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Paddy Power paying Extra Place Special for Ascot on Saturday

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We are into the final day of what has been another great Royal Ascot Festival. But that’s no reason to be down because there are still some great action to come. You have the great Grade 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes to come on Saturday from Berkshire with Limato heading up the field at a price of 5/2 with Paddy Power. There is as well, the popular Hardwicke Stakes with Dartmouth clear of the rest of the pack at a price of 2/1. But in between all of that top action, you have some competitive races to look at as well and for three of them, you can grab an extra place for your horse racing betting. Paddy Power are paying 4 PLACES for Each Way bets at 1/5 odds in the 16:20 Diamond Jubilee and the 17:35 Queen Alexandra Stakes and 6 PLACES for Each Way bets at 1/5 odds in the 17:00 Wokingham Stakes at Ascot on Saturday. This offer applies to Win or Each Way market only and to singles and multiples. This will apply to bets placed from 10 am on the day. On top of that, there is a Money Back Special at Paddy Power to enjoy as well. If your horse finishes 2nd, 3rd or 4th to the SP Favourite in the 14:30 Royal Ascot and 15:40 Royal Ascot on Saturday, Paddy Power refund your losing single stake as a free bet. Applies to singles placed pre-race only. Your qualifying bet will be your first bet placed on the Win or Each Way Market on each selected race. In cases where more than one selection is placed on the same bet slip, the selection with the lowest bet reference number will count towards this promotion. Register an account with Paddy Power and enjoy up to £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them and enjoy superb horse racing betting coverage with them.
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Paddy Power offer 14 UP for New Zealand v British & Irish Lions

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So the big day has arrived, it is the first test between new Zealand and the British & Irish Lions and were are set for a real heavyweight duel. The Kiwis haven’t lost at Eden Park in 23 years and the Lions will need all of their will power, grit and determination to get themselves into the mix against the greats. The Tourists are heavy underdogs for the first test but if they can call on some warrior spirit, Captain Peter O’Mahoney could lead the Lions to something special. However, it is never going to be easy against the all-mighty All Blacks in their own back yard. Paddy Power pays you as a winner straight away if your team goes 14 points up at any stage in the game. This applies to pre-match singles in the Win-Draw-Win market only and not on the draw selection or handicap markets. Your bet will be paid out in full if your team is winning by 14 points at any stage in the match regardless if your selection goes on to draw or lose the game. Note though that if your selection is leading by 14 points and goes on to win the match your bet will not be paid as a winner twice. There is no max bet applied to this offer and where you partially Cash Out a bet; the remaining part of your stake will be treated as a live bet and will be considered a stake in the same way as a regular single bet. Register an account with Paddy Power and earn £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from.
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Royal Ascot Betting Money Back Special at Paddy Power

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Punters will be turning their betting attention to Royal Ascot this week as the Festival gets its annual renewal. The Festival boasts 30 races across the five days of action and with football on a summer break, then horse racing betting gets even more attention. In total there are eight Group 1 races going off across the five days and on Tuesday, two for the feature races are the 2.30 and 4.20pm The 2.30 pm Festival Opener is the Queen Anne Stakes, what should be a thrilling Group 1 race which is being headed up by the powerful Ribchester who no-one has been able to touch in the betting market. Later in the afternoon, we get to see one of the star attractions of the entire festive, Churchill going out in action in the St James’s Palace Stakes where he will look to get the better of Barney Roy once more. If your horse finishes 2nd, 3rd or 4th to the SP Favourite in the 14:30 Royal Ascot and 15:40 Royal Ascot on Tuesday, Paddy Power will refund your losing single stake as a free bet. This offer is open to both new and existing customers and applies to win singles and the win part of each way singles only. There is a Max free bet refund £25 per customer per race and the free bet will be available to use on any horse racing market for 7 days from when it is credited. Paddy Power will be running this offer on two races every day through to June 30th, 2017.
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Paddy Power offer Extra Place Special for Royal Ascot Tuesday

