If David Moyes ever thought about cashing in a deal with the devil while in the hotseat at Manchester United, then the second leg of this Champions League quarter final with FC Bayern Munchen may represent his chosen time to do it.
However, rather than requesting power or wealth, Moyes would be in the market for goals in Germany and enough of them to see the Red Devils qualify for the last four of Europe’s premier club competition.
And bwin have boosted the price on this eventuality coming true, with Man Utd’s odds to reach the semi finals at FC Bayern’s expense increased from 9/2 to 11/2.
This means that £195 in profit could be coming the way of new bwin.com customers who choose this market to utilise their £30 free sign-up bet.
Man Utd may have never previously won in Bavaria, but remember, a draw of 2-2 or greater would be enough to see them progress on away goals, alongside an obvious victory in Germany.
Below are three reasons why it may prove productive to get stuck into this bwin promotion.
FC Bayern Munchen have difficulty hosting English opposition
The record of English clubs at the Allianz Arena is no secret and has regularly been rolled out by pundits and commentators alike since the opening leg at Old Trafford.
FC Bayern have failed to win any of their last four home encounters with English foes, which includes a defeat to Manchester City earlier in this year’s competition.
Throw in that Man Utd have won on their last two visits to Germany, both without conceding a goal and their chances are improved.
FC Bayern are in their worst slump since 2011
Winning has become second nature to FC Bayern in recent seasons, with two games without a victory somewhat of a rarity.
However, they are now caught up in a web of three games without a victory, which is their worst winless streak for three years.
Rewind back to 2009 and FC Bayern last went four games without a triumph and this run included an unexpected home Champions League defeat to Bordeaux.
Man Utd can be trusted to score on the road
In only two of their past 16 road trips have Man Utd failed to score at least once and they have netted nine across their last three visits to West Brom, West Ham and Newcastle.
With FC Bayern failing to keep a clean sheet in any of their last four on their own patch, Man Utd can score to boost their probability of reaching the semi finals.