Football Tips: Phil Thompson’s 8/1 Turbo Treble for Saturday’s Premier League 3pms

Three selections from our No.1.

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Paddy Power ambassador Phil Thompson is lacing up his tipping boots, tucking in his shirt and making sure his socks are the perfect height to show off his bulging calves ahead of another Premier League weekend. It looks set to be a quality edition with the likes of Arsenal v Manchester United, Chelsea v West Ham and the Merseyside Derby all on the menu.

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Those games all get an individual grilling from Thommo elsewhere on Paddy Power News, but we turn out attentions to the legendary Thommo Turbo Treble right here. You know the drill by now, it’s three picks from the Saturday 3pm Premier League games all wrapped into one single bet with a lovely boosted price.

This weekend the fixture computer has focused the mind as Thommo’s only got three games to weigh up at 3pm. It’s Leicester v Aston Villa, Manchester City v Watford and Norwich v Newcastle in the cross hairs.

Thommo’s picking a result in each game and Paddy’s traders will give the price a boost and you’ll find it below his definitive verdict. So, let’s check out Thommo’s Turbo Treble for this Saturday’s 3pm Premier League games.

Thommo’s Turbo Treble

Just three games and I do fancy this one actually. No draws in this one, I’m going for Leicester to beast Aston Villa, Newcastle to beat Norwich and Manchester City to beat Watford as my 3pm treble this Saturday.

City are big favourites but Leicester and Newcastle will boost the value, I feel.

Manchester City, Newcastle and Leicester all to Win.

*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

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