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Football Accumulator Tips – Saturday 10th November

We’ve got a nice split of six games in the Premier League on Saturday, Acca Tipsfollowed by four games on Sunday in what should be a nice double-header of Premier League accumulator tips this weekend and one that I am pretty confident that at least one of my selections of tips will come good on.

I was unlucky last weekend as just one freak result on each day stopped me landing another couple of wins on the back of the two wins I have had relatively recently. Most galling was Watford’s loss to Newcastle, which had they taken any of the myriad of chances they had in the first half, would have seen me a lovely long odds winner on Saturday.

Still, it goes to show how tricky these accumulator bets are to land but I am also pleased that it does show that I am getting most things close to the mark with my predictions.

No luck in the Champions League in midweek, but I am still hopeful my Europa League acca will come through for Thursday night. If not, then I am confident that one or both of my weekend accumulator tips for the Premier League games, will be a successful one.

Here’s my tips for the longer odds accumulator on Saturday.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator Tip – 10/11/2018

    • 12:30
    • Huddersfield v West Ham - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Leicester v Burnley - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Southampton v Watford - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Crystal Palace v Tottenham - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 10th November

Huddersfield Town v West Ham – Away Win

Last week, Huddersfield managed to land their first win of the season over Fulham on Monday night, while a couple of days before, West Ham had had a scare before coming through 4-2 at home to Burnley. The Hammers side are now starting to gel, particularly in attack where Felipe Anderson is starting to justify his hefty price tag. My worry for Huddersfield here is that they don’t score too many goals and against a West Ham side that can score plenty, I fear that even if they do, the Hammers may get a couple of goals to secure that win, especially with Arnautovic and Anderson looking in good form at the moment. I don’t expect there to be much between these teams but I do feel West Ham will clinch a rare away win here.

Leicester City v Burnley – Home Win

It’s going to be a tough and emotional day at the King Power Stadium for Leicester fans and players as they remember the clubs owner on home soil for the first time since the awful helicopter accident. Burnley, fresh from a tough away trip to West Ham, now face the prospect of taking on a Leicester side that will be highly emotional for this game and I think in truth, that doesn’t really help Burnley’s cause. I fully expect Leicester to put in an inspired display to remember their owner in the right way and I think the Foxes will record another home win.

Southampton v Watford – Draw

I’ve been beating the drum about how poor Southampton are this season for a while now and I think that was proved in their 6-1 thumping away to Manchester City. Watford went down to Newcastle last time out, in a game that really the Hornets should never have lost having squandered several great chances in the first half. Mark Hughes will know that he cannot see his team endure too many more winless games but I think Watford are going to be stung after what happened at Newcastle and will be right up for this one. As such, while I can’t see the Saints losing at home, I think Watford will do enough to secure what would be a solid point.

Crystal Palace v Tottenham – Away Win

It is the third London derby in a row for Crystal Palace as after a draw with Arsenal and defeat at Chelsea last week, they now take on Tottenham at home. Spurs will be lifted by their good win over PSV in the Champions League in midweek, a win which keeps their hopes of progress flickering in that competition. In the League Spurs have looked shaky defensively in particular of late but I think Palace’s attack isn’t really equipped to take full advantage of that, despite their creditable 2-2 draw with Arsenal. With Harry Kane finding his form and both Alli and Eriksen getting back to full fitness, I think Spurs will just about edge this one.

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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