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Paddy Power Celebrate Return of Premiership with Red Card Free Bets Special

by Lewis Jones

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Finally the day all football fans have been waiting for, dawns upon us, as we bring you the latest free betting offers on the internet. The 21st season of the Premier League is set to get underway on Saturday, the 18th of August and like every season, this one also promises to take us through the various emotions of joy and despair, thrill and suspense, ecstasy and agony.

Paddy Power bookmakers are celebrating the return of the Premiership with a free bets offer – New customers can claim up to £250/€250 in free bets on any football match this weekend – they’ll also refund bets if there is a red card in the game you bet on! Pick up this exclusive offer with Paddy Power here! Exclusive to CaughtOffside.com – Get involved!

Though it will be difficult to emulate the last season in terms of excitement and last-minute drama, we certainly hope that this one would continue to produce beautiful, attacking and fast-paced football, something which the Premier League is famous for.

All the talk going into this weekend has been for the move of Robin Van Persie, who has joined Manchester Utd from Arsenal. Much has been made of the rights or wrongs of his decision, but there’s no doubt punters have seen this as the missing piece in Alex Ferguson’s title ambitions, and have been lumping on at 9/4 for the Red Devils to steal the Premiership title back.

Manchester City face newcomers Southampton in their opener on Saturday. Predictably, they are 1/5 to take all three points, but the Saints are one side Mancini would have wanted to miss as they start their campaign. Always the potential banana skin, Nigel Adkins side can be backed at a big price of 18/1 to shock the Champions.

Arsenal are still rocking from the departure of the star striker, but  Arsene Wenger has spent well in the summer and brought in some experienced European campaigners in Lukas Podolski and Oliver Giroud to fill the void left by the

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