Super Boost: Liverpool, Brighton and Leicester all to win (5.0), with Paddy Power
Not got a Paddy Power account? Sign up, bet £10 on this Super Boost and you will get £50 in Free Bets.
Liverpool, Brighton and Leicester all enter this weekend as overwhelming favourites in their games, which all kick off at 3pm on Saturday, and Paddy Power are offering a fantastic subscribers-only boost involving all three.
Liverpool and Brighton will be targeting Champions League qualification this season, and here they find themselves facing opposition that will be content with simply avoiding relegation. It is a similar story for Leicester, who welcome Cardiff to the King Power Stadium, a side who stayed up last season thanks to a six-point deduction for Reading.
As if these picks weren’t appealing enough already, Paddy Power are offering a boosted price on all three sides to win their respective games this weekend if you subscribe to their email updates.
They are clearly feeling generous as the boost takes all three to win from the regular price of 2/1 all the way up to 4/1.
If you’re a new customer you can get set up for the start of the Premier League season via our link below, allowing you to back this Saturday 3pm Super Boost. You’ll also get £50 in free bets to stake on whatever you fancy!
Here’s how to claim this incredible Super Boost:
2️⃣ Back Liverpool, Brighton & Leicester to win via one of the bet links in this article.
3️⃣ If Liverpool, Brighton & Leicester are all victorious, you’ll take home the winnings at a generously boosted price
*Available to new and eligible customers. Bet restrictions and T&Cs Apply. Minimum deposit required. Free bets are paid as bet credits and are available for use upon settlement of qualifying bets. Minimum odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude bet credits stake. Time limits also apply.
Liverpool v Bournemouth, Wolves v Brighton, Leicester v Cardiff
Liverpool thrashed Bournemouth 9-0 in last season’s fixture at Anfield, and though the Cherries are much improved from that game, few would expect anything other than a home win here. Bournemouth may have beaten Liverpool at the Vitality late in the season, but rode their luck, with Salah missing a penalty and Liverpool having three times as many shots as the team from the south coast. There is little to suggest lightning will strike twice in a row here, Bournemouth looked like a team still figuring things out under new manager Andoni Iraola last weekend and though Liverpool are not the finished article either, they should have enough to secure all three points here.
Brighton meanwhile are away at Molineaux. They may have lost some significant players this summer, but they thrashed Luton without getting out of first gear last weekend, and though Man United’s poor showing made Wolves look good on Monday night, the Seagulls are clearly the better side. Wolves manager Gary O’Neil has had barely a week to work with his new players, and though they can be composed on the ball, scoring goals and creating chances still looks a huge issue. If Brighton can score first to get their noses in front, as they so often do, Wolves will struggle to find a way back into the game.
Finally, Leicester play host to Cardiff in the Championship. So far, their return to the second tier has been a happy one, with two wins in two games, including a tricky fixture against last season’s play-off final losers Coventry and then a 1-0 win against Huddersfield. The Foxes may have seen some departures, but their squad still ranks amongst the best in the division. Cardiff meanwhile threw away a two goal lead away at Leeds, before slumping to a 2-1 defeat against QPR, who were battered 4-0 on the opening weekend by Watford. There are fewer places to go to tougher than the King Power in the Championship, and any kind of result for the Welsh side looks very unlikely.
Written by an Andy verified content writer
18+ Please gamble responsibly.