Enhanced odds aren't just for new customers, that's what dabblebet believe and they're taking on a trio of relegation contenders ahead of the new Premier League season.
The prices below are available to anyone with an account, with a maximum stake of £25.
The Clarets are likely to prove a very popular pick in this market over the next few days. Sean Dyche's side survived last term thanks to an incredible home record but Turf Moor is unlikely to yield 33 points this time around.
Not least because of the departure of key centre back Michael Keane, who has departed for Everton leaving the squad looking pretty thin on the ground. With a woeful away record last term the Lancashire club ended up on 40 points and this could be one step too far for Burnley who are likely to have a fraction of the transfer budget of those around them in the relegation battle.
Last season they faced 17.7 shots per game which was the second highest in the division and in attack they mustered just 10.3 per match, behind only Middlesbrough and Sunderland who both finished in the bottom three places.
The addition of Jon Walters and Jack Cork, while solid players in their own right, will do little to ease those doubts over the depth of the squad and dabblebet's industry best price of 6/4 (2.50) looks a great option for those who believe the Clarets will come up short.
As if kicking off the new season against champions Chelsea wasn't a tough enough start, Burnley then face Tottenham and Liverpool in their first five league matches. That 6/4 (2.50) could be long gone by the time mid-September rolls around.
The Hornets have changed their manager again, bringing in Marco Silva who was unable to save Hull City from the drop despite some admirable performances after taking over from Mike Phelan.
While Silva drew plaudits for his approach with the Tigers, the 40-year-old could be in for another tough time after Watford ended the season in dismal form with six straight defeats to finish the campaign in 17th spot.
The Magpies are certainly seen as the promoted side with the best chance of retaining their Premier League status but Rafael Benitez is already cutting a frustrated figure this summer.
Seemingly unable to strengthen the squad in the way he would like, despite assurances from owner Mike Ashley, several bookmakers are keeping the Spaniard short in the sack race market.
While they're not expected to be in a relegation scrap after returning to the top flight, dabblebet's 9/2 (5.50) is a joint best price at the time of writing and could appeal to those who foresee a rocky season at St James' Park.