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EPL Matchday 7 Tips – 2nd & 3rd October

We were just one Real Sociedad goal away from another acca win in midweek, and we also hit half of the Champions League tips I made too, so while it is a little frustrating, it is good to know that for the most part, I am getting things on or very close to the mark.

This weekend, we return to Premier League action with the last set of games before the next international break. There’s plenty of big games too as we begin and the end the set of games with a huge Merseyside v Manchester clash.

On Saturday lunchtime Manchester United host Everton and then on Sunday afternoon, Liverpool host Manchester City in what should be a cracking couple of games between four of the six teams occupying places in the top six in the Premier League.

We also see Chelsea looking to bounce back after two successive defeats at home to Southampton, Leicester looking to improve their shaky form away to Crystal Palace while West Ham and Brentford clash in the Premier League for the first time in what should be an intriguing London derby.

However, I have changed tack a little this week and instead gone, not with the big games as I felt there were a few too many variables in those two big clashes that bookend the weekend and instead, I’ve gone with four games where I feel we stand a very good chance of turning this bet into a winner.

Here’s my tips for this weekend’s Premier League accumulator.

Premier League Tips – 2nd & 3rd October

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Burnley v Norwich City - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Wolves v Newcastle Utd - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Brighton v Arsenal - Away Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Tottenham v Aston Villa - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 2nd October

Burnley v Norwich City – Home Win

The bottom two teams meet this weekend in what should be viewed as a huge game for both. Neither side has managed a win all season, but Burnley have drawn two games, while Norwich still wait for their first point. In truth, in terms of performances alone, Burnley have been by far the better of the two teams. I don’t think Norwich have looked likely to get anything from any of their games this season, while Burnley I think have been unlucky not to get that elusive first win on a couple of occasions. Sean Dyche will know how important this game is and I think he will have his team fired up for it and in truth, I can’t see how Norwich’s defence is going to keep Burnley out here. I think Burnley will win this game and probably win it very comfortably indeed.

Wolves v Newcastle United – Draw

Wolves picked up a very good win away to Southampton last weekend, with Raul Jimenez scoring his first goal since returning from injury. Newcastle battled wellf or a point away to Watford, but Steve Bruce will know that he needs to start turning draws into wins in order to get his team away from the relegation zone. I can’t see that happening here to be honest as Wolves are a decent side, especially at home and usually, I’d have backed them to win this. But one thing concerns me here and that is Wolves lack of firepower, whereas Newcastle, while they may not be winning, they have scored goals and as such, I think if Newcastle score, which I think they will, then that may well be good enough for them to earn a share of the spoils here.

Brighton v Arsenal – Away Win

Arsenal fans will have been delighted with the way their team played in beating Tottenham 3-1 last weekend. There was a massive improvement in performance in that game and while it was a derby game, the fact the Gunners have now won three in a row, and beaten a ‘big six’ team, will give their confidence a real shot in the arm. Brighton though have started the season superbly and already have 13 points. However, they were fortunate to grab a point away to Palace on Monday and I think against a reinvigorated Arsenal, they may come unstuck as they did at home to Everton earlier this season.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 3rd October

Tottenham v Aston Villa – Home Win

Tottenham may have got back to winning ways against weak opponents Mura in the Europa Conference League in midweek, but I think that win will have given Spurs a much needed boost in the arm ahead of this game. Three straight defeats has seen Spurs plummet down the table to 11th and Villa, on the back of a superb win at Old Trafford last week, now lie above them. However, with Kane scoring in midweek and Spurs at home, I think Nuno Santos will be targeting the game as one for his team to get back to winning ways and while it will be close. I still feel Spurs will come out as the narrow winners on Sunday.

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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