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EPL and FA Cup Accumulator – Saturday 6th April

This coming weekend sees just three games taking place in the Premier League on Saturday, with one game each on Friday, Sunday and Monday meaning a much smaller selection of games than usual.

So for this set of tips we are going to take a look at those three games and come up with our selections and then add to it the FA Cup Semi Final which takes place on Saturday at tea-time, between Brighton and Manchester City from Wembley.

I felt hard done to last weekend, especially on Sunday where only one of my four tips didn’t come in, Inter surprisingly losing at home to Lazio 1-0. Unfortunately that single result cost us a very good return on my Sunday acca, but at least it shows I’m going close once again.

It was the same again the day before too as only one result, Burnleys win over Wolves, scuppered what would have been another big acca win that day too. Still six out of eight isn’t a bad percentage and that gives me confidence heading into this week’s selection of games.

So let’s take a look at the games I’ve backed for this coming weekend.

Saturday’s Football Accumulator – 06/04/2019

    • 3:00
    • Bournemouth v Burnley - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Huddersfield v Leicester - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Newcastle v Crystal Palace - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • man City v Brighton - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 6th April

Bournemouth v Burnley – Draw 

After a solid start to the season, Bournemouth have seen their form tail off a little and they have slowly dropped down the table. They remain 12th having picked up some wins in recent weeks but their inconsistency will be a frustration for manager Eddie Howe. Burnley’s season has been one of runs of results, long runs of losses followed by better runs of form and after ending a losing streak last week, Sean Dyche will want his team to back up that win over Wolves with another here. They did beat the Cherries 4-0 at home earlier in the season but I feel on the road, Bournemouth will be a different prospect. I can’t quite see Burnley doing enough to win here, but I don’t think either side will be unduly disappointed if this game ends in a draw.

Huddersfield Town v Leicester – Away Win

Jan Siewert’s arrival as manager didn’t have the galvanising effect that Huddersfield Town fans would have wanted and with the team already confirmed as relegated, Leicester should be confident of landing what would be Brendan Rogers fourth win in a row as manager. The Foxes form has improved of late and with players like Jamie Vardy back in the fold, I would expect them to produce a solid display and pick up another big three points on the road here. Huddersfield have nothing but pride to play for, which can be a bonus for teams, but in truth they have been outclassed a lot of the time this season and I feel this could well be the case in this game too.

Newcastle United v Crystal Palace – Home Win

Newcastle United have won all of their last five games at St James’ Park and that form has seen them move away from the relegation zone to the point where another couple of wins should make them safe from relegation. Palace too are close to being secure and they have won two of their last three on the road, but a loss to Spurs in midweek will have dented their confidence heading into this game. The home fans have had a bit to cheer in recent times and I fancy Newcastle to get the job done here. It won’t be a game with lots and lots of goals, as the 0-0 between the teams back in September suggests, but I still fancy the home side to perhaps steal the win 1-0.

Man City v Brighton – Man City Win 

Is there a realistic case to be made for Brighton to win this FA Cup Semi Final over the all-conquering Manchester City? In truth I don’t really feel that there is. Brighton’s form of late hasn’t been that great and in terms of strength, quality, form and skill not to mention squad depth, Manchester City have the edge in every area by a long, long way. City won in midweek beating Cardiff at home to return to the top of the Premier League table and I expect them to round off a great week with a win here to confirm they will be one of the teams lining up in the FA Cup Final in May.

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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