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    EPL Sport24 BET Boost!

    2017-11-08 09:45

    Cape Town - Each week of the 2017/18 English Premier League season, Sport24 will put together a multiple bet which our friends at BET.co.za will then boost, offering you the punter a more lucrative pay out!

    This week's four-match multiple includes victories for Liverpool, Spurs and the Manchester clubs City and United.

    Remember: For you to win your bet, all four results need to end in your favour!

    Click HERE to take this week's Bet Boost!

    SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4

    Liverpool (3/5) to beat West Ham - 19:30 (SA time)

    Liverpool find themselves in sixth place in the standings and travel to the London Stadium where they won comfortably 4-0 towards the end of last season.

    Easy win for Jurgen Klopp's men - and your bet is off to a flying start!

    SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5

    Spurs (3/10) to beat Crystal Palace - 14:00

    Spurs' confidence will be sky-high following their Champions League win over Real Madrid during the week. Don't expect a hangover as they welcome the lowly Eagles to Wembley for their London derby.

    Spurs to win - and your bet is halfway there!

    Manchester City (2/5) to beat Arsenal - 16:15

    Massive clash at the Etihad Stadium as table-toppers City host fifth-placed Arsenal. There's seemingly no stopping the free-scoring City side at present - something Arsene Wenger's men will discover to their detriment...

    Manchester United (41/20) to beat Chelsea - 18:30

    Perhaps the toughest 'leg' of your bet will see Jose Mourinho return to his old Stamford Bridge stomping ground. United need to keep pace with neighbours City, while defending champions Chelsea are already nine points off the log summit.

    Should be a cracking match!

    Ordinarily a multiple bet on the four above winners would yield odds of 78/10.

    However, BET.co.za have BOOSTED the bet and you can now get unbelievably attractive odds of 10/1.

    Good luck!

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