Money Back on accumulators and the weekend's biggest Premier League matches
Paddy Power have money back specials for the biggest Premier League games including Chelsea v Manchester United. They will also refund losing accumulators if one leg lets you downPaddy Power's accumulator offer is back for this week's domestic fixures. Place a five-fold or bigger on Saturday's games from England's top four divisions and if just one leg lets you down, Paddy Power will refund your losing bet.
Manchester City v Swansea
Defending champions Manchester City’s defence – in both formations – has been leaking goals compared to last season.
A 3-1 defeat to Ajax in Amsterdam has all but ended their Champions League dream for the second consecutive season ahead of Saturday’s home tie against Swansea.
City were comfortable 4-0 winners in this game last year with all the goals coming in the second-half and are 2/9 (1.22) with Paddy Power to win at the Etihad and 10/1 (11.0) to repeat that scoreline.
If there is a goal in injury time in the Man City v Swansea game, Paddy Power will refund all losing In-Running next goalscorer bets on the match.
Everton v Liverpool
The first Merseyside derby of the season is set to be a fiesty affair with Everton boasting a six-point advantage over their rivals.
Brendan Rodgers fielded a strong side on Thursday evening against Anzhi and David Moyes will be hoping his side will be able to make the most of their extra recovery time.
A home win is priced at 13/8 (2.62) while Liverpool are outsiders at 17/10 (2.70). Stewart Downing is 20/1 (21.0) to score the first goal as he did on Thursday night while Nikica Jelavic is the favourite for the hosts, priced at 6/1 (7.0) to break the deadlock.
Many punters will be expecting a close encounter between these two sides and the draw looks a legimiate play at around 9/4 (3.25).
If there is a red card in the match, Paddy Power will refund all losing first goalscorer, last goalscorer, correct score & scorecast singles on this match.
Chelsea v Manchester United
Table-toppers Chelsea face Manchester United who beat Braga 3-2 - eventually - at Stamford Bridge with the Blues in danger of not making it through the group stages of the tournament which they won last year, after their 2-1 loss away to Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday night.
Roberto Di Matteo’s squad endured a daunting 3,400 mile round-trip to the Ukraine and Paddy Power make them their 11/8 (2.38) favourites to keep up their unbeaten Premier League run with United at 2/1 (3.0) and the draw is chalked up at 23/10 (3.30).
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard is a doubt ahead of Sunday's clash while United will be without Shinji Kagawa as he looks set for a spell on the sidelines following a twisted knee sustained in midweek.
Sir Alex Ferguson's side kept up their alarming habit of conceding goals in the first 20 minutes when coming form 2-0 down to beat Braga 3-2.
Ferguson's infamous hairdryer must be a blow dry away from the recycling bin by now as that was the seventh time this season his side had gone a goal down and United will be keen not to gift Chelsea a soft lead on Sunday.
The one saving grace for the visitors is that they’ve managed to win six of the seven matches they’ve trailed in.
United had to recover from going behind when the sides met last year as Chelsea stormed into a 3-0 lead thanks to goals from Jonny Evans (o.g.), Juan Mata and David Luiz.
But two second-half penalties from Wayne Rooney and an 84th-minute equaliser from Javier Hernandez saw it end honours even.
Paddy Power offer 35/1 (36.0) that history repeats itself and the game ends 3-3 while United to win the second half 3-0 is 45/1 (46.0) in their online betting.
Six goals or more is 17/2 (9.5) in the total goals market while over 4.5 goals is 4/1 (5.0) with Paddy Power
If the match ends in a draw, Paddy Power will refund all losing first goalscorer, last goalscorer, correct score & scorecast singles on this match.
Paddy Power's accumulator offer is back for this week's domestic fixures. Place a five-fold or bigger on Saturday's games from England's top four divisions and if just one leg lets you down, Paddy Power will refund your losing bet.
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