Man City Arsenal takes centre stage as Paddy Power release new free bet offer for weekend

With the hectic Christmas schedule just around the corner all 20 Premier League teams are in action over this weekend and will be hoping to secure maximum points before the games start to come thick and fast as Paddy report a free bets offer for betting on any football match this weekend.

By far the biggest game of the weekend comes courtesy of Arsenal’s trip to Manchester City on Sunday, with both sides keen to further their respective causes in the league.

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City will be looking to bounce back after suffering their first defeat of the season against a fired up Chelsea last weekend that saw their lead at the top of the table cut to two, while Arsenal will want to stay in touch with their rivals in the race for a top four spot, all of whom have much easier ties than an away day in Manchester.

Manchester United could replace City at the top of the table at least temporarily when they go up against a badly out of form QPR side that have failed to pick up a win in their last six games.

That last win came against title hopefuls Chelsea so United will be wary of lighting striking twice at Loftus Road, while a lengthy injury list means Sir Alex Ferguson’s side must call upon the far corners of his squad.

Tottenham will look to get back to winning ways when the face Sunderland at White Hart Lane while Liverpool will be waiting to launch a raid on the top four when they face Villa.

Further down the table Blackburn will be hoping to recover from their devastating loss against Sunderland last week when they go up against West Brom, while Wigan face the small task of hosting Chelsea.

Newcastle are without a win in their last four and will look to get back to winning ways against Swansea, while in the remaining fixtures Wolves take on Stoke,  Everton go up against Norwich and Fulham face Bolton.

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