Well known brand Paddy Power announced this morning that they are launching an improved free bets offer, as well as refunding certain bets in a particular Premiership match should that game end in a draw.
Its all part of a new marketing strategy from the popular Dublin based firm, as the well known high street brand looks to set itself apart from competitors in an already saturated market place.
There’s certainly plenty of choice for potential new customers, with the refunded stakes on the draw already proving popular with punters in what is a full Premiership coupon this weekend.
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First up on BT Sport is the early kickoff between Sunderland and Southampton (12:45), as Gus Poyet looks to continue his side’s resurgence in form.
The Black Cats have only tasted defeat once in their last six games, and there’s no doubt Poyet will see this as a winnable fixture at the Stadium of Light.
Saints fans will be hoping all the off field talk involving manager Mauricio Pochettino does not effect the side, with Southampton still nicely placed in the Premiership.
Manchester City will once again be looking at a dominant display as they face Cardiff City at the Etihad Stadium (KO 15:00).
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have now taken only one point out of a potential 15 in their last five, and a visit to an imperious looking City side will do little to raise hopes in Wales.
In the evening kickoff, Liverpool take on Aston Villa at home (17:30),with the 12/1 on the away win surely too big to ignore.
The Reds have been dominant in front of their home fans this season, but there could be a bit about Villa to catch them off guard, especially as Christian Benteke has finally broken his scoring duck, finding the net against Arsenal last week.
Moving onto Sunday, Swansea will be looking to turnaround in fortunes against Tottenham (13:30)
Michael Laudrup’s side have now gone seven games without a win in the Premiership, and there will be many a Swans fan looking over their shoulder at the relegation trapdoor.
There are no such worries for Tottenham. who seem to be playing with renewed confidence following the appointment of Tim Sherwood as manager and with three consecutive wins look to have too much for the Welsh side.
The game of the weekend then takes place at Stamford Bridge (16:00) as Chelsea take on Manchester United. Remarkably, Jose Mourinho is still yet to taste defeat at home as manager in the Premiership, and there’s no doubt many expecting another three points.
David Moyes is struggling to win over the Old Trafford faithful, however their 2-0 win over Swansea last week will have come as a welcome relief.
Its certainly a very busy weekend, with some mouthwatering fixtures for Premiership fans.