Betting Special: Money back on Liverpool v Manchester City if Tevez or Suarez score the last goal
Arguably the biggest Premier League game this weekend sees Liverpool host champions Manchester City, and there is a superb money back offer availableThe opening-fixture fortunes of these two sides could not have been more different; Manchester City recovered from a second-half scare against newly-promoted Southampton to record a home win, while Liverpool were dispatched 3-0 away at West Bromwich Albion.
This Sunday sees the two sides clash at Anfield, and if Carlos Tevez or Luis Suarez score the last goal, Paddy Power will refund all losing bets on their first and last goalscorer, correct score and scorecast markets.
Brendan Rodgers' side are underdogs on their own patch at 2/1 (3.0) with Manchester City shading favouritism at 11/8 (2.38), a draw is priced at 23/10 (3.30). The corresponding fixture last season saw a 1-1 draw at Anfield, which is a 5/1 (6.0) shot.
The two strikers at the centre of this offer also had very different opening matches in their Premier League camapign.
Tevez scored the opening goal of City's clash with Southampton, latching onto a through-ball and finishing low past Kelvin Davis in the Saints goal to set his side on their way.
Before Tevez opened the scoring, David Silva had spurned his chance to put City in front when Davis saved his tame penalty. Paddy Power offer 9/1 (10.0) that a penalty is missed in this game.
Earlier that weekend, Luis Suarez missed several chances as Liverpool failed to claim any points from Rodgers' first Premier League match in charge, and he will be keen to find the net in front of the Anfield faithful on Sunday.
So before you place your wagers this weekend consider Paddy Power's offer. If Carlos Tevez or Luis Suarez score the last goal, the Irish firm will refund all losing bets on their first and last goalscorer, correct score and scorecast markets. This offer is open to all Paddy Power customers, both new and existing.
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