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Betting Offer: Tottenham upped to 16/1 to beat Liverpool

10:00 EAT 11/02/2017
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Be sure to take up your option on either side in Saturday's big clash at Anfield. Anybody opening an account can take a huge enhanced price on either

Tottenham take on Liverpool in a massive clash that is likely to have big implications on the Premier League title race. With Spurs second in the table chasing Chelsea, they could close the gap at the top to six points prior to the leaders' trip to Burnley on Sunday.

There is all to play for for Liverpool and Arsenal this weekend, however, as the two compete to be the best of the rest. The Gunners can temporarily overhaul Manchester City in third when they host Hull City, while Liverpool will aim to climb into the Champions League qualification places by beating Tottenham.

Given the prizes at stake, Paddy Power are offering new customers the chance to get in on the major Premier League action this weekend with offers that you cannot afford to miss.

Want to take advantage of these offers? Simply register using the links provided, back your choices at the usual odds with your first bet and if they leave with a victory, the returns will be topped up at the final whistle. All enhanced winnings are credited in free bet, T&C's apply.

Arsenal 6/1 to beat Hull

While Hull City are expected to present hidden dangers when they travel to Arsenal, Arsene Wenger’s men were originally only at 2.7 (1.29) to beat their guests. However, new Paddy Power customers can see that offer topped up to 6/1 (7.00) to get their campaign back on the road.

Indeed, the Emirates Stadium outfit have won seven of their last eight meetings with the Tigers. And while Hull boss Marco Silva boasts an enviable record against the Premier League’s top six this season, his charges will still be expected to have a hard time dealing with Alexis Sanchez - who has had a hand in six goals against them over three games - as always.

Admittedly, the visitors have kept clean sheets in both their games this February, but with Arsenal’s goalscoring threat coming from many places - not least of all Olivier Giroud from the bench - Hull will still face an uphill task against their hosts. New Paddy Power players, therefore, are advised not to miss out on those generous looking 6/1 (7.00) odds.

Liverpool 10/1 to beat Tottenham

Liverpool were originally 5/4 (2.25) favourites to beat Tottenham and end their Premier League slide. However, that offer has been upped to a huge 10/1 (11.00) for new players - odds that should be particularly appealing given the Reds are on an eight-game unbeaten run against their visitors.

Targeting their ninth game without a loss against Spurs in order to match a record that stretched back to March 1998, Jurgen Klopp’s men will be buoyed that Mauricio Pochettino has never beaten the Anfield giants in six matches in the Tottenham dugout.

Add to that the fact the Londoners have lost 15 of their 24 visits to Anfield in the Premier League, and the 10/1 (11.00) offer on Liverpool to pick up their fight for a Champions League spot at the end of the season by securing all three points on Saturday looks particularly appealing.

Tottenham 16/1 to beat Liverpool

Clashes between Liverpool and Tottenham have rarely been predictable, however. Recognising that, Paddy Power have upped their original offer on a Spurs win at 11/5 (3.20) and upped it to a whopping 16/1 (17.00).

Pochettino’s troops will smell blood given Liverpool have won just one of their first 10 games in 2017 - their worst start to a calendar year since 1993 - aware that three points at Anfield will be a big boost to their Premier League title challenge.

Keeping things tight at the back has been crucial to their climb to second in the table to date. Indeed, Liverpool have conceded more goals from open play at 18 compared to Spurs, who have only let in a remarkable 16 in total this campaign. Tottenham are lethal at the other end, too, and no player has scored more goals than Harry Kane at 6 this 2017.

The England striker has been involved in all three of Spurs’ goals in their last two Premier League games at Anfield, scoring twice and assisting once, making the offer of 16/1 (17.00) on a Tottenham triumph start seeming remarkably good value.