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bet365 settle both Wolves and Leeds as winners through their 2 Goals Ahead Early Payout Offer


Leeds United's remarkable comeback win over Wolves on Friday night not only increased their prospects of staying up, but it also saw bet365 pay out on both Wolves and Leeds as Full Time Result winners.

Wolves were cruising at Molineux at halftime, thanks to goals from Jonny and Trincao, which triggered bet365's 2 Goals Ahead Early Payout Offer, which meant that all pre-match single and multiple bets on the normal Full Time Result market became winning bets.

At halftime, Leeds' remarkable comeback seemed inconceivable.

"I had them down by halftime," Gary Neville remarked on Sky Sports. "I still can't believe what I saw in the second half." The red card had a significant influence on the outcome, but they still needed to score three goals. That is a huge night for Leeds United Football Club.

When Luke Ayling scored in injury time to add to goals from Harrison and Rodrigo, it meant that all valid bets for Leeds were now winners as well. What an evening!


What is the Early Payout Offer?


While Leeds comeback was the most recent, was it the most painful in Premier League history? Let’s take a closer look at some of the other most dramatic comebacks where football fans would have been retrospectively grateful for bet365’s 2 Goals Ahead Early Payout Offer

Crystal Palace 3 – 3 Liverpool | Selhurst Park | April 2014

It’s April 2014 and a Damien Delaney own goal has just doubled Liverpool’s lead at Selhurst Park with the club’s first Premier League title within their grasp. Crystal Palace are offering little and when Luis Suarez fires in a third, the travelling Reds’ fans are in ecstasy.

How they wish that bet365’s Early Payout Offer could have been retrospectively recreated in real life, and shake hands on a comfortable win in their title march.

Tottenham 3 – 5 Manchester United | White Hart Lane | September 2001

If you had backed Tottenham Hotspur back in 2001, you would have been over the moon to see Dean Richards and Les Ferdinand score the opening two goals in a dominant first half display that saw them reach half-time 3-0 up.

With your bet now a winner, you could have sat back more comfortably than the home faithful, who witnessed Andy Cole spark a second-half avalanche of Manchester United goals. David Beckham completed a sensational comeback with the fifth goal in memorable 3-5 score line.

Newcastle 4 – 4 Arsenal | St James’ Park | February 2011

The most dramatic of comebacks as Newcastle United created Premier League history to come back from four goals down.

Arsenal backers with bet365 would have been celebrating a winning selection when Johann Djourou scored to put the Gunners 2-0 up, before the match was even ten minutes old.

At 4-0, not even the most optimistic Geordie could have predicted what was to come.

Abou Diaby was shown a red card early in the second half before Joey Barton scored twice from the penalty spot, either side of a strike from Leon Best. The best was still to come as Cheik Tiote completed the comeback with a stunning volley, sending the home fans into raptures.

West Brom 5 – 5 Manchester United | The Hawthorns | May 2013

On what was Sir Alex Ferguson’s final game as Manchester United, it was a late comeback for the Romelu Lukaku inspired West Brom that grabbed the headlines.

With the bet365 Early Payout Offer already in the bag as Manchester United raced into a 3-0 lead, it was looking like a fitting tribute to the legendary manager.

However, three late strikes within five minutes - two from Lukaku either side of Youssouf Mulumbu's effort, saw the Baggies seal an unlikely 5-5 draw in the most unexpected fashion.

How the Early Payout works

Place a pre-match bet on the standard Full Time Result market for games from selected competitions up to and including Sunday 29th May 2022. Applicable competitions listed below.

For single bets, if the team you back to win goes 2 goals ahead at any stage during the match, we will pay out your bet in full regardless of whether the opposition comes back to draw or win the match.

For multiple bets and Bet Builder bets, if a team you have backed on the standard Full Time Result market goes 2 goals ahead, this selection will be marked as won within My Bets, with the remaining selections left to run.

Qualifying Competitions

  • English Premier League
  • English Championship
  • English League 1
  • English League 2
  • English FA Cup (from First Round onwards)
  • English EFL Cup
  • Scottish Premiership
  • Spanish Primera Liga
  • German Bundesliga I
  • Italian Serie A
  • French Ligue 1
  • UEFA Champions League (from Group Stage onwards)
  • UEFA Europa Conference League (from Group Stage onwards)
  • UEFA Europa League (from Group Stage onwards)

Significant Terms and Conditions

This offer is only available to new and eligible customers.

This offer applies to pre-match single and multiple bets on the standard Full Time Result market for Soccer games from the selected competitions listed under All Qualifying Competitions below.

This offer is available for matches played up to and including Sunday 29th May 2022.

Bets placed on the Full Time Result – Enhanced Prices market do not apply to this offer.

This offer will not apply where a stake has been fully Cashed Out. Where a stake has been partially Cashed Out and your team goes two goals ahead, the bet will be settled on the remaining active stake.

If a qualifying bet is edited using our Edit Bet feature prior to kick-off and your team goes two goals ahead, the bet will be settled on the new stake. Where a bet has been edited to include or amend a selection for an event that is In-Play, the offer will no longer apply.

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