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Liverpool vs Manchester United betting offers: Bet £20 get cash back if it loses with Paddy Power

Paddy Power are offering £20 back in cash to new customers if they bet £20 and lose on the Premier League tie between Liverpool and Manchester United on Sunday.

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New Customer offer YSKARZ. Place a min £5 bet on the sportsbook at odds of min EVS (2.0) and get £20 in free bets. Free bet rewards valid for 30 days. Only deposits via Debit Cards & Apple Pay will qualify for this offer. T&Cs apply. Please Gamble Responsibly Paddy’s Rewards Club: Get a £10 free bet when you place 5x bets of £10+. T&Cs apply.

New customers who sign up and bet £20 can get it back as cash if it loses in the Premier League clash between top-four chasing Liverpool, and buoyant Manchester United who came from behind so impressively during the week after winning the Carabao Cup last weekend.

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England’s two most-successful clubs are set to go head-to-head for the 211th time with 125 major honours between them but right now enduring contrasting campaigns.

One might just be in the title race, while the other are seeking to salvage their season. The Red Devils are winless in seven visits to Anfield, dating back to 2016, but will believe they can end that barren run here.

Last Sunday, Manchester United did end their six-year trophy draught, beating Newcastle in the Carabao Cup Final at Wembley. Casemiro’s header, followed by Marcus Rashford’s deflected shot not long after, were enough to see Erik ten Hag’s team pick up silverware.

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In all, a quadruple is still on, with the Red Devils kicking off in third place, albeit 11 points below Arsenal with a game in hand.

Liverpool meantime could have won the actual quadruple last season, picking up both domestic cups before missing out on the title by one point, and then suffering heartbreak in the Champions League Final. Fast forward ten months, Jürgen Klopp’s team will not be hoisting aloft any trophies this season, and are down in sixth.

The Reds have found form in recent weeks, accumulating ten points from their last four games, edging-out Wolves in midweek, with Virgil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah scoring. Four of their next five fixtures are against fellow ‘big six’ clubs, taking on Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal between 1 and 9 April.

Liverpool are six points below Tottenham, with a game in hand, so they need to find form now if they’re going to get back into the Champions League.

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Will Jackson

Content Manager Sports journalist, formerly of PA Media, latterly a PR manager before moving into the content world with the Gambling.com group. Long-suffering Leeds United and Yorkshire fan.

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