, Chelsea are available in the Match Result market at back odds of 4.50 (7/2). The lay odds are currently 5.10.

We can work out our lay stake by using the ‘Risk-Free Bet’ setting on my Matched Betting Calculator. We can enter £8.00 as our ‘Cashback’ figure as this is the amount we can expect to convert our £10.00 free bet into, should our bet lose…

As you can see, the calculator tells us that our lay stake should be £7.28…

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Place £10.00 on Chelsea @ 4.50 = Potential profit of £35.00

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Lay £7.28 on Chelsea @ 5.10 = Potential liability of £29.84


Let’s have a look at our potential profit/loss for the possible outcomes…

Outcome BoyleSports Betfair Free Bet Profit/Loss
Chelsea win + £35.00 – £29.84 £5.16 profit
Chelsea lose or draw – £10.00 + £7.13 + £8.00 £5.13 profit

So, no matter the outcome, we’ll make a guaranteed profit of £5.13 on this BoyleSports offer!

If eligible, our free bet will be credited within 24 hours and will be valid for 7 days.

If you’re unsure how to convert your £10.00 free bet into £8.00 cash (80%), please see my free bets guide for a walkthrough of how it should be done.