Football Acca Tips: Sun 14th May

We’re heading relentlessly towards the end of the season now and pretty soon all we’ll have to look forward to are a few big finals, plus some minor international competitions around the world before the season kicks off once again in August. However, before then I am confident that I have got at least one more big acca win in me as we head towards the final weeks of the season.

As I mentioned yesterday, I landed some good value single bets last weekend, but that acca proved elusive, chiefly because some English teams (notably Liverpool and Manchester United once again) let me down. That was annoying as my two longer-shots selections on last Sunday’s acca came romping home.

Anyway, I’m hoping by now I’m celebrating another acca win from Saturday’s selections, but if not, here’s a nice little treble for the three Premier League games taking place on Sunday.

Accumulator Tip – £10 pays £440 or £1223.20

  • Crystal Palace v Hull City  – Home Win
  • West Ham United v Liverpool – Home Win
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United – Draw

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Bet Analysis: Sun 14th May

Crystal Palace to beat Hull City – I’ve a feeling my tips for this selection of games may need some explaining so we’ll start with arguably the least controversial selection which is Palace to beat Hull City. Palace boss Sam Allardyce reckons this game is as big as a Cup Final and with a £180m Premier League status carrot dangling in front of both teams, you can understand why. Hull’s away record this season is the worst in the Premier League and Palace’s home record is dire too, but I just think Palace have the edge in three key areas here. They are more experienced than Hull in this position, they have better quality players than Hull, especially in attack and finally they have home advantage. Sam Allardyce knows a win or draw here will secure the points they need to stay up and I fancy the Eagles to get the job done and perhaps, send Hull City down into the Championship in doing so.

West Ham to defeat Liverpool – The first of my longer odds selection is based on two key things. The first is Liverpool’s current form and situation. The truth is that without Sadio Mane and Jordan Henderson, Liverpool struggle to score goals against teams who can defend en-bloc. They picked up 2 points from three home games with Palace, Bournemouth and Southampton of late and there is no doubt West Ham boss Slaven Bilic will have noted this. To my mind, if Liverpool win this game, it is likely to be 3-0 or 4-0 and at the moment, I just cannot see the Reds scoring anywhere near that amount of goals. Which then leads me to their defensive frailties and who better to come back into the Hammers team to take full advantage than Andy Carroll. My money is on a late Andy Carroll headed winner for the Hammers and more Champions League agony for the Reds.

Tottenham and Man Utd to draw – This is a game where I have had to consider what the result in Friday’s game between West Brom and Chelsea will be and in my view, there is no way I can see anything other than a Chelsea win in that one, which means this game is, for Spurs title hopes anyway, academic. Last season when this happened with Leicester, Spurs fell right off the pace and were thumped 5-1 by Newcastle United in their next game. I don’t think Mauricio Pellegrino would want a repeat of that here, so even if Chelsea do clinch the title, I think Spurs will be up for this game against one of the Premier League elite teams, however I think they’ll be lacking a real edge. United too may rest key players here with the Europa League Final in mind and as such, I think given United have lost just four games all season long, that this has the hallmarks of finishing in a draw.

Dave Jackson

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Dave is an absolute resourse of information when it comes to tennis and football betting. He's currently writing his first book ‘Smash & Grab – Punters Guide To Accumulator Betting’ which is out later this year.

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