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No Lose Accumulator: Even the Paddy Power Blog is having a go

This weekend punters are getting their money back if their acca loses, so we've had a punt on a 464/1 shot

by Josh Powell | October 23, 2013

Paddy Power is rolling out one of his biggest football offers ever. After a solid week of magic mushrooms, the boss has decided to give punters their money back on all Premier League accas if they don’t win.

On a scale from business genius to financial madness, Paddy is twerking in a mankini somewhere in the distance. He can’t even see the scale.

Punters are getting their money back as a free bet for next week’s football if their acca doesn’t win, essentially making it a free shot at glory. There’s nothing the Paddy Power Blog team loves more than relaxing on a pile of money, eating fine steak, and drinking the best wine, so here’s a 464/1 acca for the weekend.

If it loses, what the hell? Paddy is giving us our money back! We may lose our dignity this weekend, but we won’t lose any cash. If it wins we’ll be on the piss till Christmas.

Crystal Palace v Arsenal

Paddy Power Blog says: Arsenal 4/11

  • In 33 meetings between these two sides Place have won just three times
  • Arsenal have lost just one of the last 18 Premier League games
  • Palace have lost every one of their last five games by two or more goals

Aston Villa v Everton

Paddy Power Blog says: Draw 23/10

  • Seven of the last nine meetings between these two sides have ended all square
  • 48 per cent of Everton’s away games in the top flight since the start of the 12/13 season have finished level

everton manager roberto martinez

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Liverpool v West Brom

Paddy Power Blog says: Liverpool 2/5

  • In the seven Premier League games between these two sides, Liverpool have won five, but West Brom have won the last two
  • Liverpool have lost just two of the 13 league games at Anfield since the start of 2013
  • West Brom lost 58 oer cent of their away games last season

Man United v Stoke

Paddy Power Blog says: Man United 1/3

  • Stoke haven’t won at Old Trafford since April 21 1976
  • Stoke have won just two of the last 15 away from home
  • Manchester United have lost just one of six home games this season

Norwich v Cardiff

Paddy Power Blog says: Norwich 6/5

  • Norwich have lost five of their last seven top flight games
  • Cardiff have won just one of their last six Premier League matches
  • Cardiff have won just once in their last six trips to Norwich

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Southampton v Fulham

Paddy Power Blog says: Southampton 8/13

  • Six of the last ten meetings between these two have ended all square
  • Southampton have lost just one of 10 games this season in all competitions
  • Fulham have played a top half side three times this season and lost them all

Sunderland v Newcastle

Paddy Power Blog says: Newcastle 13/8

  • Sunderland have won just one of the least ten Tyne-Wear Derbies at the Stadium of Light
  • The Black Cats have lost nine and drawn three of the last 12 top flight matches
  • Newcastle have lost just two of the last nine games in all competitions

Chelsea v Man City

Paddy Power Blog says: Chelsea 11/8

  • City have won just two of their 16 Premier League matches at Stamford Bridge
  • Chelsea have won 11 and drawn one of their last 12 home games in the Premier League
  • Manchester City have dropped points away to Cardiff, Stoke and Aston Villa this season

Jose Mourinho wink

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Swansea v West Ham

Paddy Power Blog says: Swansea 8/11

  • West Ham have won just two of their 14 Premier League games away from home in 2013
  • Swansea have lost just one of their last five games at home in all competitions
  • Since 1999 these two have met at the Liberty Stadium twice with Swansea winning both.

Tottenham v Hull

Paddy Power Blog says: Tottenham 4/9

  • Of the 12 games between these sides at White Hart Lane, Hull have won just one.
  • Hull have lost three of their four Premier League games on the road this season
  • Tottenham have won six and drawn one of their last eight games in all competitions

This is pretty much a visual representation of how we will react to our winnings (although we all most of us have more hair and better-fitting jeans…


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