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Premier League Acca Tip: Sat 11th & Sun 12th July

We hit two results almost exactly on the money, even down to the right score, last weekend, but two games let us down by a goal each which was a little disappointing, but at least it goes to show that we are in the ballpark for each prediction. Still, with four more matchdays to go of the season, I am confident one of those at least will turn us a nice profit.

It could well be this interesting selection from the weekend’s games, where once again I have focused on the teams with most to play for, including those battling for Champions League or Europa League places next season, as well as teams battling against the drop at the foot of the table.

The first game of the weekend is a big one as it pits bottom of the table Norwich, who must win to stand any chance of avoiding relegation, against a West Ham side who also need points to avoid the drop as they sit just outside the relegation zone.  Other notable games this weekend include Champions Liverpool taking on Burnley and Manchester City facing a trip to take on Brighton.

The big game of the weekend is the North London derby which takes place at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium where Tottenham and Arsenal both are chasing some form of European football this season, albeit both with only an outside chance of achieving that.

Here’s my tips for this coming weekend’s action across four Premier League games.

Premier League Acca – 11th & 12th July

    • 12:30
    • Sat - Norwich v West Ham - Away Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Sheff Utd v Chelsea - Away Win
    • 12:00
    • Sun - Wolves v Everton - Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Tottenham v Arsenal - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 11th July

Norwich City v West Ham – Away Win

I think it is fair to say that Norwich are down. Mathematically, it may be possible for Daniel Farke’s team to stay up, but if they fail to win here – on the back of a long run of losing matches, then they will be confirmed as relegated. The fact that they face one of their relegation rivals may spur the Norwich team on a bit here, but for me they look a beaten team at the moment. West Ham lost in midweek to Burnley but it was a game where they wasted several chances in front of goal and perhaps should have had at least a point from the game. Norwich’s defence is not as tough and uncompromising as Burnley’s, even at home, and I can see the Hammers picking up the win here which would likely serve a dual purpose, condemning Norwich to the drop, while ensuring West Ham will survive in the Premier League for another season.

Sheffield United v Chelsea – Away Win

Sheffield United have picked up seven from the last nine points available to move back into 7th place in the league table, which is likely to be good enough for a Europa League place next season. However, they face plenty of competition for that spot from Wolves, Arsenal, Burnley and Tottenham, and on Saturday evening they face a tricky game against third placed Chelsea. With seven wins from their last eight, the one loss a last minute defeat to West Ham, Frank Lampard’s team are in generally good form, and they have netted nine goals in their last three games. Christian Pulisic is in great form at the moment and I think his pace and directness will be the difference between the two teams. It won’t be a goal-fest at Bramall Lane, but I do feel Chelsea will take the win.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 12th July

Wolves v Everton – Home Win

Defeats to Arsenal and Sheffield United in their last two games have all but ended Wolves Champions League dreams for this season, but they are well on course for another season in the Europa League although they face a tough task against an Everton side looking much stronger defensively under Carlo Ancelotti. Defeat away to Spurs ended a run of three games without defeat for the Goodison Park outfit and they come into this game having had little rest having played Southampton only on Thursday evening. Wolves are used to this quick turnaround in fixtures having played Europa League football this season and I am backing them to turn their form around with a win here.

Tottenham v Arsenal – Draw

Defeat for either team here and it could well be the result that ends their European hopes for next season, which would be a major blow for two teams well used to the prestige of midweek Champions League and Europa League games. Of the two, Arsenal are in the better form of late and they have proven tough to beat this season, although they have drawn far too many games. Spurs form has been erratic under Jose Mourinho and you feel the Portuguese ace will be making a number of changes to this squad in pre-season. I can’t really back any of the two teams with any conviction here, so instead I am backing the draw.

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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