Free Bet Offer: Get a £/€5 Bet Builder for Liverpool v Tottenham with Paddy Power

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In the words of Elton John, Saturday night’s alright for fighting – and there’s a lot worth slugging it out for in this weekend’s mahoosive Premier League clash between Liverpool and Tottenham.

Jurgen Klopp’s quadruple-hunting outfit can leapfrog Manchester City at the top of the table – for at least a day – if they continue their incredible unbeaten run by claiming all three points in front of the Anfield faithful.

Saturday 19:45 – Liverpool v Tottenham
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Despite some Spursy results in recent weeks, Tottenham can climb above bitter rivals Arsenal into the Champions League spots – again, for at least a day – if they pull off a famous victory.

With so much on the line, how can it get any better? Enter, Uncle Paddy. He’s digging deep into his pocket and dishing out a completely free £/€5 Bet Builder for you to spend on Liverpool v Tottenham.

The great news is that the offer is live right now on the Paddy Power website. All you have to do is scoot on over there to redeem your freebie and you’re good to go.

There are a few T&Cs to speed through before diving in, however. It’s a maximum of one free £/€5 Bet Builder per customer and it applies to all pre-match Bet Builder bets for Saturday’s Premier League match between Liverpool and Tottenham. Customers must have previously deposited with a debit card, Apple Pay or Paysafe to be eligible.


You need a minimum of two or more legs for your punt to qualify as a Bet Builder and once you place your Bet Builder using the free bet, you’re unable to cash out or edit your wager so it’s probably best to wait until the team lineups are announced an hour before kick-off. You can find the starting XIs on or via the Paddy Power app.

Well, what are ya waiting for? Click HERE to redeem the offer!

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