Aston Villa v Arsenal Money Back Deal

Aston Villa v Arsenal Money Back Deal

If you have never bet In-Play then now is the time to try with Paddy Power’s latest football deal – the Aston Villa v Arsenal money back deal, However if you have bet In-Play before then you will also appreciate this great deal. Simply place a correct score bet In-Play before the second half and if your prediction is wrong and there are no goals scored in the remainder of the game then Paddy Power will refund your stake as a free bet!

In-Play betting is a great way to wager on sporting events as you can study the way a match or game is going and make an educated bet during play. Paddy Power has a great interface for the In-Play market making it easy to place bets, leaving you to enjoy the game.

Aston Villa welcome back Gabriel Agbonlahor and Darren Bent at the weekend and look to end a poor spell that recently saw them lose 5-0 to Manchester City last week. Villa Manager Paul Lambert will be hoping the return of the strikers will give them a presence in front of goal which they have sorely lacked in recent games with only two strikes in their last 5 premiership games.

Arsenal still lack strength in defence with Johan Djourou, Kieran Gibbs, Carl Jenkinson, Bacary Sagna and Andre Santos sidelined due to injury. So the pressure of defending against Villa will fall on the youthful shoulders of Ignasi Miquel.

Paddy Power Money Back Deal

Simply follow our link to Paddy Power and place your correct score bet during the first half of the Aston Vill v Arsenal game played on Saturday 24th at 5.30pm. You will automatically be credited with the free bet if your prediction is wrong and nobody scores during the second half.

Paddy Power are well known for their excellent money back specials and frequently produce a number of them each week across many sporting events. Check out our free bet page to see what the latest deals are from Paddy Power and other online bookmakers.

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