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Final Day Premier League Acca – Sunday 23rd May

We have had 37 gruelling weeks of what has been a very, very unusual season in many ways. The lack of fans at games has, I believe, contributed to more away victories than I can recall and also a large number of ‘surprise’ results right the way through the season.

All of the top four have conceded five goals or more in a game this season in the Premier League and I can’t remember the last time that happened.

In terms of my acca tips, I am a bit disappointed with how things have gone this season to be honest. It hasn’t been my best year and while there have been a few wins along the way, I haven’t won as much as I would have liked to. I’ve had some rotten luck with things, last minute goals and crazy refereeing decisions spoiling an otherwise good bet, but that is how things roll.

In truth, it just makes me all the more determined to bounce back with a better return next season and before that, in the European Championships this summer (more on that to follow!)

This final set of games sees the places in the European competitions up for grabs with Chelsea, Liverpool and Leicester battling it out for two Champions League places (and one in the Europa League), while West Ham, Spurs, Everton and even Arsenal could clinch one of the available Europa League places depending on results on the last day.

With fans back in the stadium for these final two matchdays of the season, lets hope that this is the start of things getting back to normal as I believe that full stadiums will make predicting games that bit easier next season too.

Here’s my tips for this Sunday’s final set of Premier League games.

Premier League Tips – Sunday 23rd May

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    • Arsenal v Brighton - Home Win
    • 4:00
    • Fulham v Newcastle - Draw
    • 4:00
    • Leeds Utd v West Brom - Home Win
    • 4:00
    • Wolves v Man Utd - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 23rd May

Arsenal v Brighton – Home Win

Having been nowhere near the European places for almost all the season, Arsenal now find themselves in with a chance of stealing a Europa League place. They needs results elsewhere to go their way, namely in the games with Spurs and Everton, but if they do, Arsenal could snatch a Europa League spot with a win here. Since their Europa League semifinal exit, Arsenal have been in good form in the Premier League, winning four of their last five games and drawing the other, matching Liverpool’s record over that period. Brighton are safe and have little to play for, so I am expecting the home side to pick up what could be a vital win here.

Fulham v Newcastle United – Home Win

It was good to see Steve Bruce pick up the manager of the month award recently. He hasn’t had much to cheer about at Newcastle this season and his teams better form of late did merit that award. Newcastle now travel to Fulham with nothing left for either team to play for other than pride, but with the pressure off, I think Newcastle can go for it here. I do worry about them defensively though, especially against sides like Fulham where they have come unstuck in the past, but I think both sides will come out of this game with credit and with a share of the spoils.

Leeds United v West Brom – Draw

I wanted to cover Leeds in my final set of tips for the season because they have been an absolute joy to watch in the Premier League. Having sat through some terminable 0-0 draws this season, watching Leeds brand of attacking football has been the perfect antithesis to that. Sam Allardyce isn’t sticking around at West Brom and with no manager and nothing to play for, I do wonder how motivated they will be here.  I have no such worries with Leeds and I fully expect them to land a commanding victory over the relegated Baggies.

Wolves v Manchester United – Away Win

Another two sides that don’t have too much to play for in this game, other than a victory or draw for United would see them go the entire Premier League season without a defeat away from home, which is some record. I think Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will rest some key players ahead of the Europa League final next week, and so do the bookies, but I also feel that Wolves season kind of ended with Raul Jimenez’s horrible head injury and they’ve kind of been treading water ever since. Even a mainly second-string United should be good enough to get the job done here to finish the season in second place in the Premier League and with a win.

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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