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After the thrills of the Classics season, next up on the calendar from British racing is the famous Royal Ascot Festival. This starts on Tuesday, June 20th and brings some of the top runners like Ribchester and Churchill to the Berkshire show. Punters can revel in 40 races across the five days of action and online betting site Paddy Power are offering their customers extra places on four of the day’s races. At 3.10 there is the Coventry Stakes with Brother Bear having stayed strong at the head of the betting market at a price of 4/1 with Paddy Power, but Monday saw some heavy support coming in for De Bruyne Horse at 6/1. In the King’s Stand Stakes, there has been no splitting Marsha and Lady Aurelia at the of the market, with the two of them at 3/1 joint-favourites. Later in the afternoon, there is the Ascot Stakes with Ryan Moore shooting for the win in the saddle of Thomas Hobson who is 4/1 favourite and they day’s action rounds off with the Windsor Castle Stakes With Declartionofpeace, Nootka Sound and Elizabeth Darcy all trading well at the head of the market. Paddy Power are paying 4 PLACES for Each Way bets at 1/5 odds in the 15:05 Coventry Stakes and the 15:40 King's Stand Stakes and 5 PLACES for Each Way bets at 1/5 odds in the 17:00 Ascot Stakes and the 17:35 Windsor Castle Stakes at Ascot on Tuesday. This offer from Paddy Power is open to both new and existing customer and it applies to 'Win or Each Way' market only. Go and register an account with online betting site Paddy Power and claim £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them as well.
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India v Pakistan ICC Champions Trophy Final – Cricket Betting Odds

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The two old rivals meet for the second time in the tournament when they come together for the ICC Champions Trophy Final on Saturday. You can be assured that the Oval will be rocking because when these two met at Edgbaston in the group stage, the sheer atmosphere alone was remarkable and it helped produce a fantastic match between the two nations out on the pitch. India won that encounter by an emphatic 124 runs through the D/L because rain reduced the contest to 48 hours per side. But India were never in trouble in the match as they opened with 319/3 and then Pakistan only made it to 164 all out in response. So that was a lopsided contest, but since that defeat, Pakistan have come alive. They beat out South Africa in a thrilling contest and then edged past Sri Lanka in a scrappy affair.

India v Pakistan ICC Champions Trophy Final Betting Odds

India 4/9, Pakistan 7/4 But then they were back to their brilliant best as they were against South Africa as they took out hosts England in the semi final. It was another display of brilliant bowling from them and they destroyed England’s powerful batting line up. But that is the thing with Pakistan, on their day they are either brilliant or woeful and you just never know which side is going to turn up. India overcame a shock defeat against Sri Lanka in the group stage to put themselves into the semi finals where they faced up against Bangladesh. It was a bit of curse for India in the match as they easily chased down Bangladesh’s modest total of 264 from their innings. India got there with just the loss of one wicket and that, combined with their imperious win over South Africa in the groups stage to ensure that they got to the knockout stage, shows what a force they are. India have triumphed in 12 of their 15 previous 50-over World Cups, World Twenty20s and Champions Trophy matches against Pakistan. They have the top two batsmen in the tournament in their line up, with top scorer Shikhar Dhawan trading at 3/1 to be the top India Batsman at Paddy Power in the match, which is the same price as the tournament's second highest scorer Rohit Sharma and then you can throw in Virat Kohli at 13/5 who is the fifth top scorer in the tournament so far. That’s some impressive batting that India have. But then you have the dangerous and sometimes unpredictable bowling attack of Pakistan. Hasan Ali with his ten wickets in the tournament is the top bowler so far and Junaid Khan has backed up well with seven wickets to his name from just host three matches played. So if this does come down to to a battle between Pakistan’s power bowling or India’s power batting which is most likely to win out? Pakistan have thrilled in their wins over South Africa and England on the way to the final, but once again they may come up short against their biggest rivals. The batting composure that is there from India, who are no strangers to what Pakistan are going to throw at them with the ball, is likely going to win the day. Back India to successfully retain their title Paddy Power are running their promotional still for the final of the ICC Champions Trophy. Back a match winner before the game starts and if your team scores 300 or more runs (which is par for the course these days), but fails to win the match, then Paddy Power will give you your match result stake back as a free bet. There is a maximum one free bet of £20 per customer in this one and it applies to the first bet placed on the match. Register an account with Paddy Power and earn £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them and then early a weekly free bet in the VIP Loyalty Club!
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Paddy Power pays out on Conor McGregor v Floyd Mayweather Jr fight happening

