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Premier League Accumulator Tip – Saturday 24th November

After a rough weekend last week, when a last minute capitulation Acca Tipsby Northern Ireland, followed by Belgium deciding to throw away a 2-0 lead over Switzerland in the most spectacular fashion, I am delighted to say that the international breaks are over for a good few weeks at least and we now have a clear run through to the end of the year.

That means the run up to the festive season is under way and as well as all the big games over Christmas and the New Year (and believe me, there are a few crackers to enjoy then), we have some massive weekends running up to then of course.

This weekend is one of the quieter ones but still boasts a huge game as Tottenham take on Chelsea at Wembley, while the other two unbeaten teams, Man City and Liverpool face away trips to West Ham and Watford respectively.

Up until the international break, I’d landed a few winners in the space of a few weeks, but I still want to land one of the bigger bets and hopefully the run up to the festive season is the perfect time to do it.

Here’s my tips for Saturday’s accumulator and check back tomorrow for my Sunday bet too.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator Tip – 24/11/2018

    • 3:00
    • Brighton v Leicester - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Fulham v Southampton - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Man Utd v Crystal Palace - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Tottenham v Chelsea - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 24th November

Brighton v Leicester City – Home Win 

It’s been an emotional couple of weeks for Leicester City and the fact that they have come through it with four points speaks volumes to their resilience. However, they now face a Brighton side who have lost their last two but who are much stronger at home. Leicester’s form this season has been patchy at times, losing games that you would expect them to win and I feel that the toll of the past few weeks has to hit home at some point and I think away to Brighton, against a tricky side who have picked up some good wins at home already this season, will be when the Foxes good run comes to an end.

Fulham v Southampton – Home Win

No I haven’t gone crazy. There are solid statistics to suggest that when a team is struggling and they sack their manager and appoint a new manager, performances in the short term at least, tend to improve. Add to that the fact that Fulham have an ex-Premier League winner in Claudio Ranieri at the helm and that only adds weight to the argument. They also face a Southampton side that has won just once this season and who are struggling for goals and not the best defensively. Fulham could not have hand-picked a better opponent for Ranieri’s first game in charge and as a result, I am expecting them to grab a rare win here.

Manchester Utd v Crystal Palace – Home Win

After defeat to Manchester City last time out, Manchester United will want to get back to winning ways against a Crystal Palace side that have looked superb at times this season, but who have been unable to convert good performances into points. That must frustrate Roy Hodgson who is right when he says his team is not that far away from being a very solid Premier League outfit. Palace must take more of the opportunities they create and while they have the players to do that, Old Trafford on a Saturday afternoon is not the most likely place that this will happen. As a result, I am backing Manchester United to come through and claim a solid home win here to settle nerves after the City defeat.

Tottenham v Chelsea – Draw

This should be another classic game between these two teams and though Chelsea have held the upper hand in these games in general in recent times, Spurs have had their success recently too. However, it is worth noting that Spurs have played the other two unbeaten teams at home, City and Liverpool, and lost both and it was tempting to back Chelsea to get a similar result here. However, with Spurs having Eriksen and Alli back to full fitness, Son back in the squad and Harry Kane back from England duty in great spirits, I feel that they will be buoyant for this game, perhaps more so than Chelsea who disappointed in their 0-0 draw with Everton last time out. This will be close and in the end, I feel that a score draw is the most likely outcome here.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

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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