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Boxing Day Acca Tip: Thu 26th December 2019

I hope you are having a fantastic Christmas and I am also hoping that this little fourfold bet for Boxing Day will ensure that it could be something of a profitable festive season for us too!

We were a bit off the mark last week with a number of surprise results making hitting an accumulator win somewhat difficult. In fact, that has been the case over the last few weeks as just as you think one team has turned the corner (Man Utd, Tottenham) they end up losing, whereas other teams that have been winning (Leicester City and Man City) have dropped points.

I think this has created a bit of a state of flux in the EPL at the moment and it is proving trickier to predict how results will go, especially over the festive season when you have to factor in fatigue, injuries and the fact that some players may be rested for some games that can impact a team’s effectiveness.

So I do feel there may well be a few surprise results over this period, but even so, I am hopeful that, all things being even and fair, this little fourfold bet has a good chance of success.

Premier League Accumulator – 26th December 2019

    • 3:00
    • Crystal P v West Ham - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Everton v Burnley - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Man Utd v Newcastle- Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Leicester v Liverpool - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Thursday 26th December

Crystal Palace v West Ham – Draw

Crystal Palace picked up a rare win over West Ham when the teams last met in October and as such, you would think they would be favourites for the home return of that league meeting, especially with West Ham’s form being so poor of late. But the Hammers have had the advantage of a rest heading into this game (their game with Liverpool last weekend was postponed) and as such, I think that this could be key for Manuel Pellegrini’s under fire team. Games between these teams usually see both teams score and I can see that happening here as I think a 1-1 draw is the most likely outcome.

Everton v Burnley – Home Win

With Carlo Ancelotti now their new manager, Everton fans will be hoping their improved form under Duncan Ferguson will continue with the Italian at the helm. Everton are paying a hefty price for Ancelotti and fans will expect a relatively quick return on that investment. They face a tricky opener against a Burnley side that have given Everton some problems in recent times and who are always tough to beat. Most teams though get a ‘bounce’ in form when a new manager comes in and I think that will happen here as I am backing the home side to claim a victory.

Man Utd v Newcastle Utd – Home Win

These two teams now have the same amount of points and lie adjacent to each other in 8th and 9th place in the table. Newcastle have picked up some notable wins on the road, notably at Spurs and Sheffield United, and they will be a threat against a United side who seem to only really click into gear against the top sides. That said, after the dismal performance in a 2-0 defeat away to Watford last time out, Manchester United need a performance in front of their home fans and while I can see Newcastle keeping things close in this game, I do feel that the extra flair the home side possess in attack will be the key difference between the two teams.

Leicester City v Liverpool – Away Win

Leicester come into this game having picked up just one point from the last six available, while Liverpool are ten points clear, with a game in hand and are also now the new World Club Cup Champions. That extra travelling though will have taken it out of the Reds a little, as will have playing extra time. However, Leicester have also had a busy period of games and that combined with a lack of form, and a poor recent record against the visitors, means that this could be a very tough game. Liverpool won last season at the King Power 2-1, and the Reds have rode their luck at times this season. If Leicester had picked up six points from their last two games, I’d back them to win this, but I feel the momentum has just swung in Liverpool’s favour slightly, so I am going for the Reds to land a crucial away win 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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