Punters turns 50p into £61,000 - The Gambling Times

Punters turns 50p into £61,000

A punter turned 50p into £61,000 earlier this week after predicting the outcome on 17 football matches.

The bet, placed on a Ladbrokes Betstation terminal, was a combination of Match Results and Both Teams to Score, but the lucky punter has Jayden Stockley and Jordan Taylor-Moore from Exeter to thank for the huge win.

After backing the League Two outfit to beat Crewe away from home, the customer must’ve thought his luck was out when the hosts took the lead in the 88th minute.

But strikes from Stockley and Taylor-Moore in the 92nd and 95th minutes ensured the punter was on to a winner.

Elsewhere, a 92nd minute equaliser from Aldershot at home to Bromley meant another leg was ticked off the acca, while FOUR other games needed goals in the last 10 minutes to complete the biggest football win the bookies have seen this year.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “The amount this punter has won is simply staggering, but the sheer luck involved in this acca is the real story here… three injury-time goals from around the grounds have made this the best bet we’ve seen – and probably will see – all year.”

Aston Villa v Preston – Both Teams to Score
Brentford to beat Birmingham
Barnsley v Burton Albion – Both Teams to Score
Middlesbrough to beat Hull
Millwall v Sheff Weds – Both Teams to Score
Sheff Utd to beat QPR
Bolton to beat Sunderland
Nottingham Forest v Reading – Both Teams to Score
Fleetwood Town v Portsmouth – Both Teams to Score
Shrewsbury v Gillingham – Both Teams to Score
Cambridge Utd to beat Notts County
Barnet v Carlisle Utd – Both Teams to Score
Exeter to beat Crewe
Aldershot v Bromley – Both Teams to Score
Barrow v Gateshead – Draw
Bayern Munich to beat Besiktas
Man City U19 V Inter Milan U19 – Draw (in 90 minutes)




TOTAL RETURNS – £61,482.40

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