Paddy Power are currently running a great offer for new and existing customers in which you can bet on a team to win the Premier League this coming season and if your selection is top of the table at Christmas, you will receive your money back as a free bet, up to £20.
To take advantage of this offer you must place your bet before 13th August 2017 and the bet must be on the Premier League 17/18 Outright market. Your free bet will equal your first bet placed on the Outright market up to £20 and the free bet stake will not be included in any subsequent winnings. In cases where more than one selection is placed on the same bet slip, the selection with the lowest bet reference number will count towards this promotion. Any bets that you have partially or fully cashed out will not qualify for this offer and will be void. This bet applies to win singles and the win part of each way singles and applies to bets made online, on the mobile app and by phone or text. The offer does not apply to bets made in Paddy Power retail shops. When you partially Cash Out a bet; the remaining part of your stake will be treated as a live bet and will be considered a stake in the same way as a regular single bet.
Take at the look at the odds Paddy Power has on the Premier League 17/18 Outright market below;
As you can see, Manchester City are currently rated as favourites for the title following a huge summer outlay that has seen manager Pep Guardiola spend more than £200m on the likes of Kyle Walker, Danilo, Ederson, Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy. Expectations are high for Pep this season and if he fails to win the league then surely the pressure will be on the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager.
In my pre-season predictions, I picked Manchester United as my champions and they are available at odds of 10/3 with Paddy Power. Jose Mourinho has spent well this summer and the signings of Romelu Lukaku, Nemanja Matic and Victor Lindelof have made a strong squad even stronger. Mourinho commonly has a big second season at clubs and I expect that to be the case again this time around.