Betting tips: Leicester to beat Arsenal at 15/1 enhanced odds

The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 15/1 on Leicester City to beat Arsenal

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Can Leicester beat Arsenal at The Emirates? Photo: Paddy Power

The Premier League title race heads to The Emirates on Sunday afternoon, and the Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 15/1 on Leicester City to beat Arsenal.

For those who fancy Arsene Wenger’s men to halt Leicester’s current form, new Betfair and Paddy Power customers can also get 5/1 enhanced odds on Arsenal to beat Leicester.

Finally, for those who like a bet on La Liga, new Betfair sign-ups can get 5/1 special odds on Barcelona to beat Celta Vigo, with a max bet of £5.

Anyone without a Paddy Power account can get the special odds of 15/1 on Leicester City to beat Arsenal by opening one through this link before kick-off at 12:00 GMT on Sunday afternoon.

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Leicester City to beat Arsenal – 15/1

Leicester answered their doubters in emphatic fashion last weekend with an impressive 3-1 win at Man City. The Foxes have only lost two games this season. Furthermore, Claudio Ranieri’s side have the best away record in the Premier League. New Paddy Power customers can get 15/1 enhanced odds on Leicester to beat Arsenal.

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Arsenal to beat Leicester City – 5/1

Arsenal will fancy their chances of ending Leicester’s three-game winning run. The Gunners are one of only two teams to beat the Foxes in the Premier League this season. In addition, Arsenal were 2-1 winners in this fixture last term. New Paddy Power customers can get 5/1 enhanced odds on Arsenal to beat Leicester.

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For those with a Paddy Power account already, Betfair are also offering new sign-ups 5/1 enhanced odds on Arsenal to beat Leicester.

Barcelona to beat Celta Vigo – 5/1

Barcelona will look to cement their position at the top of the table on Sunday evening. The Catalan side have won their last five La Liga games. Barca will want to make amends for their 1-0 loss in this fixture last season, too. The Tipster is offering new Betfair customers enhanced odds of 5/1 on Barcelona to beat Celta Vigo.

Anyone without a Betfair account can get the special odds of 5/1 on Barcelona to beat Celta Vigo by opening one through this link before kick-off at 19:30 GMT on Sunday evening.

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