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Paddy Power has paid out on the Conor McGregor v Floyd Mayweather Jr boxing bout taking place. There has been growing speculation in the press that an official announcement is about to be made and the bookmaker decided to jump the gun and just pay out. They pulled the plug on the market this week after cutting the odds on the somewhat controversial fight to happen to 1/100 which came about after reports surfaced that a venue had already been booked for the super fight (probably Las Vegas) between Mayweather, one of boxing’s legends and UFC fighter McGregor. The payout will cost Paddy Power €1,500, with the biggest individual winner collecting €382 having placed €200 on the box office clash happening at 10/11 back in January. Asked about the payout on the super fight spokesperson Paddy Power, said: “This saga has seen more changes than McGregor’s outfits but it now looks a done deal and we’ve decided to throw in the towel. “The fight looks set to be the biggest in history and might even eclipse both men’s egos.”

Floyd Mayweather Jr v Conor McGregor Betting Odds

1/10 Floyd Mayweather 33/1 Draw 6/1 Conor McGregor Mayweather is the overwhelming 1/10 favourite with Paddy Power to win the bout with McGregor available at 6/1 to hand the boxing legend his first ever defeat. Register an account with online betting site Paddy Power and earn up to £30 worth of free bets from them as a welcome bonus.
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Paddy Power offer 10/1 enhanced odds on Real Madrid to win

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Real Madrid are on the brink of history. If they beat Juventus in Cardiff on Saturday night in the final of the UEFA Champions League, then they will be the first side to successfully retain the title in its current format. They are level in the previous head to head with opponents Juventus, but the Spaniards are on a four-match winning streak against Italian sides and they are favourites for this one. Real Madrid only lost one game en route to the final and that was on the road at rivals Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals and they have hit the back of the net in each of their twelve games this season in the competition. This is the third time in four seasons that they have been in the Final and their strike rate in the Final itself is perfect. They have won each of their five previous Champions League Final appearances and overall have won 11 of their previous 14 European Cup Finals. Register an account with Paddy Power and take 10/1 enhanced odds on Real Madrid to win. This is a new customer exclusive only and after registration and an initial deposit (customers using Moneybookers or Neteller to deposit will not qualify for this offer) of a £10 minimum, go and place a FIRST BET up to a maximum of £10 on Real Madrid to beat Juventus (90 minutes only). If your selection wins, you will be paid in cash based on the normal price on site and will have the extra amount, bringing the bet up to the cumulative 10/1 payout, credited in free bets. The maximum stake for this offer is £10 and free bets get credited in increments of £10 and expire after 30 days. This Paddy Power enhanced odds offer expires at 19:45 on Saturday, June 3rd and applies to singles only, any bets with any match result selection in a multiple will be settled at the normal price.
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Andy Murray v Juan Martin del Potro French Open Tennis betting

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Well, the biggest game of the French Open 2017 so far will take place on Saturday from Roland Garros. It is the third round in the men’s draw and World Number One Andy Murray will be facing off against Juan Martin del Potro. These two famously met in the 2016 Olympic Gold Medal match which the Brit won, but when they met up in the Davis Cup a month later, it was the Argentine who got the better of the contest. Murray is still looking like he is finding his feet and again, and just as in the first round, Murray needed four sets to progress as he battled past Martin Klizan to set up this third round clash with Del Potro. It’s been a tough year for illness, injury and form for Murray and he is an outsider in the French Open betting at Paddy Power. He still isn’t at 100% in health and naturally with the lack of matches this season, consistency is not there.

