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Newcastle v Manchester City Odds : Enhanced price of 8/1 on away win attracting all the attention

Breaking Newcastle v Man City odds as Irish firm announce odds of 8/1 on weekend treble featuring Liverpool & Chelsea.

Popular Irish unit Paddy Power announced this morning that they are offering an enhanced price from 3/1 to 8/1  if Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool win their respective games this weekend, as the firm braces itself for a flurry of activity from customers.

With Manchester City crushing all beneath them at the moment, and Chelsea and Liverpool set to triumph over their opponents Hull and Stoke, there’s certain to be plenty of activity heading into a busy weekend coupon in England’s top flight.

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Irish firm increase price from 3/1 to 8/1
Paddy Power have announced they are offering 8/1 on the treble of Liverpool, Chelsea and Man City all to win this weekend (was 3/10) for all new customers.

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In-form Manchester City will bid to move top of the Premier League, for 24 hours anyway, when they travel to take on Newcastle at St. James’ Park.

Manuel Pellegrini’s side have been in stunning form in recent weeks with their 6-0 win over West Ham midweek in the Capital One Cup semi-final their 12th success in a 14 game unbeaten run.

That run has seen the club move up to second in the table and put one foot in the league cup final with the only real blot on the copybook the 1-1 draw with Blackburn in the FA Cup, a result that adds an additional game to an already congested fixture list.

The club are just one point behind Arsenal in the standings with some strength in depth, boosted further by the return to training of Micah Richards and the injury-hit Stevan Jovetic, City will fancy their chances in the second of the season.

Martin Demichelis is back in contention after making his comeback from injury midweek however top scorer Sergio Aguero (calf) and Jack Rodwell (hamstring) are definitely out.

Dedryck Boyata is also out as he serves a suspension for the red card he picked up on FA Cup duty at Blackburn Rovers.

Newcastle however will offer a stern test for Pellegrini’s and his men. Alan Pardew’s side are currently 8th in the table and have lost just two twice (Arsenal and Hull) at home.

A surprise defeat at the hands of Cardiff in the FA Cup last time out will only increase the determination around the club to clinch a European place this season and with Loic Remy and Yoan Gouffran in strong goal scoring form they have the firepower to trouble the City defence.

The Magpies will also be very keen to avoid their defeats to City earlier in the season. The club looked disjointed and disinterested when they crashed 4-0 on the opening day of the season and while they have improved considerably from that shambolic display they also lost 2-0 at home to the same opposition in the Capital one cup in October.

Pardew will be without skipper Fabricio Coloccini and the suspended Matthieu Debuchy for the game although Tim Krul and Yohan Cabaye are set to return.

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