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Midweek Premier League Acca – 14th – 16th December

Well at the moment, my tip from Saturday has come in and I am now waiting on my two Sunday selections and if I can manage to land them, then I will be considerably better off by the time you are reading this, so fingers crossed!

We have what will be the second of three midweek dates in the Premier League over December, with another set of midweek games coming up over the Festive period. This set of games takes place from Tuesday to Thursday this week and there are some intriguing games at the top and bottom of the table.

Perhaps the biggest game in terms of the race for the Champions League places is Arsenal facing West Ham on Wednesday night, but there are some others including Brighton v Wolves, Brentford v Manchester United and Chelsea taking on Everton on Thursday.

At the foot of the table, the Burnley v Watford clash looks key, and there will be plenty of interest in the goings on at Carrow Road as Dean Smith welcomes his former club Aston Villa in what is going to be a hugely intriguing game between the two.

As you’ll know, we’ve already landed a couple of acca wins this season which means we will be in profit for a good while yet, but I am hopeful that this set of games may also give us a great chance of another win. Perfect in time for Christmas!

So here are my tips for the games this week in the EPL.

Premier League Acca Tip – 14th to 16th December

    • 7:30
    • Tue - Brentford v Man Utd Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Tue - Norwich City v Aston Villa Away Win
    • 7:30
    • Wed - Brighton v Wolves Draw
    • 8:00
    • Wed - Arsenal v West Ham Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 14th December

Brentford v Man Utd – Away Win

Ralf Rangnick has won two and drawn one of his three games in charge at Manchester United so far, but in truth, United haven’t really looked any better. A laboured win over Palace was followed by a heavily rotated team drawing in the Champions League with Young Boys before United snatched a win at Norwich with a controversial penalty and were hanging on to win at times. However, wins to breed confidence and it is fair to say Brentford have theirs back with just one defeat in their last five. I have to be honest and say this pick is, I feel, my most difficult this week as I can see Brentford giving United plenty of problems, but I am backing United’s greater quality to steer them to victory.

Norwich City v Aston Villa – Away Win

It is going to be very interesting to see Dean Smith’s Norwich, who were very unlucky to lose to Manchester United at the weekend, respond to playing his former team, Aston Villa in this game. Norwich’s form and defending have improved a great deal under Smith already and it is fair to say that Steven Gerrard has had a very positive impact at Aston Villa since becoming their new manager. This will be an intriguing game for many reasons but I just feel that Norwich’s lack of quality at times, especially in wider areas, does cost them and I think Villa have the wide players to exploit. this and take the victory.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 15th December

Brighton v Wolves – Draw

Brighton’s game with Spurs was cancelled at the weekend, so they should be well rested ahead of the visit of Wolves on Sunday. The Midlands side have been unlucky to lose to both Manchester City and Liverpool in the past week, both by 1-0 scorelines, the game against Man City decided by the controversial award of a penalty. There’s no doubt Wolves look very tough to break down and beat at the moment and Rafael Lago deserves great credit for that, but so do Brighton and with both teams a little shot shy in front of goal, I think that this game does have the look of a low-scoring or no scoring draw.

Arsenal v West Ham United – Home Win

Arsenal have improved under Mikel Arteta this season and they have climbed the table well following a dreadful start when they lost their first three games. West Ham have been flying under David Moyes, but they have hit a bit of inconsistent form of late, though wins over Liverpool and Chelsea have kept them battling away for at least the fourth spot. Arsenal, along with Manchester United and possibly a couple of other teams are going to be in that battle too so this is a key game for both these teams. The Hammers I feel are the better team at the moment, but they have been hit hard by injuries defensively and I think Arsenal, despite their lack of consistency at times should have enough to land a win here.

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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