Backing the Premier League sides to win would get you odds of around 11/1 at present, and these enhanced odds of a href=”http://pdy.pr/ReviewPP” target=”_blank” rel=”nofollow”>35/1 are available for a limited time ahead of Saturday’s games.
Arsenal take on Lyon in their first clash at the Emirates Cup, Chelsea play Paris Saint-Germain as they continue their pre-season preparations, and Manchester United face Champions League holders Barcelona.
Anyone without a Paddy Power account can make the most of these special enhanced odds by signing up with the Irish bookmaker through this link before Arsenal kick off at 16:15 BST on Saturday 25 July 2015.
Petr Cech could get his first run-out in an Arsenal shirt at Emirates Stadium on Saturday as Arsene Wenger’s men take on Lyon at their home ground in the second match of the north London club’s annual curtain raiser.
The Gunners are currently priced at odds of around 8/15 to beat the Ligue 1 side at their home ground on Saturday afternoon.
Chelsea take on PSG looking to avenge their Champions League exit at the hands of the French club last season.
Jose Mourinho’s men are priced at odds of around 11/8 to beat PSG in this blockbuster pre-season showdown.
Manchester United, meanwhile, are also up against top opposition on Saturday evening, when they take on Barcelona as part of their tour of North America.
Louis van Gaal’s side have looked in decent form during their recent pre-season games and are priced as the 21/10 outsiders to beat the Champions League holders in their next clash.
Backing all three Premier League sides to win would net you odds of around 11/1 with most bookmakers, so Paddy Power’s enhanced odds price boost to 35/1 is naturally likely to tempt plenty of punters into a flutter before kick-off on Saturday afternoon.
To get the special enhanced odds, simply open a Paddy Power account through this link and back all three teams to win at the normal price on site. If your bet is a winner, your new account will be topped up as per the terms and conditions set out on this page.
MORE: Man United latest news
MORE: Arsenal latest news
MORE: Chelsea latest news
MORE: Liverpool latest news