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#BeatSavage Premier League free bets competition Week 30

No fists, no bats, no clubs. You can't literally beat Robbie Savage up, #beatSavage is a chance to prove that you know football better than the retired professional player turned Strictly Come Dancing contestant and football pundit for the likes of BBC, ESPN and, most significantly, William Hill.

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We've got £100 in free bets to give away between those who beat Robbie Savage's treble returns by the most++.

Another two out of three for Robbie with the draw between Arsenal and Chelsea letting him down but ten of you free bets including Dominic from Durham who got a massive £960 winner:  View previous results

This week Robbie has gone for Wigan, Norwich and Man City to beat Man Utd in the big Monday night match for a treble that would return £252.00 for a £10 stake. That is the figure you'll need to beat, if he's successful, before any free bets are given out.

To enter #BeatSavage make your own Premier League Treble up using the dropdowns below, making sure you've not got two selections from the same match. The potential return from a winning treble on those selections will be calculated for you. Enter your William Hill Online username and press Submit.

    * Competition only open to William Hill Online customers with a valid account.
    * To be eligible for the draw to win a free bet your selections must win and return more than Robbie Savage's selections as stated above the form.
    * £100 in free bets will be distributed each round of the competition to a maximum of ten people, those being the ten with biggest returns according to normal William Hill bet settlement rules, including the treatment of non-runners.
    * Returns quoted and settled according to the William Hill Online prices at 9am UK time on the Monday before the fixtures. These prices may differ from those on the William Hill Sportsbook at other stages of the competition.
    * In the event of a tie, the earliest entries received will be deemed the winners.
    * Only one entry will be accepted per person. The first entry will count in the case of multiple entries.
    * Entries accepted up to kick-off of the first Premier League match of 02 January.
    * Only entries received through the form above will count. Entries on twitter, facebook or any other message board or posting will not count.
    * Normal William Hill account and betting rules apply.
    * If the highest winning returns is lower than Robbie Savage's returns no free bets will be awarded.

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#BeatSavage Premier League free bets competition Week 30

No fists, no bats, no clubs. You can't literally beat Robbie Savage up, #beatSavage is a chance to prove that you know football better than the retired professional player turned Strictly Come Dancing contestant and football pundit for the likes of BBC, ESPN and, most significantly, William Hill.

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