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EPL Easter Weekend Acca – 8th & 9th April

Don’t blame me, blame Kai Havertz! had the Chelsea striker been able to convert any of the three or four great chances he had against Liverpool then we’d have been celebrating a £200 plus acca win now.

Unfortunately, the German fluffed his lines repeatedly, ensuring that the game ended up as another 0-0 draw. Liverpool and Chelsea fans must be wondering if their teams will ever score a goal against each other again after going 420 total minutes (including extra time) without a goal.

Frustratingly, all the other tips in midweek were bang on the money, which was a return to better form, but once again just one result let us down, which has happened an awful lot in recent times.

But we are back this weekend with another set of picks and hopefully with a bit more luck, we can turn a winner with this set of games.

We have a full selection of Premier League games to pick from on Saturday and Sunday this week, which is a nice change and kicking things off is a cracking game at Old Trafford as Manchester United host Everton in a game that has major importance for both sides.

Also on Saturday we will see Frank Lampard back in charge at Chelsea as they travel north to take on Wolves, David Moyes faces a must-win London derby away to Fulham, while Leicester and Bournemouth meet in a true relegation six-pointer between the teams in 18th and 19th positions in the table.

Then on Sunday we have another relegation battles between Leeds and Crystal Palace, before the big game of the weekend at Anfield as Liverpool look to rediscover their best form against Premier League leaders Arsenal in what should be a cracker!

Here’s my tips for this weekend.

Premier League Acca – 8th & 9th April

    • 3:00
    • Sat- Wolves v Chelsea Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Tottenham v Brighton Draw
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Brentford v Newcastle Utd Draw
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Liverpool v Arsenal Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 8th April

Wolves v Chelsea – Away Win

Frank Lampard returns to the dugout for this game as the caretaker manager for Chelsea until the end of the season. I do feel that this appointment will be a generally positive one, even if Lampard did leave the club barely 18 months ago and had a pretty unsuccessful time at Everton in the meantime. Wolves don’t score too many goals at home and Chelsea do have so many quality players that Lampard will be able to pick from a huge selection of players for his own tactical approach. For me that means a return in midfield for Mason Mount most likely, given that he is one of Lampard’s favourite players and the feel-good factor here may be just enough to steer Chelsea to a much-needed win on the road with perhaps just the one goal needed to secure a win.

Tottenham v Brighton – Draw

Spurs have to be careful here. Brighton are now breathing right down their necks in sixth place with two games in hand and a win here for the Seagulls would give them a fantastic chance of moving clear of Spurs in fifth spot in the table. Tottenham were held by Everton in midweek in a frustrating 1-1 draw where they should have really won the game when Everton went down to ten men. Brighton have given most teams a very tough game this season, at home or away and I can see them doing enough to get something here. Roberto De Zerbi has his team flying and I think they are going to cause Spurs problems and they will do enough to earn a point in this one.

Brentford v Newcastle United – Draw 

Newcastle United have won all their last four games and the last two in some style with a fantastic performance in a 2-0 win over Man Utd at St James’ Park followed by a 5-1 thrashing away at West Ham in which they were clinical in front of goal. They may need to be again here though against a Brentford side who have a good record at home against top sides, beating more than a few of them here over the years including Arsenal, Man Utd and Liverpool. Usually when a team is running hot, I don’t like to back against them but I feel Brentford away is a tough one after two big games so I feel this one may end in a draw.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 9th April

Liverpool v Arsenal – Home Win

Can Arsenal land their first win at Anfield in ten years on Sunday? Form suggests that they can, as does the 3-2 home win they enjoyed over Liverpool earlier in the season, but after a week where the home side were beaten 4-1 by Manchester City and then held 0-0 at Chelsea, with neither performance really being anywhere near their best quality, it is fair to say Liverpool need a win. The Reds have lost just once at home this season and have beaten both Manchester clubs and Newcastle at Anfield, conceding just one goal in those games. That suggests Arsenal may not have it all their own way here and with the home fans right behind them, I am backing Liverpool to land a comeback home 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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