Did they offer 150-1?This isn't a saga.
This is a whole bunch of punters that all communicated the same error in the odds through social media.
Betting agencies have rules about errors to protect themselves for this exact thing.
They will quite easily be able to prove in a court of law that the actual odds of no player getting 40 touches in a round is much lower than 150/1.
I think the only leg you'd have to stand on is if the market price moved a lot in your favour in that time, due to something like weather or a Tom Mitchell type being a late out. Again, you'd only be looking to realistically claim the according shift in price.Then they have no chance.