In Play A-League Offer as Mariners aim to end Abysmal Away Form

Place an in play head to head bet on Melbourne City or Central Coast in their round 3 A-League match and if your side scores last but loses, William Hill will give your stake back up to $50.

William Hill’s ‘score last and lose A-League in play promotion’ saved Punters who backed the Mariners after kick off last weekend. William who Members who placed an In Play head to head bet on Central Coast to beat Brisbane were given their money back after the visitors got the final goal in a 2-1 loss. The offer is available on all 5 games this weekend, so will punters be rescued once more?

A-League In Play Offer

Place an in play head to head bet on Round 3 A-league games and if your side scores last in a defeat you’ll get your cash returned. The maximum refund is $50 per match, with your first losing head to head bet in each game qualifying. So if you want a chance to get your money back, simply wait till the match you want to wager on kicks off… Then get on!

City Favourites in Melbourne 

The Mariners are once again on the road in round 3 when they meet Melbourne City on Sunday afternoon. The hosts are $1.80 favourites to triumph at AAMI Park while Central Coast are $4.25 underdogs, with the draw paying $3.65. Though these odds will have change depending on what stage of the match your place an in play bet and the score-line at the time of your wager.

City’s Struggle against Central Coast

The Mariners may be outsiders but they boast a brilliant head to head record against City. They’ve lost just once to Melbourne in 15 games, winning 10 matches. Central Coast are on a 9 game unbeaten run against their opposition with their only loss against City back in 2012. The Mariners were victorious in 2 of the 3 fixtures last season while the other encounter ended all square. The New South Wales side however are currently on their worst ever away streak in the Hyundai A-League having lost their last 6 consecutive matches. Can City capitalise in their first home match of the campaign.  

Catch the match live on Fox Sports at 5pm AEDT on Sunday.