Riiiiiiight… so there’s a big match in the Premier League this weekend.
Manchester United welcome Manchester City to Old Trafford on Saturday at 12:30pm in the battle for local bragging rights – and it’s fair to say a lot has changed since Pep Guardiola’s team smacked their local rivals 6-3 in the reverse fixture last October.
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On the blue side of Manchester, City find themselves locked in a proper title battle with Arsenal and need to avoid dropping points if they’re to cut the deficit to the team managed by Guardiola’s former apprentice.
While on the red side, the Erik ten Hag revolution at United is gathering pace and *whisper it quietly* they are starting to look pretty good again.
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United’s defence may have stopped giving out freebies but good ol’ Uncle Paddy hasn’t!
That’s right, the big man’s putting his hand in his wallet to give you a completely free Bet Builder to spend on the Manchester derby.
Sure, that sounds good… but what’s the catch? As long as you’re over the age of 18 and have previously deposited into your Paddy Power account with a debit card, Apple Pay or Paysafe then you’re good to grab a free Bet Builder.
Just scoot on over to the Paddy Power Promotions page from 9am on Thursday, January 12 to claim your completely free Bet Builder.
At this point, we should point out that your Bet Builder must comprise at least four legs to qualify. You also won’t be able to cash out or edit your wager once it’s placed so you’re best to wait until the team lineups are announced an hour before kick-off. Details of the starting XIs can be found on paddypower.com and the Paddy Power app.
Stuck on what to include in your completely free Bet Builder? Keep an eye on Paddy Power News as we’ll have plenty of tips and best bets from our starting line-up of pundits including Phil Thompson, Peter Crouch and Mark Lawrenson.
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