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Premier League Betting Tips: Get a boosted 5/1 on both teams to score in Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City this weekend

19:15 BST 14/04/2018
Gabriel Jesus, Manchester City
The two Premier League heavyweights meet at Wembley on Saturday night, and dabblebet are offering an enhanced price on them both finding the net

Manchester City travel to Wembley looking to shake off a calamitous week in the Premier League and the Champions League.

Two defeats to Liverpool sandwiched a 3-2 home loss against local rivals Manchester United, in which City squandered a two-goal halftime lead.

There’s not much let up for the champions-to-be, either, as Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to rub salt into the wounds of Pep Guardiola by taking all three points.

5/1 on Both Teams To Score

To mark what could be a defining match for both teams, dabblebet have a new customer offer of both teams to score boosted to a huge 5/1 (6.0) from just 1/2 (1.50)! T&Cs apply, £5 max bet. New customers only.

You don’t have to rely on either team winning this grudge match, you just need both teams to find the net. The bookies are banking on a goalfest in the capital, with dabblebet offering just 6/10 (1.60) on over 2.5 goals and 7/5 (2.40) on over 3.5.

Winnings in cash, not free bets

The best part is yet to come. All winnings are paid in cash, not free bets, so if both teams score then you will pocket a cool £25. No rollover or wagering requirements, just money.

dabblebet have paid out on six of these offers in the space of just a month, and this one will surely prove to be as popular as ever.

Goals galore

Both teams have found the net in 16 of Spurs’ 32 Premier League games this season and in 17 of City’s, setting the stage for yet another goal-filled game between the sides.

Indeed, this bet would have paid out in 10 of the last 13 meetings between these two.

With Harry Kane back and desperate to catch up to Mo Salah in the Golden Boot race, Spurs should have few problems netting at Wembley – as they have done in every home game bar one this term.

City, meanwhile, will be aiming to bounce back from a miserable week with a win here and look set to score for the 24th away game out of their last 25.