16/1 on Liverpool, Man Utd & Chelsea to win proving popular

Its another busy weekend of Premier League football with three cracking matches to get stuck in to, as Paddy Power enhance the odds of the Liverpool, Man Utd and Chelsea win to a whopping 16/1!!

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Its surely one of the bets of the weekend, boosted from a lowly 4/1, as all three sides are expected to pick up wins against sides who are not in the best of form.

PLUS they’ll refund your stakes if the bet doesn’t come in, so it really is win win.

First up Liverpool take on Aston Villa, with the Reds already showing signs that they have turned a corner.

Its now only one defeat in their last nine in the league as Reds fans suddenly have hopes of a top four finish, and there’s little doubt that another three points should be on the cards as they take a visit to stuttering Villa.

Paul Lamberts side continue to hover precariously over the relegation zone, with the side seemingly unable to put any sort of run together.

Its now six games without a win in the Premier League, and with only one goal scored in those last six, the signs do not look good coming into the game.

The Reds are definitely banker material here.

Likewise, Chelsea must be backed heavily to overcome a Swansea side still reeling with the departure of Wilfred Bony, who left for Manchester City this week.

The Swans only managed a draw in their last game with West Ham at the Liberty, and it was a match which Garry Monk’s side were fortunate to come away with anything.

Jose Mourinho will want to keep a hold on the Premier League summit and three points for the Blues is definitely one for the accumulator.

Manchester United suffered a setback at Old Trafford against Southampton last week, but it would take a foolish punter to back against them as they take on relegation threatened QPR.

Rangers got into all sort of bother after a 3-0 loss against Sheffield Utd in the FA Cup last weekend, with players almost fighting with their own fans at the end of the game, and its now five games without a win in all competitions for Harry Redknapp’s side.

Morale seems to be at an all time low this season at Loftus Road and the Manchester Utd win rounds off a very handy looking accumulator for the weekend.

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