You could have a risk-free shot at winning £250 if Chelsea manage to beat Brighton in the Premier League on New Year’s Day. How? By taking advantage of Paddy Power’s £30 risk-free offer for new customers and placing that on my Same Game Multi.
All you need to do is open a Paddy Power account using the link below and your first bet will be risk-free up to a maximum of £30. The risk-free element of the new customer offer means that if your first bet loses, you will get your stake returned in withdrawable cash. So, register, deposit £30, place it on my Same Game Multi if it takes your fancy and you could bag £250 if Chelsea take all three points from Brighton at the Amex Stadium on New Year’s Day.
The first part of my Same Game Multi is Chelsea to win the match against Brighton. Frank Lampard’s side have been hit and miss with results and performances in recent weeks but, it seems to be away from home where they are strongest. The Blues have won an impressive 69% of their away games in all competitions this season and are the bookmaker’s favourites to take all three points on New Year’s Day. Brighton have managed just one win in their last five matches and in a position where they can be easily dragged into a relegation battle.
The second selection is Tammy Abraham to score anytime. The Chelsea striker has had a fantastic season so far in the Premier League scoring 12 times with only Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Jamie Vardy scoring more. The 22-year-old scored the winner in Chelsea’s late comeback vs Arsenal at the weekend and he will be looking to continue that form at the Amex.
The third and final selection is for Jorginho to be booked. The Chelsea midfielder so far this season has averaged a yellow card every 2.6 Premier League games he has played in. The 28-year-old could’ve easily been sent off in Chelsea’s 2-1 win over Arsenal at the weekend. He was already on a yellow card before blatantly pulling back Matteo Guendouzi’s shirt but surprisingly the referee and VAR decided not to penalise him. If he continues that level of recklessness on New Year’s Day it’s likely that he will end up in the book.