Kenya’s biggest odds on Liverpool, Man City & PSG matches


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The weekend is here once again presenting gamblers with another opportunity to win big with Mozzart Bet offering the biggest odds in the Liverpool, Manchester City and Paris Saint Germain games.


All the games are slated for Saturday with Liverpool looking to avoid anymore slip ups when they come up against 2016 champions Leicester City, Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola renewing his rivalry with Jose Mourinho while PSG hope to reclaim top spot against Nice.


Liverpool win against Leicester City 2.23 Odds

Despite their recent struggles, Liverpool have managed to keep their impressive form away from home winning the last two with identical 3-1 scorelines.

Liverpool have also enjoyed facing Leicester having triumphed 4-0 in this fixture last term with The Reds maintaining an unbeaten run that stretches seven games.

The clash is a race for top four places with only three points separating the two sides with Leicester third on 43 points.

Kick off: 3:30 PM (EAT)

Manchester City win against Tottenham Hotspur 1.43 Odds

The two teams have suffered a reverse in fortunes following Spurs 2-0 win over City in London as Spurs ascended to the top of the table.


Spurs have been free-falling since the turn of the year and arrested their slump of three consecutive defeats with a win over beleaguered West Brom last weekend.


City march into the clash as favourites, possessing a winning streak of 15 games and became the first team in Premier League history to win nine games in all competitions in one month.


Kick off: 8:30 PM (EAT)


PSG win over Nice 1.30 Odds


PSG could reclaim top spot in Ligue 1 should other results favour them and look to have finally found their rhythm having struggled at the start of the season.


The reigning French champions possess the best home record winning nine, drawing once and losing twice and have won five consecutive Ligue 1 home games by a two or more goals margin without conceding.


Kylian Mbappé has scored four goals across PSG’s last four Ligue 1 games, two of which were match openers and will be brimming with confidence heading to this game.

Kick off: 7PM (EAT)



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