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Premier League Football Acca Tip – Sat 6th October

Jose Mourinho wasn’t the only one disappointed with Acca TipsManchester United’s spineless display away at a reinvigorated West Ham United. That one game was the only one that let me down on last Saturday’s accumulator as the other three results not only came in, but pretty much exactly as I said they would, even down to the scores and goalscorers.

It’s pretty frustrating to have a number of near misses one after the other but it does at least show that I am pretty much on the money with the vast majority of my tips and I am sure that big win is coming sooner rather than later.

This weekend is the final Premier League weekend before the second international break and another round of Nations League fixtures and it also features one of the key games in the Premier League as Liverpool face Manchester City in what could well be a potential title-decider at Anfield, although that game will feature in my Sunday Premier League treble.

Saturday’s games include some intriguing games with Burnley’s match with Huddersfield always one to get the Yorkshire and Lancashire fans riled up, while Everton face a tricky trip to Leicester with both teams going into the game on the back of positive results last weekend.

Here’s my acca for Saturday 6th October.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator – 06/10/2018

    • 3:00
    • Burnley v Huddersfield - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Crystal Palace v Wolves - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Leicester v Everton - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Man Utd v Newcastle - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 6th October

Burnley v Huddersfield – Home Win

Both these sides did well last season in different ways, Burnley to finish in the Europa League spots, Huddersfield to stay up but this season, both sides have struggled, although of late it has been Burnley that has shown the better form. In truth, I expect the Clarets to continue that here today with a home game against one of the weakest Premier League sides defensively. After scoring four against Bournemouth last time they played at Turf Moor, I think Sean Dyche’s men will have earmarked this game as a big one for them to win in their quest to move up the table and in truth, I can’t see any other result than a relatively comfortable win for the home side.

Crystal Palace v Wolves – Draw

For me, Wolves have been one of the best new additions to the Premier League in many years. Nuno Santo’s team play some lovely football and have earned draws with Man City, Man Utd and Everton so far this season amongst their seven games. In contrast, Crystal Palace have started this season much better than last but Roy Hodgson’s team is still very inconsistent and their waywardness in front of goal is a real worry. Wolves lack of goals too makes me shy away from backing them for a win here and in truth, I think this is a match that has a 1-1 scoreline written all over it.

Leicester City v Everton – Home Win

Both these sides come into this match having earned a good win last weekend. Leicester with a solid performance at Newcastle, while Everton dismantled Fulham late on in front of their own fans at Goodison Park. Of those two wins, I felt Leicester’s was the more controlled and impressive and I can see this game going with the pattern that this fixture has established over the last three years, with the home team winning the match. With Jamie Vardy back, I can see his running giving Everton real problems and I am backing the Foxes to land a comfortable win against the Toffees.

Manchester United v Newcastle – Home Win

Manchester United fans will not want to see a repeat of their teams performance in the league against West Ham again as the Red Devils were so poor against the Londoners last weekend, it defied belief. However, they face a Newcastle side that is struggling just as much, if not more so, and who have not yet racked up a win in the Premier League this season. Rafa Benitez needs backing by his owner and if that isn’t forthcoming in January, then I think Newcastle could be on a trip back to the Championship come the end of the season. As bad as Manchester United were at West Ham, I expect them to bounce back here with a solid win.



Dean Wyatt

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Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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