Everton v Liverpool Betting Offers, Free Bets and Bonuses – Saturday 7th February 2015

When Everton play near neighbours and bitter rivals Liverpool it is always a great occasion. With some real classics over the years, when the sides you meet you can be confident that a hard-fought match full of attacking intent will transpire.

The Merseyside derby is also a particularly tough match to predict, and matches at Goodison have been particularly close affairs, with Everton having won 34, Liverpool 32 and with 29 draws when they’ve met there in the league. As such, instead of bringing you betting tips for the match, we have resolved to instead bring you the pick of the many betting offers available for this game, including free bets, price boosts and money back offers.

So read on for the latest Everton v Liverpool betting offers or check out the latest Premier League betting offers and tips for details of the other matches being played in the top flight.

Everton v Liverpool Betting Offers

  • BetVictor Red Card Refund – BetVictor will refund losing First/Last/Anytime Goalscorer, Correct Score, Half-Time/Full-Time, Scorecast or Spincast bets as a Free Bet of up to £10 if there is a red card shown in the match – CLICK HERE.
  • Paddy Power Money Back if Draw – Place a single pre-match bet on either Liverpool or Everton to win and if the match ends in a draw Paddy Power will refund your stake as a free bet of up to £50 – CLICK HERE
  • Coral Late Loser Refund – Place a correct score or scorecast bet on the match and if your bet is winning in the 85th minute but ends up losing, Coral will refund your stake as a free bet of up to £25 – CLICK HERE
  • Unibet Injury Time Refund – Unibet will refund losing bets on a range of markets up to £75 if a goal is scored after the 90th minute in the match – CLICK HERE

So with plenty to get your teeth into, why not take advantage and help stack the odds in your favour. If you are stuck for ideas, how about backing Steven Gerrard to play a starring role by getting the opening goal in what will be his last ever Merseyside derby? Liverpool are in a decent run of form having won five and drawn two of their last seven in the league, and with Daniel Sturridge back in the side, they might well get the better of an Everton side who have underperformed for much of the season.

But, as those who have watched Merseyside derbies over the years, there is no such thing as a favourite when Everton and Liverpool clash. But whatever you do, be sure to grab one or more of the abovementioned betting offers, or check out the best free bets available from the best bookies in the business.