The Premier League season comes to a close this weekend and Paddy Power are offering new customers a last chance to make a splash on top-flight English action with a huge four fold.
Heavy favourites in each of their games, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham and Manchester City are all in action and the quartet are all offered to win together at a whopping Acca price boost to 16/1 (17.0).
Of course, should new Paddy Power players have a single team in mind, they can back their pick at other enhanced, singular prices. Chelsea have been upped to 4/1 (5.0) to see off relegated Sunderland, while Manchester United can be backed at a huge 7/1 (8.0) to defeat Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.
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In a remarkable first season in charge of Chelsea, Antonio Conte has lead them to the Premier League title and the Italian still has something to play for against Sunderland, chasing the record of 30 Premier League wins set by predecessor Jose Mourinho’s fearsome Blues vintages of 2005 and 2006.
Should the newly-crowned champions win this match, they’ll have won home and away against 12 different teams in the Premier League this season, equalling the record in a Premier League season alongside Chelsea in 2004-05 and Manchester United in 2006-07. That leaves plenty of motivation for Conte’s troops and they can now be backed to seal their 30th victory this term at 4/1 (5.0).
The Red Devils, meanwhile, host Crystal Palace in the run-up to their Europa League final against Ajax. While Mourinho may have admitted defeat in the chase for a top-four Premier League spot and is expected to rotate ahead of showdown in Solna, odds of 7/1 (8.0) on a second-string home side to secure their eighth-straight home win against the Eagles for new customers are sure to entice.
Mourinho is unbeaten in 10 outings against Palace boss Sam Allardyce and while Sunday’s game may be written off as insignificant by some going in, building the necessary momentum and drive in front of an Old Trafford crowd that will want to be convinced ahead of their side’s European final will be key.
Of course, ambitious punters who are out to really profit as the curtain falls are advised not to look further than the 16/1 (17.0) price on Chelsea and United to win alongside Tottenham and Manchester City. Spurs enjoy the opportunity to take on Hull City and threaten to run rampant at KCOM Stadium after routing Leicester City 6-1.
With Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Son Heung-Min boasting over 20 goals in all competitions this season, Tottenham are ready to light up in attack with Kane in particular out to seal the Premier League top scorer price after surpassing Romelu Lukaku in the standings.
It’s not only up front that the Londoners are clearly on top against their hosts, but at the back too - they’ve only let in two goals in their last six clashes against Hull, keeping two clean sheets in the process and they’ll be confident here of adding to that number on the road to a win.
Man City meanwhile have the benefit of heading to a rudderless Watford side after the abrupt announcement of Walter Mazzarri's at the end of the season and look excellent value to win their sixth out of their last eight ties against the Hornets here.
Sergio Aguero can bow out following an excellent 2017 by adding to his four strikes in three outings versus his hosts on Sunday, with Watford’s dismal run making a response all the more unlikely.
The Vicarage Road outfit had lost their last five matches - of which they had failed to score in four - to form the catalyst for Mazzarri’s departure. That run is unlikely to change meaning a fairly straightforward afternoon for Vincent Kompany and co at the back, making City a great choice as part of a four fold that is available at 16/1 (17.0) to win for new Paddy Power players.
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