New Betfair sign-ups can also get 4/1 enhanced odds on Chelsea to beat Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge in Saturday’s late kick-off.
For those who prefer an accumulator, Betfair are offering new customers special odds of 30/1 on Everton, Chelsea, Southampton and West Ham to all win on Saturday.
Finally, if you have a Betfair account already, new Paddy Power customers can get 20/1 on Chelsea, Everton and Southampton to all win.
The Red Devils have been in much better form in recent weeks. Van Gaal’s side have only lost one of their last seven Premier League games. Sunderland, meanwhile, are winless in four top-flight outings. New Betfair customers can get 5/1 enhanced odds on Man Utd to beat Sunderland.
Diego Costa scored an added-time equaliser to rescue a 1-1 draw with Man Utd last weekend and maintain Guus Hiddink’s unbeaten start to his second spell in charge. Newcastle have lost their last four away games in the Premier League. New Betfair sign-ups can get 4/1 enhanced odds on Chelsea to beat Newcastle.
As already mentioned, Chelsea will fancy their chances of beating Newcastle given the Magpies’s miserable away record in recent months. Everton host struggling West Brom fresh from their 3-0 win at Stoke last time out. Southampton are also on the rise and will fancy their chances against Swansea. West Ham make the trip to relegation-threatened Norwich after knocking Liverpool out of the FA Cup mid-week. The Tipster is offering new Betfair customers enhanced odds of 30/1 on Chelsea, Everton, Southampton and West Ham to win. The max bet on this offer is £10.
Anyone without a Betfair account can get the special odds of 30/1 on Chelsea, Everton, Southampton and West Ham to win by opening one through this link before kick-off at 15:00 GMT on Saturday afternoon.
For those with a Betfair account already, Paddy Power are offering new sign-ups the chance to get 20/1 enhanced odds on Chelsea, Everton and Southampton to win.
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