Good to Grand: Here’s how you can turn a tenner into over £1,000 this weekend

Here's our picks to turn your £10 into nearly a glorious grand this weekend...

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Well, unfortunately the action from the Premier League, but lovers of Good to Grand fear not because it’s going nowhere soon!

With a super summer of sporting action ahead we’ve decided to be as mixed up as Sean Spicer at a White House press briefing and bring in some other sports as the football season draws to a close.

The FA Cup final and next week’s Champions League final will provided us with final bites at football, but we’ve still come up with a tasty punt that could turn your £10 note into a great grand for you to get your choppers into!

Let’s tell you how to land it!

Net some great Premier League punts at PaddyPower.com

First off, we’re predicting that Arsene Wenger’s Gunners can fire themselves to a third FA Cup crown in four years against a Chelsea team who’ve been parting like it’s 1999 since the won the Premier League two weeks ago.

Moving back across the Irish Sea, we believe Munster can succeed where Leinster failed last week by beating the Scarlets in the Pro 12 Final. After all they are on the back of a stunning seven wins on the bounce.



Next we’ve a ‘nag-ging’ feeling about Washington DC, who went close at Newmarket last time from an unfavourable draw. Seems best over 5f and can go close in Haydock’s feature the Group 2 Temple Stakes 4.05pm .

Our final fight on Saturday throws down at Bramall Lane as we’re fancying Kell Brook to knockout a win against Errol Spence Jr in his home city.

The last leg of our fabulous five-fold comes from the Ulster Championship as neighbours Tyrone and Derry have a dust-up. We’re going with our columnist Owen Mulligan in believing Tyrone are the far superior side here and they can cover the (-3.0) handicap with ease against an out of shape Derry outfit.

£10 returns £1,125

Bet summary:

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* All prices correct that time of posting.

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