Last week, the first leg of the Champions League semifinals took place in Europe. On Tuesday Real Madrid and Chelsea battled to a 1-1 draw in Madrid and then on Wednesday night, Manchester City produced a superb second half display to beat Paris St Germain 2-1 in Paris.
With the second leg of both those ties coming up this week, UniBet Sportsbook has a fantastic promotional offer running for either of the two games. This is the Same Game Refund promotion and you could earn yourself a $25 Free Bet, if your bet is not a winner!
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How Does The Same Game Refund Work?
To take part in this promotion from UniBet, all you need to do is log into your account and then head over to the section on the site that offers Champions League betting.
Select either of the two semi-final second leg ties being played this week and then choose the Same Game Combo tab.
When you select this tab, you will be given a choice of different bet selections which you can put together into a single combo bet on that game. You need to select at least two of these bets as your combo bet.
When you have finalised your bet, you then need to place a wager of $25 on your created bet.
Then you can sit back and watch the action unfold. If your bet is a winner, then you will be paid out in full and no doubt be very happy with your winnings!
However, if the bet is a losing one, then UniBet will refund your stake back to you as a $25 Free Bet on the site.
Your qualifying bet must be of $25 and there is only one Free Bet bonus available per customer.
This is essentially a free swing at a $25 bet on the UCL where at the very worst, you will receive your stake back as a Free Bet, so why not take advantage of this offer this week?
And to help you out, I’ll give you a recap of the situation in each of the Champions League semi-finals and how we see each game going.
Champions League Semi Finals 2nd Legs
Tuesday 4th May
Manchester City (2) v (1) Paris St Germain
Manchester City produced a superb second-half performance on Wednesday evening to come back from a Marquinhos goal for the home side to win the first leg 2-1 in Paris. Kevin de Bruyne and Riyad Mahrez scored the goals for City to put the English side in control of the semifinal.
Don’t rule out Paris St Germain just yet though. The Parisians have won both their away legs in the knockout phase (4-1 against Barcelona and 3-2 against Bayern Munich) and their attack of Mbappe and Neymar are capable of upsetting any defence.
However, that performance from City in the second half was special and if they can reproduce that here, they should go through to the final.
Wednesday 5th May
Chelsea (1) v (1) Real Madrid
Chelsea produced a very professional display in Madrid in the first leg to earn themselves a draw and put themselves in the best position heading into the second leg. With that away goal banked, Chelsea know any victory at home, or even a 0-0 draw, will be enough to put them into their third Champions League final.
Real struggled at times to cope with Chelsea on the counter attack and it will be interesting to see how Zidane lines up his team for the second leg, especially with Sergio Ramos set to return to the team from injury according to some reports in Spain.
Chelsea though are very strong at home and I think that the Londoners should do enough to claim the win they need here to make it through into another Champions League final.