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Manchester City vs Newcastle 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 Manchester City and Newcastle on Saturday.

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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 title-chasing Manchester City and Newcastle, fresh off the back of disappointment in the Carabao Cup final last weekend.

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Can Manchester City close the gap at the top of the table, even if only temporarily?

Last weekend, the Citizens swatted aside Bournemouth 4-1 at Dean Court, with Julián Álvarez, Erling Braut Håland and Phil Foden all on target. So, having won five of their last seven Premier League fixtures, Pep Guardiola’s team are only five points below Arsenal.

As for Newcastle United, their 54-year wait for major silverware goes on. Last Sunday, Eddie Howe’s team were beaten 2-0 by Man United in the Carabao Cup Final, with the goals coming just four minutes apart towards the end of the first half.

Back in the Premier League, Newcastle do still have 15 games to play and, if they get their act together, they’ll be in the Champions League next season. The Toon Army have seen their side win just two of eight league games since the restart, albeit they’ve only lost once.

Nevertheless, a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Liverpool a fortnight ago saw Newcastle slip down to fifth, four points below Spurs, having played two games less. Here, the omens don’t look good for the away side, given that the Magpies have lost their last 13 league visits to the Etihad, conceding 44 and scoring just seven.

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