Rich Weekend ahead for Premier League fans

Betway has properly prepared for the upcoming weekend, which is rich in football events that players from United Kingdom will surely enjoy. Manchester United is expected to defeat Sunderland relatively easy, but the odds are simply too low to be appealing to punters. That’s why BetVictor is willing to turn the heat up a notch by inflating them to 3/1, with this campaign being aimed exclusively at new clients.

Good things happen in the Scottish championship as well, for those who are interested in this competition and Rangers take on Falkirk this weekend. The odds for the favorites to prevail stood 9/4, but they have been significantly increased by Ladbrokes to 3/1, for those who are willing to bet on Rangers to win and both teams to score. If you are uncertain about the number of goals in that particular match but fancy accumulator bets, then you will probably find great value in odds of 5/24 Rangers, Marseilloe and Bayern to win. Those who bet on Manchester city to defeat Liverpool will benefit frm odds of 6/1.

If you prefer rugby and are yet to open an account with Betfair, then you should know that the bookie has odds of 5/1 on Ireland and England to win. The €100 worth of free bets is also available to those who participate in this campaign, although it is restricted to new customers. This is only one of the numerous offers that players can choose from when opening an account here and football fans will have their hands full.

Odds of 3/1 are offered on Manchester United to defeat Sunderland and those who bet on the Derby of London have to choose between two distinct options. On one hand, they can bet on Chelsea to defeat Tottenham at odds of 4/1, or they can aim for the bigger return on investment of 12/1 for the sports to prevail at Stamford Bridge. The highlight of the week is the match between Manchester city and Liverpool, with the bookie offering odds of 7/1 on Liverpool to win and 6/1 on Man City.

The lure of the first division is obviously going to keep players at the edge of their seats, but action doesn’t stop in the other competitions. If the match ends undecided in the Capital One Cup, Paddy Power is still going to pay players if they win in overtime. The qualifying markets are the first and last goalscorer as well as the anytime goalscorer on all the games in this tournament.

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