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Ladbrokes price boost Manchester City and Chelsea for Super Sunday clash

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Back Manchester City at 6/1 to win Sunday’s Premier League match or instead take Chelsea at an enhanced 8/1

It’s one of the biggest matches of the Premier League season, with Chelsea and Manchester City the two title favourites and they are locking horns for the first time on Sunday.

Manchester City got off to a flying start when winning 3-0 at The Hawthorns last Monday and the great news is that new Ladbrokes customers can get 6/1 that Manuel Pellegrini’s team land victory in this one.

Alternatively, those wanting to back Chelsea with Ladbrokes can get 8/1 that Jose Mourinho’s team bounce back from that disappointing 2-2 draw against Swansea City last weekend.

How to get 6/1 about Man City winning
Click on this special link
Register an account with Ladbrokes
Back Manchester City at the normal price

If Manchester City then win the game, you will be paid out at odds of 6/1 within 24 hours. Your account will be credited with bonus funds thanks to the Ladbrokes price boost.

How to get 8/1 about Chelsea winning
Click on this special link
Register an account with Ladbrokes
Back Chelsea at the normal price

If Chelsea then win the game, you will be paid out at odds of 8/1 within 24 hours. Your account will be credited with bonus funds.

This is a great chance to make money from this huge Premier League clash, with Manchester City being well-backed to claim a vital early victory which would take them five points clear of Chelsea.

Yaya Toure was in the groove against West Brom when scoring twice, with David Silva making things tick and we’re likely to see Sergio Aguero back in the starting line-up after substitute appearance against the Baggies.

Mourinho has been in the headlines for the wrong reasons this week thanks to clashing with medical staff during the Swansea game although Chelsea backers will have confidence that the Blues can eke out a win against one of their main title rivals.

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