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Midweek Acca Tip – 21st, 22nd & 23rd January

I’m not going to pretend last weekend was anything less than disappointing, with only the Liverpool tip coming in (and really, that should not count given how many games the Reds have won this season). So despite having won a sizeable amount the week before to kick off things in 2020 with a bang, I was disappointed with last weekend’s showing.

There were some mitigating circumstances. Troy Deeney’s penalty miss was a big one, as was 50% of the games played in the EPL last weekend ending in draws (much more than usual). Plus there were a fair few surprise results, which is clearly evident when you realise that the only teams in the top eleven to win this past weekend were Liverpool and Wolves, who incidentally clash at Molineux on Thursday night.

Three out the top six went down to defeat (Chelsea, Leicester and Man Utd), while teams that had been struggling for form, Norwich and Burnley to name but two, picked up three valuable points.

So while last weekend was disappointing, I do think it was one of those quirky weekend in the Premier League which can happen from time to time and it hasn’t dented my confidence too much, not when you consider I am massively in profit in the year already from the week before.

So with that in mind, here’s my midweek acca tip for the games taking place on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd January in the Premier League.

Premier League Accumulator – 21st, 22nd& 23rd January 2020

    • 7:30
    • Tue - Aston Villa v Watford - Away Win
    • 8:15
    • Tue - Chelsea v Arsenal - Home Win
    • 7:30
    • Wed - Leicester v West Ham - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Thu - Wolves v Liverpool - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 21st January

Aston Villa v Watford – Away Win

Villa earned a battling draw away to Brighton at the weekend, while Watford also picked up a point at home to Spurs, but the Hornets will feel it should have been more, due to Troy Deeney’s missed penalty being crucial in the game finishing goalless. That said, of the two teams here, I think it is the visitors who have by far the better form and who are playing much the better football at the moment. For Villa, it is pretty much Grealish or bust with McGinn out injured and I think that lack of dimension will be crucial here against a Watford side really playing well under Nigel Pearson. It may only be one goal in it, but I am backing Watford to come away with a big three points here.

Chelsea v Arsenal – Home Win

When these teams met at the Emirates in December, Arsenal dominated the game for 80 minutes and led 1-0, before Chelsea grabbed two late goals to clinch a 2-1 victory in a game that summed up the fortunes under then boss Unai Emery. Since then Mikel Arteta has taken over at Arsenal but in truth things haven’t got much better in terms of results, even if performances have seemed to pick up and their is definitely more unity at the club. Chelsea were victims to a smash and grab at Newcastle on Saturday, losing 1-0 in the very last minutes of added time, but I think they will be on the mark to claim a much-needed win in this one.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 22nd January

Leicester City v West Ham – Home Win

The Foxes fans will be very disappointed that their team could not hold onto a first half lead and succumbed to defeat at Burnley last time out. A win could have moved them level on points with Manchester City and opened up the gap on Chelsea below them, so it was a big three points dropped. David Moyes saw his West Ham side earn a point in a battling 1-1 draw at home with Everton and I expect his West Ham team to be dogged and determined again here, but I do feel the extra quality Leicester have in midfield will be the difference here and I am backing the Foxes to earn a bounce-back win.

Bet Analysis: Thursday 23rd January 2020

Wolves v Liverpool – Away Win

It’s been a tough run of games for Liverpool of late, Leicester away, Wolves home, Sheff Utd home, Everton home, Spurs away and Man Utd at home and not only have Liverpool won them all, they have not conceded a goal in any one of those games, the latest being a 2-0 win over Manchester United on Sunday. Wolves though came back superbly from a 2-0 half time deficit to beat in form Southampton 3-2 at St Mary’s. The home side did beat Liverpool in the FA Cup last season at home but this Liverpool side is just steamrollering everybody here. Back Liverpool to win this one to keep the momentum going.

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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