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Premier League Betting Tips this weekend: Claim your Sky Bet Free Bet with this Acca

By Dean Smith

Published: 18:00, 21 January 2022

Sky Bet are offering new customers the chance to claim £20 in free bets when they place a £5 bet.

We’ve researched the Premier League games this weekend to create our suggested Premier League bet of the week, shown below.

Fixture Tip Odds
Leeds vs Newcastle Leeds Win & BTTS 5/2
West Ham Vs. Manchester United Over 2.5 Goals 8/13
Arsenal Vs. Burnley Arsenal Win to nil 6/5
Overall Tip Odds: 11.44/1 Potential Returns: £62.20 (CLAIM HERE)


Using Sky Bet’s bet £5 get £20 offer, if you sign up and place the bet above you can return £62.20 & if the bet loses you can still claim your free £20 bet. We’ll walk you through how to sign up below.

How to claim the Sky Bet Free Bet this weekend

Bookmaker Offer Bonus Code
Sky Bet Free Bet Get £20 in free bets when you bet £5 No Code Needed: CLAIM HERE


Sky Bet’s Free Bet is really easy to claim. Simply follow the above link over to the Sky Bet page and hit ‘Join Now’ to register for an account — the promo code will automatically be applied when signing up through this page.

Once on board, place a £5 bet on odds of ‘evens’ 1/1 or greater to qualify and claim your two £10 non-withdrawable free bet tokens. Bare in mind the free bets can be redeemed against any single or each-way market, excluding virtuals, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

Our Sky Bet BTTS Tips For This Week Explained

Toon’s new recruits too late to the party for buoyed Leeds

The Toon so far have flattered to deceive in the transfer market, with defensive enforcements likely to arrive too late for Howe’s men. Trippier arrives to deliver a better attacking threat but they’re still lacking at the heart of the back, with Norwich( 43) the only team to leak more goals than the magpies.

Leeds aren’t much better at keeping clean sheets either, conceding 39 themselves but will be buoyed by a great result at the London stadium West Ham and we expect them to win this premier league war of attrition with their greater quality on the front end of the pitch.

Goals Expected as the Hammers Visit The Theatre of Dreams

West Ham have the habit of rising to the occasion against the “bigger” teams in the league, with wins at home to Liverpool and Chelsea, alongside a great showing in a narrow 2-1 loss to Manchester City. One thing all of these games have in common is goals, more than 2.5 of them at that!

This is a crossroads match for Manchester United who finally ended a run of poor performances to claim a morale boosting win at Brentford in the week, but it wasn’t without a scare and another excellent performance from De Gea as the Bee’s recorded more shots (18) and shots on target (9) than the Red Devils (13 &5). With quality across the forward lines of both teams and the tendency for high scoring games, we’re backing over 2.5 goals in Salford.

Burnley lack sufficient firepower to halt the Gunners

Burnley are in the unenviable position of being rooted to the bottom of the league, and their attacking record has been dismal also, only outsourcing Norwich (10). Losing Chris Wood to relegation rivals and Maxwel Cornel bidding for Afcon glory certainly will not help the cause as they’ve contributed to 9 of the Clarets 16 goals this season.

Arsenal have been able to secure the results this season against the teams they’ve been expected to beat, and it’s hard to see that stopping any time soon. Only the top 3 teams have more shots per game than the Gunners, who have found imperious form in the league, winning 4 games in a row whilst scoring 14 goals and conceding just once prior to a very unfortunate last-gasp 2-1 loss to runaway leaders Manchester City.


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