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EPL Matchday 5 Accumulator – 18th 19th September

Last week was a bit frustrating as I got the two most difficult games to predict right, but then saw Spurs and Brentford let me down with games that I felt they should have won.

Spurs admittedly were down to ten men for a long period of the game which played a part in their defeat to Crystal Palace, but Brentford just under-performed on the day which was disappointing as I felt they had a great chance to win their game against Brighton.

Still, early on in the season as teams find their feet, you do tend to get these results happening from time to time, so it is something to log in the data bank and learn from going forward.

This weekend we have a very interesting selection of games, many of which are tough to predict. That does make landing a winner tougher but on the positive side, does mean that we should get some good value odds on our selections… and if we have a bit of luck then who knows?

I think there’s a couple of cracking games on Sunday to enjoy including West Ham v Man Utd and Tottenham v Chelsea and we’ll supplement those two games with a couple more from Saturday and Sunday.

Remember this week, we have a Friday night game between Newcastle and Leeds United which means just the nine games to pick from over the weekend.

Here’s my tips for this week’s accumulator.

Premier League Tips – 11th & 12th September

    • 5:30
    • Sat - Aston Villa v Everton - Draw
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Brighton v Leicester - Away Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - West Ham v Man Utd - Away Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Tottenham v Chelsea - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 11th September

Aston Villa v Everton – Draw

It’s strange for my first selection of the weekend to be the teatime game on Saturday, but looking at the three games on Sunday, I feel this offers me the best value this week and I reckon that this game has got a score draw written all over it. Aston. Villa have had a decent start to the season claiming four points, and I like the way they have invested their money from the sale of Jack Grealish in some proven Premier League quality players. Everton have started very well under Rafa Benitez too and sit fourth in the table, but Villa Park is a very tough place to go and pick up a result and I am not quite sure Everton have quite enough quality to earn another victory here. Hence I think a draw looks the most likely result.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 12th September

Brighton v Leicester City – Away Win

Brighton continued to defy the odds by landing their third win of the season last week away to Brentford, however I think they are going to struggle on Sunday against a Leicester side who are far better than their 9th place and six points suggest. The Foxes have made a number of astute signings over the pre-season and despite losses to West Ham and Man City, I feel they are still going to be battling it out for European places at the end of the season. Brendan Rodgers knows his team need to get back on track with that here and I think they have enough talent to get the win.

West Ham v Manchester United – Away Win

Last weekend, I looked at this game and felt that it was an easy away win for Manchester United. Despite their good form, West Ham have struggled to pick up points against the big six home and away and I felt the quality United have in attack made them very likely winners here. However, that defeat against Young Boys did cast some doubt in my mind, but they did lose the game with just 10 men on the field after Wan Bissaka’s sending off. If they can keep 11 men in play here, then I would expect the quality United have in attack to eventually get the better of the Hammers in what should be a closely contested game.

Tottenham v Chelsea – Away Win

The big game of the weekend takes place in London as Spurs welcome Chelsea in what is a crucial game for both sides. Spurs have already beaten Manchester City at home this season and a win over their rivals here would be a huge boost for them, especially after last week’s defeat to Palace. However, I worry that their injury issues in central defence and the fact that Son is unlikely to play does hand the advantage to Chelsea, who will also have had 48-hours more to prepare for this game. Thomas Tuchel’s side have been in very solid form this season and a good performance in the Champions League in midweek has set them up nicely and I am backing them to get the job done 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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