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EPL Matchday 4 Accumulator – 2nd, 3rd September

No luck with last week’s selections, albeit were were only denied 3/4 by the fact that Wolves and Liverpool scored very late goals to change the outcome of their games.

That said, West Ham’s big win at Brighton scuppered my chances on Saturday and having watched the game, I have to say how impressed I was with the Hammers.

This weekend we have a number of intriguing matches to look at with the action kicking off on Friday night at Kenilworth Road as Luton Town host West Ham in their first home game since gaining promotion to the Premier League last season.

Saturday sees some interesting games with Everton at Sheffield United, Chelsea hosting Nottingham Forest, Manchester City facing Fulham and perhaps the most intriguing game seeing Brighton taking on Newcastle United who have lost their last two games to Man City and Liverpool.

Then on Sunday, we have Crystal Palace v Wolves and Liverpool v Aston Villa at 2pm followed by the big game of the weekend as Arsenal host Manchester United in what should be a Sunday afternoon special.

The Gunners surprisingly dropped points to Fulham last weekend, while United have lost their only other away game in the league, also in London, when they were downed 2-0 by Ange Postecoglu’s Tottenham.

Let’s now take a closer look at the games I have picked for this weekend’s accumulator bet.

Premier League Acca – 2nd and 3rd September 2023

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Brentford v Bournemouth Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Brighton v Newcastle Draw
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Crystal Palace v Wolves Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Arsenal v Man Utd Home Win
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Premier League Bet Analysis: Saturday 2nd September

Brentford v Bournemouth – Home Win

Brentford come into this game unbeaten in their previous three EPL games this season with two draws and a win, while Bournemouth have just a single point from their opening three games under new manager Andoni Iraola. There is no doubt that the Cherries would have wanted a bit more from their team but they have had a tough start with games against West Ham, Liverpool and Tottenham. Brentford’s two draws this season have both come at home where they drew with Spurs and Crystal Palace, before beating Fulham 3-0 on the road. This is their first non-London derby game of the season therefore, and the way that the Brentford forward line has been firing, with Mbeumo and Wissa amongst the goals, I fancy them to land a home win here against a Bournemouth side that is still struggling defensively.

Brighton v Newcastle United – Draw

These two teams come into this fixture in an unusual set of circumstances. Both lost their last game, Newcastle have lost their last two, and both will certainly be looking for an improved performance and result in this game. It is a l0ng trip south for the Geordies here and they have never won away from home at Brighton in the Premier League, last doing so in February 2017 when they were both in the Championship. These games have generally been close games in recent times, with a lot of drawn games (6 in the last 11). Both sides will know another loss would be tough to absorb here and while I expect an open and entertaining game, perhaps with a few goals, I do feel that a draw is the most likely result here once again.

EPL Bet Analysis: Sunday 3rd September

Crystal Palace v Wolverhampton Wanderers – Home Win 

I never really know what to make of Crystal Palace. Some times I see them and I think they have the makings of a good side, who could push on into the top half, but then I see them again a short time later and I think they look like relegation candidates. Roy Hodgson is a good man, and a great manager, but age is catching up with him now and it is hard to see how Palace’s long term ambitions are best served by having the former England man in charge. Wolves have had numerous financial issues to contend with this summer and Matheus Nunez has left to join Manchester City this week. Palace could capitalise on that and with Mateta hitting a hat-trick in midweek, I fancy them to land a narrow win here.

Arsenal v Manchester United – Home Win

The big game of the weekend could well be a very important one in terms of the title race, even at this early stage of the season. Defeat for either of these teams would leave them potentially 5 or 6 points behind Manchester City, while even a draw could see Man City pull away from both. As such, this is a must-win for both teams as they cannot afford to let City open up a gap at the top. United lost 2-0 when they played in London a fortnight ago against Spurs and it is hard to see how they can get a better result here against an Arsenal side who are arguably better than Spurs. Games between the two are always huge contests and this one won’t be any different. I do see goals at both ends but I think Arsenal will come out as the winners.

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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