Betting tips: Watford v Leicester odds, kick-off time and betting preview

The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 7/1 on Leicester to beat Watford on Saturday

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Leicester are 7/1 to beat Watford on Saturday Photo: Betfair

Leicester City have the chance to cement their Premier League title credentials with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur meeting in Saturday’s north London derby.

The Foxes will make the trip to Watford at Vicarage Road in Saturday’s late kick-off as Claudio Ranieri’s side look to make a swift return to winning ways.

Leicester drew 2-2 with West Brom at King Power Stadium on Tuesday night but the stalemate proved a point gained after Arsenal and Tottenham lost.

Only Arsene Wenger’s side and Liverpool have beaten Leicester in the Premier League this season.

Elsewhere, the Premier League’s in-form side in 2016 so far, Chelsea, host Stoke City, and Everton will take on West Ham at Goodison Park.

Here is a round-up of Premier League betting odds and best new customer offers on Saturday’s games, including a very tempting enhancement on the leaders, Leicester.

Please note: All of the betting offers featured in this post are time-limited and are subject to removal.

Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool and Leicester – 25/1

Chelsea haven’t lost a game since Guus Hiddink replaced Jose Mourinho in December. So the Blues are naturally favourites to beat Stoke. Everton will look to cement their recent good form with victory over West Ham. Leicester will face a potentially tricky assignment at Watford. On Sunday, Liverpool make the trip to Crystal Palace. New Betfair customers can get 25/1 enhanced odds on Chelsea, Everton, Leicester and Liverpool to win. Click here to sign up for this offer.

For those who prefer a bet on some European football and already have a Betfair account, Paddy Power are offering new customers enhanced odds of 20/1 on Real Madrid, Man City, Chelsea, PSG and Bayern Munich to win. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Leicester to beat Watford – 7/1

Leicester have only lost three times in the Premier League this season so it is hard to imagine an upset at Watford on Saturday. The Foxes have shown resilience to navigate some banana skin fixtures in recent weeks. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 7/1 on Leicester to beat Watford. Click to sign up for this offer.

For those with a Paddy Power account already, Betfair are also offering new customers enhanced odds of 7/1 on Leicester to beat the Hornets. Click to sign up for this offer.

Aguero, Costa and Firmino to all score any time – 27/1

Diego Costa has scored 10 goals and has made six assists in 15 games in all competitions since Mourinho was sacked. The Spain striker found the net against Norwich mid-week, too. Roberto Firmino scored on Wednesday night as Liverpool beat Man City 3-0. Sergio Aguero may not have found the net on Wednesday night, but the Argentina international will relish the visit of Aston Villa. New 888sport customers can get 27/1 enhanced odds on Aguero, Costa and Firmino to all score over the Premeir League weekend. Click to sign up for this offer.

What time does Watford v Leicester kick off?

Leicester face Watford at 17:30 GMT at Vicarage Road on Saturday 5 March 2016. The game will be live on Sky Sports 1 in the UK.

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