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EPL Weekend Acca Tips – 30th & 31st January

Midweek’s set of fixtures was another frustrating one as the game I felt was the risky call, West Ham to beat Crystal Palace, came in. Annoyingly, it was the other games that I felt were the safer options that let me down!

In truth, this has been the case all season long. The consistency that we have had in the Premier League over the last three or four years has been non-existent this season. I mean, who would have backed Sheffield United to beat Manchester United at Old Trafford? That was top against bottom at home, and they lost!

Then we have Liverpool, who couldn’t beat Newcastle, West Brom, Southampton, Burnley or Man Utd in their last five Premier League games, but who went to Tottenham and played like Champions to record a comprehensive 3-1 win. Where did that result come from given the Reds score a goal for love nor money in recent weeks?

Honestly, sometimes I think for some games, it is best just sticking a pin in a result at random and going with that!

However, this is all part and parcel of tipping accas this way. I don’t simply put up that I’ve won the last 50 acca bets I’ve made, conveniently not telling you I have made 2,000 others over that same period which all lost. I make my predictions and stand by them win or lose.

Let’s hope that this selection of games can put us back in the win column! Remember, the beauty of acca betting is that it only requires one big win to make sure you cover your losses for the entire season!

Here’s hoping we make a start with that with these selections.

Premier League – 30th & 31st January 2021

    • 12:30
    • Sat - Everton v Newcastle - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - C.Palace v Wolves - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Arsenal v Man Utd - Away Win
    • 7:15
    • Sun - Brighton v Tottenham - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 30th January

Everton v Newcastle United – Home Win

Everton were somewhat fortunate to earn a point at home to Leicester in midweek, but Newcastle’s woes continued with yet another defeat at home to Leeds. They have drawn just two of their last eleven, losing all the rest and their last win came back in December against West Brom. It’s Steve Bruce’s worst run as a manager and I don’t see it getting any better at Goodison against an Everton side looking like genuine top six material under Carlo Ancelotti. This should be a comfortable home win for the Toffees.

Crystal Palace v Wolves – Draw 

Two sides for whom consistency has not been a feature of their season so far. Palace are not in the best run of form, losing their last two. They also lost to Wolves in the FA Cup Third Round at Molineux a couple of weeks back. That game was a tight 1-0 win for Wolves and I think this will also be a very tight game. Both these sides don’t score many (Wolves 21 goals in 20 games, Palace 24 in 20). They are next to each other in the table with very similar records and as such, I think a draw is the likely outcome.

Arsenal v Manchester United – Away Win

Arsenal are now six games unbeaten in the Premier League and they face a Manchester United side that tasted defeat for the first time in a long time in the EPL after their shocking 2-1 home loss to bottom club Sheffield United. A result that is somewhat indicative of the inconsistent nature of the league this season. That said, I don’t see United going down to another defeat here. They are unbeaten away from home for a year including all this season in the EPL and I think they are overdue a good performance against Arsenal. The Gunners still look shaky in defence at times and against United on the counter, I just feel they will struggle. It will be close but I am backing a 2-1 win for United.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 31st January

Brighton v Tottenham – Away Win

I think both these teams will be extremely disappointed with their performances in midweek. Brighton had a perfect opportunity to put themselves well clear of the drop zone with a home game against Fulham, but once again fluffed their lines. They missed a host of good chances in that draw. Spurs started brightly against Liverpool but were the unlucky team to play the Reds when they found their form again and went down 3-1 after a very poor defensive display. With Kane out injured, I do think Spurs will struggle for goals, but not in this game. Brighton’s home form is shocking, they are yet to win this season and I think even one goal should be enough for Jose Mourinho’s side to claim a win.

Dean Wyatt

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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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