Money back if game ends in a draw as weekend Paddy Power bets refund offer proving popular

Premier League football is back with  Paddy Power free bets offer proving popular with punters, the Dublin firm reports.

With such a competitive industry the jovial Irish firm has announced that it will refund losing stakes should any Premier League game finish in a draw, in addition to their existing offer of a £250 free bet and stakes refunded as a free bet if a team lets you down in your weekend accumulator (5+selections).

In an increasingly competitive marketplace the firm hopes that its new offer will give them a competitive advantage, as well as offering new and existing customers a new incentive.



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After a busy World Cup international coupon, the Premier League is back, kicking off in what appears to be a mouthwatering clash at St James Park as Newcastle take on Liverpool.

It certainly looks like a game where the goals could flow, with Loic Remy finding his goalscoring touch with five goals in the last six. Brendan Rogers will be hoping Luis Suarez will not be too jet lagged as his star asset returns from a flight from Uruguay to lead the line along with Daniel Sturridge, in a game which looks like a cracker.

Manchester United will be hoping to get their season back on track as they take on a stubborn looking Southampton side. Things have not gone according to plan, and despite unearthing another new talent in Adnan Januzaj the Red Devils continue to look a little short.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side are literally buzzing at the moment and in Danny Osvaldo and Rickie Lambert they look a handful going forward. 5/1 on the away win is sure to attract plenty of attention from punters, as is the 9/4 on offer on the Saints to score first.

Could we see another shock at Old Trafford?

The evening kickoff sees Manchester City making the trip to Upton Park to take on West Ham. The Hammers surprised many a pundit with their 3-0 victory at Tottenham in their last game, and there’s no doubt Sam Allardyce will be hoping his side can kick on with another good display.

Three points is obviously a must for City as Manuel Pellegrini looks to maintain their title ambitions, and in Alvaro Negredo they have one of the form players.

The striker found the net in both Spain games midweek and looks a handful, with the 13/8 to score anytime sure to appeal to many.

As well as being the Editor in Chief of SqueakyBumTime, Bobby is also a Swansea City fan (before they reached the promised land).