Premier League Betting: Boosted odds on Everton, Arsenal and Manchester City

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SportPesa have two offers for new customers to choose between, with Cenk Tosun featured in one and goals galore at the Emirates on Sunday in the other

This weekend marks the return of the Premier League and SportPesa have two new customer offers to celebrate.

The first concerns Everton as they travel to newly-promoted Wolves, with both sides looking to start their season in good form after spending big in the transfer market.

Ahead of the clash on Saturday evening, SportPesa are offering a huge 10/1 (11.0) on Cenk Tosun to score anytime at Molineux. £5 max stake, T&Cs apply.

SportPesa Tosun offer

The Turkish striker can usually be backed at 21/10 (3.10) to find the net anytime, which may already prove a popular bet following his five goals in 12 starts last season for the Toffees.

Should Tosun score in the match, you will be paid out at the regular market price and topped up to the promotional price of 10/1 (11.0) in bonuses.

SportPesa are also offering Evens (2.0) on both teams to score on Sunday when Arsenal welcome Manchester City to the Emirates. T&Cs for this offer can be found here.

SportPesa Arsenal Manchester City offer

There is a maximum £20 stake on this market, which is currently priced at 10/19 (1.53) by the online bookmaker, with winnings paid out at the market price then topped up in bonuses.

Manchester City’s goalscoring exploits need little introduction after 106 league goals last season, and there is certainly nothing to suggest that any of their formidable attacking players have regressed.

Arsenal, meanwhile, will back themselves to find the net as they look for a good start under Unai Emery.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored 10 goals in just 13 games last season after moving to north London in January, and will be hoping to get off to a good start in his first full campaign in England.

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