Betting tips: Get 8/1 enhanced odds on Leicester to beat Tottenham

The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 8/1 on Leicester City to beat Tottenham

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Can Leicester City continue their good form against Spurs? Photo: Paddy Power

The FA Cup third-round replays continue on Wednesday night, and the Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers 8/1 enhanced odds on Leicester City to beat Tottenham Hotspur.

The Irish bookmaker is feeling particularly generous this Wednesday, and new Paddy Power sign-ups can also get 4/1 enhanced odds on Liverpool to beat Exeter City.

Anyone without a Paddy Power account can get the special enhanced odds of 8/1 on Leicester City to beat Tottenham by opening one through this link before kick-off at 19:45 GMT on Wednesday night.

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Leicester City to beat Tottenham – 8/1

The Foxes have been in good form in recent weeks despite their 1-1 draw with Aston Villa at the weekend. Leicester are unbeaten since Boxing Day. In addition, Claudio Ranieri’s side drew 2-2 with Tottenham in the third round at White Hart Lane before a 1-0 win in the Premier League in north London. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 8/1 on Leicester to beat Tottenham.

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Liverpool to beat Exeter City – 4/1

Liverpool have haven’t won any of their last three games in all competitions since their stalemate at St James’s Park. But Jurgen Klopp will eye the visit of Exeter as the ideal opportunity to get some momentum going. The Reds haven’t lost a cup game at Anfield so far this season. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 4/1 on Liverpool to beat Exeter.

Anyone without a Paddy Power account can get the special enhanced odds of 4/1 on Liverpool to beat Exeter City by opening one through this link before kick-off at 20:00 GMT on Wednesday night.

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Leicester to miss a penalty v Tottenham – 22/1

Remarkably, 8,843 people dropped Riyad Mahrez from their Fantasy Football team ahead of Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Aston Villa. The Algerian, of course, went on to miss a spot-kick. However, they weren’t as fast-fingered as the 28,845 who traded out the Leicester man following his penalty miss at Bournemouth last month. Leicester to miss a spot-kick on Wednesday night is a very tempting 22/1.

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