Andy Murray v Juan Martin Del Potro French Open Odds

Andy Murray 4/11, Juan Martin del Potro 9/4 So he is going to get a test against Del Potro, who was nursing a groin problem in the second round when his opponent Nicolas Almagro retired. Del Potro missed the Australian Open because he wanted to rest his body and because of his own injuries over the past few years, he is only ranked 30th in the world at the moment and that is why he will continue to run into the big seeds in tournaments, earlier rather than later. Can Del Potro dig deep enough to punish the lacks of concentration that Murray has already had in this tournament? The two have met nine times before and Murray leads that head to head with a 6-3 record. The most recent meetings were those 2016 clashes in the Olympic Final and in the Davis Cup. They have met twice on clay and the head to head is 1-1 from those meetings. But they haven’t met on the dirt since the ATP World Tour Masters 100 Madrid 2009 which Del Potro won in straight sets. Murray carried a 16-7 win record into Roland Garros this year while Del Potro was 11-6. This is likely going to be a tough game for both of them and there’s no reason not to expect this one to over three sets. Four sets in the match at Paddy Power is a price of 13/8 while a five-setter fetches a price of 5/2. With the problems that both of them have had this season, it is a real coin-toss when it comes to a winner, but whoever does come out on top will be all the better for it. Murray is carrying a -4.5 Games Handicap at 5/6 for the match with Paddy Power.

French Open 2017 Odds

Rafael Nadal 4/7, Novak Djokovic 5/1, Stan Wawrinka 9/1, Andy Murray 11/1, Dominic Thiem 12/1, Juan Martin del Potro 33/1, Kei Nishikori 33/1, Marin Cilic 50/1, bar 66/1 Online betting site Paddy Power have a French Open Tennis Betting special running at the moment. If your backed selection in the match outright goes two sets up in the match at any time, Paddy Power will pay you out as a winner, regardless of whether or not your selection goes on to win the match or not! You won’t be paid out twice though if he goes two sets up and wins the match. This offer runs through to French Open betting in the men’s draw through to June 11th. Register an account with Paddy Power and earn up to £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus.
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Paddy Power ICC Champions Trophy Cricket Money Back Special offer

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England’s cricketers go as favourites to win the ICC Champions Trophy this month as they have some good form behind them as well as home soil. Can Eoin Morgan's side, which boasts tremendous batting power, be able to march their way to their first ever title? They are favourites after beating South Africa in a recent ODI series, but there is plenty of stiff opposition around. The Proteas boast the best batting line up of all sides, Australia arguably have the best bowling attack while India just look so well rounded that we are in for a thrilling tournament. Get your money back as a free bet at Paddy Power if your team scores 300+ runs but fails to win. This offer applies to every ICC Champions Trophy match from June 1st through to June 8th.

ICC Champions Trophy Cricket Betting Odds

England 11/4, Australia 3/1, South Africa 7/2, India 9/2, New Zealand 9/1, Pakistan 20/1, Sri Lanka 33/1, Bangladesh 50/1 So at Paddy Power, get your money back as a free bet if your team scores 300+ runs but fails to win and this carries a maximum refund of £20 per customer as a free bet. The offer applies to the customer's first bet on the match result market on each match only and does not apply to in-play bets, nor to cashed out bets. Free bets will be credited before 12pm the following day and be available for 7 days. One free bet per customer per match. Register an account with Paddy Power and you can receive £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them.
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Andy Murray v Martin Klizan French Open Tennis Betting Odds and Preview

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Andy Murray came through his opening test at Roland Garros with a 3-1 set victory over Russia’s Andrey Kuznetsov. Now he goes on to take on Slovakia’s Martin Klizan, who is the world number 50 in round two. Murray hasn’t been carrying form this season and this is the most vulnerable that he has looked going into a Grand Slam for quite some time. Murray is 1/12 to win this second round match. He produced a bit of a sluggish start and lost the second set against Kuznetsov in the first round, with the Russian breaking Murray’s serve four times in the match. But Murray started to gain momentum after pulling out a tremendous response to a lob which pretty much changed the momentum of the match. He did go on to produce some confident drop shots in the match as well as getting some clinical backhand shots away as well. He still doesn't look at his world number one best, but this is just a matter of one step at a time for Murray and it did get better for him the more the match wore on. Murray has met Klizan just the once before which was in Vienna last year and Murray took the win 2-1 indoors. Until Murray really starts finding his feet it is again worth a punt on an Andy Murray 3-1 set victory at Paddy Power for a price of 11/4. Online betting site Paddy Power have a French Open Tennis Betting special running at the moment. If your backed selection in the match outright goes two sets up in the match at any time, Paddy Power will pay you out as a winner, regardless of whether or not your selection goes on to win the match or not! You won’t be paid out twice though if he goes two sets up and wins the match. This offer runs through to French Open betting in the men’s draw through to June 11th. Register an account with Paddy Power and earn up to £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus.
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