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Sunday Football Acca Tip – Sunday 25th November

There’s just the two games in the Premier League this Sunday, with most games taking place on Saturday and the Burnley v Newcastle United game being the featured match on Monday night.

As such, I am going to be looking into the Bundesliga and Ligue 1 in France for a couple of decent odds games to add to my coupon this week to bolster the odds a little, as both Premier League games look to be relatively straightforward picks.

I am hopeful that my Saturday accumulator has landed us a decent profit, and if it has come in then at the odds I received, it will already be a profitable weekend, but if it has not, then I am hopeful that Sunday’s fourfold will stand a good chance of success.

We have a nice run of weeks now taking us into the festive season, when the games will come thick and fast and where the Premier League title race could get very interesting, as well as all the issues at the foot of the table.

Here’s hoping that this Sunday’s fourfold accumulator can set us up with another positive win and we can head into the derby fixtures that dominate next weekend in a positive frame of mind.

Here’s my tips for Sunday’s accumulator.

Sunday’s Premier League Accumulator Tip – 25/11/2018

    • 1:30
    • Bournemouth v Arsenal - Away Win
    • 4:00
    • Wolves v Huddersfield - Home Win
    • 5:00
    • Borussia M v Hannover - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Amiens v Marseille - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 25th November

Bournemouth v Arsenal – Away Win 

Arsenal’s long winning run came to an end against Liverpool and then the Gunners drew with Wolves at home too. They now face a tricky trip to Bournemouth who sit just one place below them in the Premier League table and who are enjoying a fabulous start to the season under Eddie Howe. However, it is notable that the Cherries have tended to come unstuck against the bigger sides in the division so far this season and Arsenal are certainly that and with Aubameyang and Lacazette amongst the goals, I think they will do the majority of the damage for the Gunners here to take the three points back to London with them.

Wolves v Huddersfield – Home Win

After a run of poor results, Wolves travelled to Arsenal last time out not expected to pick up anything from the tip, but in the end they left London annoyed that they could not hang on to claim a deserved win. Huddersfield have picked up four points from their last two games, so you could argue they are the form team here, but in truth, over the season, Wolves have been by far the better side and they have far greater quality in all areas of their squad. Huddersfield will make it tough and I can’t see many goals in this one but I do back the home team to land a solid win.

Borussia Moench v Hannover – Home Win

In what has been a season of change in the Bundesliga, Borussia Moenchengladbach have been one of the main beneficiaries of Bayern Munich’s poor start to the season. They lie second in the table, four points behind Dortmund and they have lost just two of their 11 games so far this season. Hannover lie in 16th place in the drop zone and have just two wins this season and this is a huge ask for them to go to one of the top teams in the division and pick up a point. Borussia have some very talented players too, and individually and collectively, they should be strong enough to get a decent win at home today.

Amiens v Marseille – Away Win

The final game from this bunch is from Ligue 1 and sees Marseille, who currently lie sixth in the table, facing an Amiens side that lie 10 places below that in 16th, just outside the relegation zone in the French top division. Neither of these sides have particularly great form, although Marseille’s record is blemished by two Europa League defeats to Lazio in the last few weeks. Amiens have not kept such illustrious company and in truth, although they are the home side, they should not really be picking up much against a team boasting Payet and Thauvin as their chief attacking threats. It will be close, but I am backing Marseille to grab the 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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