Arsenal vs Manchester City: Get money back as CASH if you lose, plus 147-1 tips, prediction and preview – 18+ T&Cs apply | The Sun

PADDY POWER are offering punters up to £20 back as cash if their bet on Arsenal vs Manchester City loses.

New customers who sign up and stake £20 on the Premier League showdown at the Emirates Stadium will get their money straight back if they're not successful!

Bet £20 and get it back as CASH if it loses*

How to claim..

Paddy Power special

  • Visit the Paddy Power website using this link HERE*
  • Open a new account using Promo Code: YSKWEX
  • Deposit a minimum of £10 using a Card
  • Place a £20 Sportsbook bet. For the purposes of this promotion, your first ever bet will be counted as the qualifying bet
  • If your qualifying bet is settled as a loser – Paddy Power will refund you stake in CASH up to £20
  • You refund will be processed within one hour after the qualifying bet has been settled

Bet £20 and get it back as CASH if it loses*

It's the big one!

Premier League leaders Arsenal welcome reigning champions Manchester City to the Emirates Stadium for a top-of-the-table showdown.

The Gunners boast a three-point advantage having played a match less.

But the history books suggest that lead could vanish given Citizens boss Pep Guardiola is unbeaten against Arsenal in the Premier League, winning 11 of 12 fixtures.

Wednesday's game is the first league meeting between the two sides this season, but City won their FA Cup meeting recently with a weakened starting XI.

Arsenal have lost just two of their first 21 fixtures so far this campaign but they have shown signs of slowing down after defeat to Everton and a home draw with Brentford.

On the other hand, City are at risk of losing three consecutive away league fixtures for the first time since July 2020.

147-1 Bet Builder special

Arsenal vs Manchester City

A bet builder allows Paddy’s punters to pick from multiple markets for a single event across a range of sports and combine them into one bet.

  • Ben White – Player Shown a Card
  • Kyle Walker – Player Shown a Card
  • Erling Haaland – Player To Score
  • Bukayo Saka – Player To Score

Bet £20 and get it back as CASH if it loses*

The stakes are high and that could well see a draw play out. So we're backing an exciting 2-2 draw at odds of 11-1.

New Paddy Power customers can follow our tip and if we're successful – you'll win £240 from a £20 stake!

If we're wrong, you get your money straight back as cash. It's as simple as that.

But if you fancy going for something a little bit bigger (OK, a lot bigger), then you can back our four-fold bet builder that's been boosted to 147-1.

  • Our selections are: Ben White – Player Shown a Card, Kyle Walker – Player Shown a Card, Erling Haaland – Player To Score, Bukayo Saka – Player To Score

£20 on that will return £2,978 if it comes in.

Bet £20 and get it back as CASH if it loses*



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