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Premier League Acca Tip – Saturday 27th October

As I am unavailable for a short while, I am having to get a number of Acca Tipsarticles ready well in advance of the games, which is proving a little tricky, but even so, this coming weekend’s selection of Premier League games looks like being a very interesting one indeed.

The big game comes on Monday night with Tottenham facing Manchester City at Wembley, and on Sunday Manchester United face Everton, while Crystal Palace take on Arsenal and Burnley face off against Chelsea in a trio of key games.

That means for Saturday we have a rather small choice of just six matches, but I am still confident that we can find some good value bets in amongst those half-dozen games in order to put together a decent accumulator.

Interesting games include Wolves trip to Brighton, Bournemouth hoping to score plenty against a Fulham side that is shipping goals at an alarming rate, while Liverpool will be hoping to add three more points to their total as they face relegation-threatened Cardiff City at Anfield.

Here’s hoping that the four games I have selected below can turn is another profitable accumulator win this weekend.

Saturday’s Premier League Acca – 27/10/2018

    • 3:00
    • Brighton v Wolves - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Fulham v Bournemouth - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Southampton v Newcastle - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Leicester City v West Ham - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 27th October

Brighton v Wolves – Away Win

This is a tricky match for both these teams. Wolves have been flying in the Premier League and have notched up some outstanding performances in recent times losing just the once on the road this season. Brighton though have a very good home record for the most part and have beaten West Ham and Manchester United in recent times on their home patch. I also feel these teams styles are somewhat similar, though I feel with some slightly better quality players, that tends to play into Wolves hands moreso than the home side. I can see this one being close and perhaps equal heading into the later stages of the game, but that is when Wolves have come on strong in recent games and I think they’ll do so here to claim the win.

Fulham v Bournemouth – Away Win

Fulham’s defensive issues are a huge concern and there is just no way a team can concede the number of goals they have been doing and remain in the Premier League beyond this season. In contrast to that Bournemouth have been scoring plenty of goals this season, rattling in four away to Watford recently. Of the two sides, I feel Bournemouth are the more settled and better organised of the two teams and while I can see Mitrovic causing their back line a few problems, I feel the Cherries will grab a couple of goals to hand them the win here.

Southampton v Newcastle – Draw

Both these sides will feel that this is a game that could win but for Southampton in particular, being at home puts additional pressure on Mark Hughes men to pick up points against an opponent that many will feel are a direct relegation rival. I don’t think Newcastle are as bad as their early season form paints them and I think Rafa Benitez has the tactical skills to send his team out here to get a job done, in much the same way he did at Crystal Palace and Cardiff City. As such, while I can see Southampton scoring, I also feel Newcastle will too and hence I am going to go for the draw here.

Leicester City v West Ham – Home Win

The Foxes take on the Hammers in a clash of two sides who I feel will likely end the season comfortably in mid-table and perhaps even pushing on towards the top eight. Both have had somewhat patchy form of late, though West Ham have improved significantly since the start of the season, however Leicester’s form and the fact that they have had several players sent off this season, is a worry, despite them playing some excellent football for Claude Puel at times. The Hammers didn’t impress at Brighton last time on the road and I think that this is an even bigger test, so I am going to back a Leicester win here, although it should be a close run thing.

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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