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Busy weekend as Paddy Power announce free bets offer on UK football

With the packed Christmas schedule fast approaching all the Premier League teams in action this weekend will be desperately seeking to set themselves up with three valuable points this weekend as Paddy announce a free bets offer.

Newcastle’s tough period continues as they go straight from back to back games against both Manchester clubs into a difficult fixture against Chelsea.

Paddy Power have been in touch to tell us they will offer free bets worth £100 to all SqueakyBumTime visitors to spend on the weekend football! Backing Newcastle to beat Chelsea at home at 3/1 could net you £300! Claim your exclusive free £100 bet offer here!

Alan Pardew’s side will have renewed confidence after their controversial point against United at Old Trafford while Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has endured another week of tough questions after their second defeat against Liverpool in ten days.

The David v Goliath tie of the weekend comes courtesy of Norwich’s trip to Manchester City, with Paul Lambert’s men given the daunting task of being the first team to defeat the league leaders in the Premier League this season.

City will be looking to follow up their Carling Cup victory over Arsenal in mid-week with a solid win to take into the festive period, while the Canaries know the three points they picked up against QPR last week alleviates any pressure on them to get a result.

Manchester United face a trip to Aston Villa on Saturday as they seek to keep the pressure up on City, and with the strong words of Sir Alex Ferguson ringing in the Red Devils ears after their shock defeat against Crystal Palace on Tuesday, an improved performance is a must.

Tottenham will look to make it 11 games unbeaten as the travel to the woefully out-of-form Bolton, while, if reports are to be believes, Blackburn boss Steve Kean faces losing his job if he comes away from his side’s game against Swansea with anything less than three points.

Manager-less Sunderland face Wolves as one half of Super Sunday alongside Everton and Stoke, while Arsenal travel to relegation-threatened Wigan with the hope of keeping the pressure up in the race for a top four spot.

QPR face West Brom on Saturday at Loftus Road, while Monday’s fixture sees Liverpool travel to west London to take on Fulham.

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