Like you, Paddy Power are hugely anticipating the return of Premier League action and are looking to sweeten the deal ahead of several key fixtures this weekend that could have lasting effects on the final layout of the table.
Starting with a big new customer offer on the Merseyside derby, the sportsbook have cast their eyes on Manchester United's clash with West Brom at Old Trafford.
But arguably the most tantalising offer lies in backing the huge 20/1 (21.00) four fold on the Red Devils to win alongside Chelsea, Tottenham and Leicester City, with the quartet all heavy favourites in their respective clashes.
To take up these huge price increases, simply register using the link provided, back your choice to qualify at the usual odds shown on site and if they do so, the returns will be topped up to the enhanced values at the final whistle. Winnings paid in free bets. T&C's apply.
Formerly just 7/10 (1.70), Liverpool have been enhanced to 8/1 (9.00) to beat Everton for new Paddy Power players. The Reds are seeking their 13th game unbeaten against their Merseyside rivals in order to equal a run that stretched between 1972 and 1978.
The fixture holds personal significance for Jurgen Klopp to, who will hope that he never has to buy himself a drink again in the red half of the city by becoming the first Liverpool manager to win his first three derbies. Indeed, his men are formidable against the Toffees at Anfield and have won two of their last three clashes against their arch-rivals by a 4-0 scoreline.
While Romelu Lukaku is admittedly in hot scoring form, it will be a huge ask for him to single-handedly lift Everton to their first win at Anfield since September 1999. At this rate, odds of 8/1 (9.00) for Liverpool to secure their 15th game unbeaten against the Premier League’s top 10 this term look extremely generous and are not to be missed.
Formerly available at a measly 1/3 (1.33), new Paddy Power players can back Manchester United to claim a win against West Brom at a huge 6/1 (7.00). The Red Devils are undisputed favourites for the clash at Old Trafford, having kept clean sheets against the Baggies in three of their last five clashes.
Indeed, West Brom are one of Wayne Rooney’s favourite opponents - the captain scoring seven goals and assisted five more in his last 10 Premier League appearances versus them - and the 31-year-old is a contender to appear at some stage and fire his side to victory after enjoying a good break over the last two weeks.
Having climbed out of sixth place and having played two games less than fourth-placed Liverpool, Jose Mourinho’s men will go all out to close the four-point gap with the last Champions League qualifying squad, making 6/1 (7.00) on a hugely-motivated United to claim a win seem generous given the circumstances.
Paddy Power are celebrating the return of the Premier League by offering a massive 20/1 (21.00) Acca for Tottenham, Chelsea, Leicester City and Manchester United all to win. Chelsea have earned the most points from derbies of all the London sides this term and will look to extend that run against Crystal Palace, who have lost all five of their games against local teams. Diego Costa will hope to fire the Blues closer to title glory by netting his 50th goal in just 81 Premier League appearances.
Meanwhile, Tottenham have scored at least two goals in four of their last five matches against upcoming opponents Burnley, winning three of those ties. Dele Alli has been in red-hot form for Spurs in 2017 and can be trusted to step up in Harry Kane’s absence. With Christian Eriksen likewise in formidable form, Mauricio Pochettino’s men head into the tie at Turf Moor confident they can outscore anyone for the win.
As for Craig Shakespeare, the Leicester City manager with the midas touch has masterminded a revival for the ailing Premier League champions in time for the visit of Stoke City. Crucial to the turnaround has been the form of Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez, who look unrecognisable from the shadows of the players they were earlier this campaign.
The England striker has now scored three goals and provided two assists in his last three games for the Foxes, while Mahrez has netted twice in as many outings. With Stoke in dismal scoring form ahead of the trip to the King Power Stadium, odds are that Shakespeare’s charges will capitalise with a win to put as much distance between themselves and the drop zone as possible.
With Champions League-chasing Manchester United completing the quartet, odds of 20/1 (21.00) on them to join Chelsea, Tottenham and Leicester celebrating victory look a grand opportunity to boost your betting coffers this weekend.