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Paddy Power free bets plus refund should any Premier League match ends in a draw this weekend

Its a bumper coupon this weekend, with Tottenham Chelsea, Man Utd West Brom, Swansea Arsenal, as Paddy Power free bets are once again available on the football – Read more in this article here 

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The Premiership returns once more as football fans are in for another treat Saturday lunchtime as Tottenham entertain Chelsea at White Hart Lane to kick off the weekend coupon.

Its been a period of transition for both these clubs with Andres Villas-Boas building his side without the talents of Gareth Bale, while Jose Mourinho has returned to the Bridge and found a multitude of treats in the form of some big names.

Finding the right combination and including the likes of Eden Hazard, Willian, Juan Mata, Oscar, Frank Lampard has proved problematic.

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Sat 12:45 Tottenham (13/8) Draw (9/4) Chelsea (17/10)
Sat 15:00 Aston Villa (6/1) Draw (3/1) Man City (1/2)
Sat 15:00 Fulham (evs) Draw (12/5) Cardiff (14/5)
Sat 15:00 Hull (11/8) Draw (9/4) West Ham (2/1)
Sat 15:00 Man Utd (3/10) Draw (9/2) West Brom (9/1)
Sat 15:00 Southampton (1/2) Draw (3/1) Palace (6/1)
Sat 17:30 Swansea (9/4) Draw (23/10) Arsenal (5/4)
Sun 13:30 Stoke (evs) Draw (23/10) Norwich (3/1)
Sun 16:00 Sunderland (9/2) Draw (13/5) Liverpool (4/6)
Mon 20:00 Everton (18/13) Draw (11/4) Newcastle (5/1)

The continued absence of David Luiz & Juan Mata in particular has left plenty of Chelsea fans scratching their heads and with Samuel Eto’o once again misfiring up front, the time could be right for Fernando Torres to come back in to the side.

Villas-Boas continues to build at the Lane and has spent wisely – Roberto Soldado has settled into the side quickly and Christian Eriksen looks a handful in midfield.

The 13/8 on the home win looks too difficult to ignore, considering Chelsea are sure to have one eye on their Champions League tie away at Steaua Bucharest on Tuesday.

The Blues are still rebuilding and finding the right system, while Spurs look the more settled, and we’re happy to back them at 13/8 with Paddy Power.

Manchester United’s victory over Liverpool in the Capital One Cup midweek will have been a much needed boost in confidence to David Moyes side following their 4-1 thrashing by rivals City last Sunday.

Much has been made of that performance, in particular a midfield that suddenly looks devoid of any creativity. The arrival of struggling West Brom should prove the perfect tonic however, as the Baggies price of 11/1 speaks volumes as to their chances.

3/10 is no price to be backing a uninspired Manchester Utd side, while the 5/6 offered on West Brom with a two goal headstart with Paddy Power could be the call in this one.

Football fans should be in for a treat at the Liberty Stadium as Swansea entertain Arsenal in the Saturday evening kickoff. Both these sides have already played some beautiful passing football this season and we could be in for a cracker.

Michael Laudrup has already signaled his intentions by fielding a very weak side against Birmingham in the Capital One Cup midweek, and his starting line up should be refreshed coming into this one.

Arsene Wenger’s side have themselves impressed so far this term, playing some attractive football and the addition of Mesut Ozil and the fine form of Aaron Ramsey has fired the Gunners top of the league.

With a settled back four and a midfield which could out pass even Arsenal themselves, Swansea will be a tough nut to crack at home.

Instead, the 7/4 on over 3.5 goals with Paddy Power looks plenty of value.

Elsewhere, Manchester City look to have too much for a Christian Benteke – less Aston Villa side, and the 1/2 on the away win looks one to add to the weekend accumulator.

With pressure building on Martin Jol, Fulham look a good bet at 11/10 to beat a Cardiff side lacking a little bite up front. Dimitar Berbatov should return to the fold after injury and a narrow home win looks on the cards.

Southampton have been playing out of their skins at the moment and should follow up their victory at Anfield last week with another win over Crystal Palace. Neil Holloway’s side already look out of their depth in the Premiership and Mauricio Pochettino’s men should taste further success this weekend.

1/2 is no price to be backing the home win however, instead go for Southampton to win to nil which can be backed at 5/4 with Paddy Power.

In Sunday’s game Sunderland could surprise a few by beating Liverpool at a very handy price of 9/2.

The well respected Kevin Ball will oversee the reigns at the Stadium of Light for this game, and while Luis Suarez should return to the line up he does look short of match fitness as the Reds suddenly look a little short of ideas going forward.

The loss of Phillipe Coutinho in midfield is a big loss to Liverpool and the Black Cats could catch them cold following the dismissal of Di Canio.

9/2 looks too big to ignore.