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Sky Bet Welcome Offer: 40/1 for 1+ Shot on Target in Chelsea vs Man Utd

By Dean Smith

Published: 17:10, 3 April 2024

Both Chelsea and Manchester United are in need of a Premier League win on Thursday night but you can get a huge 40/1 just for a shot on target in the match with Sky Bet.

United’s chase for a top four finish took a hit on Saturday with a 1-1 draw at struggling Brentford, while Chelsea are just hoping to break into the top four as they too were held to a draw at the weekend, their home fixture against Burnley ending 2-2.

If you want to get your hands on this offer, we’ve got all of the details below:

Sky Bet Offer: Get 40/1 on a shot on target in Chelsea vs Man Utd

Looking for an offer on this Thursday's clash between two underperforming Premier League giants as Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea? How about an unmissable 40/1 on a shot on target to be registered in the match by either side?

  1. Sign up at Sky Bet using this link
  2. Place a £1 bet on a shot on target in between Chelsea and Man Utd
  3. Get credited with 4 x £10 bet tokens when the bet wins
'New customers only. Min/max stake £1. Free bets credited on top of winnings within 72 hours. First single & e/w bet only. 4 x £10 bet tokens. Free bet stakes not included in returns. Free bets exclude virtuals. Free bets are non withdrawable. Free bets expire after 30 days Eligibility restrictions. Further T&Cs apply. 18+. begambleaware.org

So just how likely is a shot on target in this game? Well, there are no odds available for just one shot on target and to give you some idea of how likely the bookmakers think it is that at least one shot on target is achieved, the smallest amount you can bet on in the game is 9 – and that’s available at just 1/5!

Chelsea managed 33 shots in that draw with the Clarets over the weekend, with 18 being on target and you’d expect them to rack up more shots on target here given that United conceded 31 shots themselves in that draw at the Gtech Community Stadium.

The Red Devils meanwhile have managed an average of eight shots on target across their last three matches in all competitions so we’d expect both goalkeepers to be busy at the Bridge.