Find out how you can ‘win bigger’ on the Champions League this week thanks to Paddy Power’s Kicker

After PSG and Bayern Munich dished out some European hammerings last week, here's how you can boost your winnings this time around with PP Kicker

What do you mean you haven’t heard of Kicker? Have you been living under a rock for the last two weeks? Kicker is only Paddy Power’s new and exclusive product that means the more your team win by, the more you win.

OK, so the shrewdies among you will have realised this is a product we launched last year, but don’t let that voice of reason obstruct our wonderful marketing spiel. The Kicker product is actually good – and we’re not just saying that because our PP bonuses are due out in March (*give me more money*).

Basically it’s very simple. If you add a Kicker to your win-draw-win pre-match football bet, the more goals your selected team wins by, the more your return goes up… And the more cash ends up in your pocket. Perfect when you fancy a PSG or Bayern Munich-style hammering.

To get kicked off, just place a bet on your football team to win. For example, Leicester haven’t scored a goal in the whole of 2017 and are a dilly-ding dilly-dong away from the drop – so we’re sticking €10 on Seville to beat them in Spain.

You can see from the image above, that if I check the little box for “Add a Kicker to your bet” , I can boost my winnings if Sevilla win by three, four or five or more goals. Suddenly my winnings are up to the €46 mark when the five-time Europa League winners dish out a four goal spanking.

Sevilla have only lost three games at home this season – and they were to Barcelona (twice) and Juventus so they were hardly embarrassing defeats. They’ve only failed to hit the onion bag once in their 11 home games in La Liga this year and have bagged 22 goals in their nine wins.

The Foxes on the other hand have been as catastrophically poor as a Donald Trump press conference. On the road in the league Leicester are still to win a game, and only Bournemouth and Hull have leakier defences away from home.

All the signs point to a tough night for Claudio Ranieri’s men, and while their probably won’t be a Jamie Vardy party, you can still tear up the dancefloor thanks to Kicker!

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