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FA Cup Quarter Final Acca Tip – Sat 27th & Sun 28th June

I wasn’t too unhappy with my return last week. Liverpool let me down in the Merseyside derby game by putting in a very lacklustre performance and if you go back to before the lockdown, the Reds have now just won one of their last five, losing three, which will be a worry for Jurgen Klopp, even if the league looks like being a formality. Another couple of poor results and the confidence level will surely be drastically affected. Mark my words, the midweek game against Crystal Palace for Liverpool is huge.

Sheff Utd were doing fine against Newcastle until they were reduced to ten men after which they fell apart when that defensive shield was broken up. But that is what happens when a team is reduced to ten.

This weekend, I am switching away from the relatively few Premier League games taking place and instead focusing on the four FA Cup quarterfinal matches on offer, one on Saturday and three on Sunday. All ties will be played to a finish, with penalties being used to decide the winner of the match if the teams are tied after 90 minutes. All games are all-Premier League affairs anyway, so we are still on familiar ground here.

There are some Premier League games on offer, but none which whet the appetite quite as much as this quartet of games this weekend, so I am keeping my picks to these games and hoping we can land a nice little winner on them.

Premier League Acca – 27th & 28th June

    • 5:30
    • Sat- Norwich v Manchester Utd - Away Win
    • 1:00
    • Sun- Sheff Utd v Arsenal - Draw
    • 4:00
    • Sun- Leicester v Chelsea - Home Win
    • 6:30
    • Sun- Newcastle v Man City - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 27th June

Norwich City v Manchester United – Away Win

Norwich may be rooted to the foot of the table but they stand just one game away from a trip to Wembley. Daniel Farke’s men may be Championship bound in the league, but a victory over Manchester United would be some comfort to the Norwich fans. However, they are facing a Manchester United side who are unbeaten in their last 10 games and who are starting to look a much more formidable outfit. With Bruno Fernandes looking strong and Pogba and Rashford both back from injury, I can’t see any other outcome here other than a comfortable win for the visitors.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 28th June

Sheffield United v Arsenal – Draw

This game was a dramatic FA Cup semifinal a few years back, when David Seaman made an incredible save from Paul Peschisolido to deny the Blades a late winner. Both sides have not enjoyed the best of restarts and both will have some key players missing through injury and suspension. For me, Arsenal have the quality but Sheffield United have been more consistent this season. However, I do worry that they did fall apart against Newcastle last weekend when they went down to 10 men. That said, Arsenal don’t look great at the moment and they do draw a lot of games. This is one that I feel will most likely be decided by the lottery of penalties after a draw in the opening 90 minutes.

Leicester City v Chelsea – Home Win

A look at the table shows third taking on fourth in what could be the game of the round at the King Power Stadium. Leicester surrendered a late lead against Watford in their return, with Chelsea coming from 1-0 down to beat Aston Villa 2-1 at Villa Park. These two teams are well-matched in my view and what Chelsea have as an edge in terms of quality, I feel Leicester are better in terms of the team unit and cohesion. This will be a close one and I can see one goal edging it and I think the Foxes will do just enough to earn themselves a place in the semifinals.

Newcastle Utd v Manchester City – Away Win

Both of these teams made excellent restarts to their campaign, with 3-0 wins over Arsenal (for Man City) and Sheffield United (for Newcastle). City then followed up that victory over the Gunners with a 5-0 thumping of Burnley to put themselves in perfect shape for this weekend’s cup tie. City have lost just three of the last 27 games between the two teams, winning 18 of those games, but they have not won on their last two visits to St James’ Park, losing 2-1 in the league in January 2019 and then drawing 2-2 back in November 2019. However, City are looking in such devastating form that even an injury to Sergio Aguero won’t put them off their stride and without the backing of their home fans, I think Newcastle will struggle here and City will win the tie inside 90 minutes.

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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