Super Sunday : Chelsea v Swansea, Arsenal v Man Utd odds as punters eye Robin Van Persie goalscorer offer

Its Chelsea v Swansea, Arsenal v Man Utd as Paddy Power release the latest odds & a new free bets offer on Robin Van Persie goalscorer markets.

The popular Dublin based firm have announced they will refund certain bets should the Dutch star score the last goal of the game, which is sure to appeal to punters as Alex Ferguson’s side make a return to the Emirates as new Premiership Champions.

Arsenal and Manchester United go head-to-head in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon and although this fixture isn’t the title-deciding encounter that it used to be, it should still be a scintillating 90 minutes of action from the Emirates Stadium.

Super Sunday: Paddy Power Free Bets Offer

Its definitely an interesting Sunday of Premiership football, as Paddy Power celebrate with a free bet offer worth £250/€250 to customers to spend on the match! They’ll also refund certain bets should Robin Van Persie score the last goal of game at the Emirates! – claim here!

claimed their 20th league title on Monday evening as they beat Aston Villa 3-0, so Sir Alex Ferguson’s side are going to come into this one in excellent spirits.

There is no doubt that this is a bigger game for Arsenal though as they might be down in fifth position by the end of the weekend if Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur both win their respective matches.

The Gunners come into this tie in god form as they have won four of their last five and currently occupy third space in the Premier League.

Arsene Wenger is sure to have his players up for this one and a quick start is what the Frenchman will be after as United could take a while to get going following their celebrations earlier in the week. The home side taking the spoils can be backed at 5/4, which might be a little bit short given the quality of their opposition.

Oliver Giroud is suspended for this one as he was sent off at Fulham on Saturday afternoon, so someone like Lukas Podolski could be given the task of leading the line this time out.

Theo Walcott seems to be fully-fit now as well and he is likely to be in the starting eleven this weekend. You can back the Englishman to score the first goal of the game at 7/1, which could be decent value.

As for Manchester United, although Sir Alex Ferguson would have been delighted with the performance from his side on Monday night, he won’t allow them to take their foot off the gas in the final four games as they still have Chelsea’s record points tally in the Premier League in their sites.

One thing you are guaranteed from United is hard work and a hunger to win, so they won’t be taking this one lightly at all.

Robin van Persie is the man many are talking about in the build up to the Super Sunday fixture, and not just because he is returning to his former employers for the first time.

Van Persie scored a stunning hat-trick on Monday evening and took his top flight tally for the season up to 24. He can expect a less than pleasant welcome from the home fans, but with the form the Dutchman is in, that isn’t likely to bother him.

It is no surprise to see the former Arsenal man leading the way in the first goal-scorer market and you can back him at tempting odds of 11/2.

United look good value to win here at 12/5 and if they can play at their best, there is no doubt the Red Devils can win this one.

All the action gets underway from 4pm on Sunday afternoon. Don’t miss this one.

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