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Paddy Power boost Arsenal and Man City for Community Shield

Arsenal 7/1 or Manchester City 9/2?

Get 7/1 about Arsenal winning at Wembley or 9/2 that Manchester City land the spoils

Paddy Power are back with their price boosts for the new football season and the starter for ten is 7/1 about Arsenal winning the Community Shield on Sunday.

Arsene Wenger will be sending out a strong team to contest this traditional curtain-raiser, with Paddy allowing new customers the chance to back the Gunners at odds of 7/1 for a maximum stake of £10.

Alternatively, Manchester City backers can get an outstanding 9/2 about Manchester City winning the Community Shield, with the English champions looking to get off on the right foot at Wembley.

How to get 7/1 Arsenal
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Back Arsenal to win at the normal odds
If the Gunners win, you will get a bonus pay-out to reflect the 7/1

How to get 9/2 Manchester City
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Back City to win at the normal odds
If City win, you will get a bonus pay-out to reflect the 9/2

Arsene Wenger is confident that the exodus of players from Arsenal is a thing of the past, with the Gunners having seen many of their best players leave the club in the past few seasons.

“This is a game that you want to be a part of because it shows that you have had success the season before,” said Wenger.

“It also provides a good opportunity for us to get our season off to a positive start against a very good Manchester City side.

“There is a good feeling around the Club after a strong finish to last season and a productive pre-season, and of course we want to build on that momentum.”

Wenger continued: “We have the ambition, we have the desire, we should have the confidence from last season so we have a good basis.

“It’s now time to make sure we have the right attitude and the right hunger to go for more.

“What we can be sure about and what we can make certain is that we are ready for a fight and we are better than last season – that’s our target.”

All odds were correct at time of posting.