By Josh Powell | Money-Back Special
There are just two weekends of Premier League footy remaining of the 2012/13 season and the dreaded summer is approaching. Weeks are filled with endless transfer stories, meaningless friendlies on the other side of the world, and claims that your team’s kitman has scouted the next ‘Messi’ outside a chippy in the Costa Del Sol.
It gets to the point where even the footballing purists are craving that Saturday 3.00pm fix of Hull v Villa.
Fans are trying to get every last drop out of the final Premier League fixtures and Paddy Power is here to help. As punters plough into their Super Sunday accas Paddy is refunding losing five-folds or bigger on the win-draw-win markets if one leg lets you down.
Every punter has a losing acca story. You can hear up to three or four tales over the weekend about how that last-minute equaliser cost your pal a holiday. Players and officials are berated and sorrows are drowned.
Luckily there won’t be any last gasp heartbreak this afternoon as Paddy refunds your stake if one leg lets you down. With that in mind we’ve been mulling over today’s games with a fry-up this morning and here is the result. A decent 40/1 five-fold from The Paddy Power Blog.
Everton to beat West Ham – 8/15
West Ham haven’t won in nine league games against Everton. There have been 33 Premier League matches between these two sides and West Ham have won just six.
Liverpool to beat Fulham – 19/20
In the last seven head-to-heads both teams have won three each and there has been one draw. Fulham haven’t won in six league games though and failed to score in four of them.
West Brom to beat Norwich – 23/10
The Baggies have won on their last three trips to Carrow Road. Neither team is in great form but the Canaries have won just one in nine and haven’t kept a clean sheet in seven.
Sunderland to draw with Southampton – 11/5
Three of the last four meetings between these two at the Stadium of Light have ended all square. Southampton have drawn six of their last 11 away games in the league.
Manchester United to beat Swansea – 3/10
Swansea have travelled to Old Trafford nine times in their history. United have won seven of those games with two 1-1 draws back in 1933 and 1934. The Swans win against Wigan ended a run of seven without victory and United will want to see Fergie off in style.
Find out all of the odds on today’s games and take advantage of Paddy’s generosity by placing your acca on this afternoon’s Premier Leagues right here