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How to use William Hill’s bet £10 get £30 offer

Dean Carr 9 Feb 2018
  • New William Hill customers can get £30 in free bets this weekend
  • Below are our three tips for this weekend's Premier League action 
Jurgen Klopp takes his team to Liverpool this weekend

A key weekend of Premier League football starts on Saturday afternoon, starting with a bang at 12:30 when Tottenham face Arsenal in the north London derby, the first of its kind at the new Wembley Stadium. Other highlights include Man City hosting Leicester, Rafa Benitez and Jose Mourinho renewing their rivalry at St. James’ Park and Liverpool’s trip to Southampton on Super Sunday.

With William Hill offering new customers £30 in free bets when you stake £10,  here’s how you can take advantage of the 3 £10 bets in the Premier League this weekend.

Single - Stoke win v Brighton, £10 returns £22

Though met with real scepticism, Paul Lambert has had a positive impact at the Bet365 Stadium, with the Potters only in the bottom three on goal difference. Winning 2-0 against Huddersfield in the Scot’s opening game, Stoke will be targeting another victory at home to Brighton this weekend, despite the Seagulls 3-1 win over West Ham last weekend.

Chris Hughton’s side took advantage of a depleted Hammers team at the Amex Stadium last weekend, while Stoke will still be wondering how they came away with nothing from their trip to Bournemouth, eventually losing 2-1 after taking the lead. Stoke’s home form is going to be vital in the remaining 12 games of the season and I’m expecting them to make a positive start this weekend by taking three points from Brighton, who haven’t won away in seven, scoring just one goal in that time.

Favourites Treble - Man City, Man United and Liverpool to win, £10 returns £36.66

The current top three in the Premier League, Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool will all be backing themselves to pick up wins against Leicester, Newcastle and Southampton, respectively. League leaders Man City have been brushing teams aside with ease for much of the season, but didn’t have it all their own way last time out after drawing 1-1 against Burnley. That may well be bad news for the Foxes, who could be on the receiving end of City’s frustrations at the Etihad.

Manchester United have been performing well of late, winning six of their last seven in all competitions, doing so without necessarily being spectacular in their performances. Jose Mourinho hasn’t won at St. James’ Park during his managerial career, though this is first trip to the Magpies as United boss and Rafa Benitez’s men haven’t won in eight at home. As for Liverpool, they saw off Southampton 3-0 the last time the two sides met at Anfield and have a man in Mohamed Salah currently playing at the top of his game. The Reds have won six of their last eight away from home in the Premier League and look great value to do so once again.

Draw Double - Huddersfield v Bournemouth, Swansea v Burnley, £10 returns £93

As much as Huddersfield are struggling at this moment in time, their emphatic 4-1 win over Birmingham in the FA Cup in midweek should give them a timely confidence boost, now finding themselves in the bottom three ahead of this weekend. Losing four of their last nine at home, three of those results have come against top-four sides, and they have drawn two of their last four at home. Bournemouth are unbeaten in seven on the road, famously beating Chelsea 3-0 on their last road game, but would probably accept draws away from home if they continue to win their home games.

Swansea meanwhile are arguably the most improved team in the Premier League, showing their continued development in midweek with a huge 8-1 win over Notts County in the FA Cup. It showed a new side to this team, who have been getting their victories thanks to defensive shape and stubbornness in recent weeks. Burnley will take confidence from picking up a draw at Manchester City last weekend and are one of the best teams at staying in games, meaning I can see them picking up a point at the Liberty Stadium this Saturday.

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How to use William Hill’s bet £10 get £30 offer

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