Premier League: Enhanced Treble Available on Chelsea, Liverpool & Tottenham This Weekend

The good folk at GentingBet have enhanced a fantastic-looking Premier League treble this weekend, with odds of 6/1 offered on Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham to beat Everton, Arsenal and Burnley respectively.

In the standard betting market this treble is available at around the 7/2 mark, so punters are comfortably enhancing their winnings by getting involved.

And the best bit is that every single penny of your payout will be paid in cash, so there are no wagering requirements to worry about!

The Process

To take advantage of this enhanced offer, customers must first sign up for a new account with Genting Bet. Once verified, you are free to bet on this treble by adding the three teams to your betslip, with punters able to wager any amount they chose between £0.10 right up to £15.

If Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham all win their matches, your winnings will be enhanced to reflect the 6/1 price. These will be in your account within 48 hours – ready for your next wager with Genting.

A couple of final notes: deposits/bets made with Skrill or Ukash accounts are not eligible to take part in the offer. And this promotion takes the place of any other sign-up offer, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other bonus that Genting might be offering.

The Chelsea match is the first of the trio to kick off (Sunday August 27, 13:30 GMT), so make sure your Genting account is live by then.

Triple Header

At first glance, two of the three legs of this treble look almost like dead certs. Chelsea welcome Everton to Stamford Bridge on Sunday, and they will be looking to extend a run of form on home soil that has yielded 17 wins in their last 20 starts in front of their own fans. The Blues are full of confidence after beating bitter rivals Tottenham last time out, and they also welcome back Spanish duo Pedro and Cesc Fabregas. They are a comfortable favourite to get the victory.

And Tottenham themselves should have no problems getting back to winning ways against Burnley. Spurs were not outplayed by Chelsea by any means, and while they may meet some rugged resistance from the Clarets, Sean Dyche’s men simply aren’t good enough going forward to endanger what is a fantastic Tottenham defence.

The Liverpool vs Arsenal match should be a close affair, but what is for sure is that the in-form Liverpool front three of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah should enjoy their afternoon’s work against a leaky Arsenal backline.