Paddy Power will be refunding losing bets on selected markets if any of this weekend's top tier English matches finish all squareThis weekend's Premier League action will start with a bang as Tottenham and Chelsea clash at White Hart Lane in Saturday's early game. Andre Villas-Boas' side have been in fine form and currently sit in second place after claiming 12 points from their opening five fixtures.
Chelsea aren't far behind in fourth and Jose Mourinho's men are made the marginal outsiders by Paddy Power, priced at 17/10 (2.70) with Spurs available to back at 13/8 (2.62) to claim their fifth consecutive win at home in all competitions. The draw is available to back at 9/4 (3.25) with the same firm.
All of Tottenham's victories at White Hart Lane this season have been to nil, an outcome that's priced at 7/2 (4.5) which shows just how much of a step up the bookmakers believe this is for the north London club, albeit Chelsea have yet to score away from home in their two Premier League games on the road this season and suffered a 1-0 loss to Everton in thier last outing.
If any match ends as a draw this weekend then Paddy Power will refund losing first/last goalscorer bets, correct score and scorecast bets on that particular match.
Manchester City will look to close the gap to Arsenal and Spurs as they take on Aston Villa and Manuel Pellegrini's side are chalked up as 1/2 (1.50) favourites to get the better of thier hosts after recording convincing victories over Manchester United (4-1) in the league and Wigan (5-0) in the Capital One Cup. Villa are 6/1 (7.0) shots to claim three points.
|Premier League Prices | Paddy Power
|Saturday - 12:45pm||Tottenham Hotspur (13/8)||Draw (9/4)||Chelsea (17/10)|
|Saturday - 3pm||Aston Villa (6/1)||Draw (3/1)||Manchester City (A1/2)|
|Saturday - 3pm||Fulham (Evens)||Draw (12/5)||Cardiff (14/5)|
|Saturday - 3pm||Hull City (11/8)||Draw (9/4)||West Ham (2/1)|
|Saturday - 3pm||Manchester United (3/10)||Draw (9/2)||West Bromwich Albion (9/1)|
|Saturday - 3pm||Southampton (1/2)||Draw (3/1)||Crystal Palace (6/1)|
|Saturday - 5:30pm||Swansea (9/4)||Draw (23/10)||Arsenal (5/4)|
|Sunday - 1:30pm||Stoke (Evens)||Draw (23/10)||Norwich (3/1)|
|Sunday - 4:00pm||Sunderland (9/2)||Draw (13/5)||Hull (4/6)|
|Monday - 8pm||Everton (8/13)||Draw (11/4)||Newcastle (5/1)|
Arsenal will have to wait until 5:30pm on Saturday to try and extend their impressive run of form which now means they've tasted victory in every away game since they beat Bayern Munich back in March, a run which now spans 13 games, not including their penalty victory over West Brom in Wednesday's Capital One Cup tie.
Sunday sees Liverpool as 4/6 (1.67) favourites to overcome Sunderland who will be under the stewardship of caretaker boss Kevin Ball following the departure of Paolo Di Canio. The home side are 9/2 (5.50) to record their first victory of the Premier League campaign.
The final game for this offer sees Everton as firm 8/13 (1.57) favourites as they welcome Newcastle to Goodison Park with Alan Pardew's men still smarting from a 3-2 defeat to Hull last week, a game in which they led twice only to lose to the battling visitors.
Despite a win over Leeds United in midweek, the visitors are 5/1 (6.0) to record a victory, although they are now on a run of four wins from five games in all competitions. The draw is available at 11/4 (3.75).
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