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Liverpool vs Tottenham: How to get a free £5 Bet Builder
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Liverpool and Tottenham headline the Premier League fixtures this weekend in a clash that will have implications on both the title race and the battle for the top four.
Liverpool are one point behind Man City in the tussle for the title and know that a win in this match will see them return to the summit of the Premier League, albeit perhaps for just under 24 hours. It would be another psychological boost for the squad though, after the made it to the Champions League final in midweek.
Tottenham and Arsenal are battling for a top four finish, with Arsenal just holding the advantage. With the two sides playing each other next week though, they know that every point counts and a result here for Spurs could end up being the difference between Champions League football and Europa League football next season.
It’s sure to be a thrilling weekend of action and Paddy Power are offering you the chance to claim a £5 free bet builder to use on Saturday evening’s match.
How to claim
- Visit Paddy Power via this link
- Receive a £5 free bet builder bet to use on the Liverpool v Spurs game this weekend.
PREMIER LEAGUE FIXTURES THIS WEEKEND
Saturday 07 May
Brentford v Southampton (3pm UK time)
Burnley v Aston Villa (3pm UK time)
Chelsea v Wolves (3pm UK time)
Crystal Palace v Watford (3pm UK time)
Brighton v Manchester United (5:30pm UK time)
Liverpool v Tottenham (7:45 pm UK time)
Sunday 08 May
Arsenal v Leeds (2pm UK time)
Leicester v Everton (2pm UK time)
Norwich v West Ham (2pm UK time)
Manchester City v Newcastle (4:30pm UK time)