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MARATHONBET SEND PIGS FLYING AT BRIGHTON PIER

If pigs can fly, then the team at Marathonbet reckon Brighton and Hove Albion can win the Premier League this season.

That’s why the online bookmaker is going to make the so-called impossible happen and send four pigs soaring above the iconic Brighton Pier this Thursday to let locals know they’re offering a mega 5,000/1 for the Seagulls to do the extraordinary!

Join them on Brighton Beach, in front of the new zip wire, to catch the pigs in action. From 1-3pm pundits Alan Smith and Andy Townsend will be giving their expert opinions on Brighton’s chances in this year’s League.

Thousands of gobsmacked beachgoers on Brighton seafront will agree, despite the millions spent on transfers, each Premier League team still starts on zero points, fields 11 men and plays 38 games. So pigs can fly! Marathonbet is sure that anything is possible, and as a result are offering the enhanced odds!

BRIGHTON to win the Premier League: 5,000/1

As part of a trio of enhanced Premier League title prices, Marathonbet is also offering 5,000/1 on newly-promoted Huddersfield and 2,500/1 for Newcastle United to win the Premier League.

Michael Rasmussen, Marathonbet representative, said: “Marathonbet is all about the extraordinary – much like Leicester City’s Premier League win in 2015/16. Most experts will comment that the newly promoted teams don’t have a chance but we disagree, and those who believe in the ‘impossible’ should be rewarded with these enhanced prices.

“Some people say pigs will fly before that happens, but how many people will wake up next Thursday expecting to see pigs flying across Brighton seafront?”

Today, thousands of people worldwide enjoy Marathonbet’s huge selection of betting markets. They offer a whole range of markets, including pre-match and live betting in everything from football, tennis and golf to TV specials and politics, as well as offering live casino and much more.

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