Betting tips: Back Man City, Barcelona & three more to win at 10/1!

Betting tips: Paddy Power are offering new customers a BANKER five fold at enhanced odds of 10/1!

The Tipster
By The Tipster
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini

The Tipster is feeling generous this weekend, so is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 10/1 on Manchester City, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich all to win.

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Elsewhere, he is backing Wayne Rooney to score and over 2.5 goals when Manchester United take on newly-promoted Burnley at Turf Moor in Saturday’s early kick-off.

In the evening fixture, our resident betting expert is tipping Steven Naismith to score and Everton to win or draw with Chelsea at Goodison Park.

Man City, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern all to win – 10/1*

The Tipster has a great offer for new Paddy Power customers this weekend. He is offering Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich to win at a hugely boosted price of 10/1. The Citizens face Stoke City at The Etihad and La Liga champions Atletico take on Eibar. However, Barcelona, Bayern and Real all face away day assignments. Still, the Tipster thinks new Paddy Powers customers should avail of the quintet to all win at *special odds of 10/1.

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Over 2.5 goals in Burnley v Man Utd – 5/6

It is difficult to see the Red Devils keeping a clean sheet in this fixture, particularly after their 4-0 loss to MK Dons in midweek. Burnley suffered a 3-1 loss to Chelsea in their first Premier League game at Turf Moor this season. The Tipster the reckons the way to go is goals. Over 2.5 goals looks a good bet at 5/6.

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Rooney to score any time in Burnley v Man Utd – 11/10

United captain Rooney will be restored to the starting line-up following the midweek embarrassment at Burnley. The England international was made Three Lions skipper on Thursday, and he will be keen to cap the feat with a second goal of the season. Rooney to score any time is 11/10.

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Everton to win or the draw v Chelsea – 4/6

Everton gave Arsenal a scare last weekend as the Toffees held a 2-0 lead half-time lead before surrendering their advantage, allowing the visitors to rescue a point. Roberto Martinez’s side were 1-0 winners against the Blues at Goodison Park last season. The Tipster likes the look of Everton to win or draw against Chelsea at 4/6.

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The long shot: Naismith to score first v Chelsea – 10/1

Naismith continued his goal-scoring form last weekend as he netted against the Gunners. It means the Scotland international is the Premier League’s form striker alongside Diego Costa. Naismith netted the winner in a 1-0 victory over Chelsea in this fixture last season. The Tipster’s long shot is Naismith to score first at 10/1.

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