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Midweek Premier League Acca – 2nd – 4th February

A tough weekend of results last time out, but that is the nature of the Premier League at the moment. In the space of a week we have gone from Man Utd being the champions elect and set to win everything, while Liverpool looked on a course for relegation – to Man City now being unbeatable, the Reds back in the title race while the likes of Everton, Spurs and United haven’t won in their last couple of games.

There’s no rhyme or reason to some of these results. If you’d said a Spurs team, that beat Man Utd 6-1 at Old Trafford earlier this season, would go to Brighton, a team without a home win all season, and lose 1-0 (and be lucky it wasn’t more), you’d never have believed it.

Half the problem is that form seems to be so impermanent for most teams this season. Take Liverpool who were well top at one point, then didn’t win in five EPL games but have now won back to back away games against top six opponents. Where did that form suddenly come from?

I do think injuries and fatigue is playing a huge role in the weird nature of the EPL this season and it looks like that is going to be the case for the remainder of the season.

That has prompted me to try and be a little more circumspect with my bets over the next few weeks. It’s either that or just pick a result at random and see how we go with some games!

Anyway, I make no apologies for trying to find a winner, even at shorter odds. That may be the best option while things fluctuate so much in the Premier League at the moment.

Here’s my four games that are part of my midweek EPL acca this week.

Premier League -2nd, 3rd & 4th February 2021

    • 8:15
    • Tue - Man Utd v Southampton - Home Win
    • 6:00
    • Wed - Burnley v Man City - Away Win
    • 6:00
    • Wed - Fulham v Leicester - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Thu - Tottenham v Chelsea - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 2nd February

Manchester United v Southampton – Home Win

I have to admit to being a bit disappointed with both of these sides in the last few games. United have not kicked on from beating Liverpool in the FA Cup, while Saints have lost three of their last five in all competitions. Southampton’s away record is generally good and United’s home form can be erratic, as evidenced by their loss last week to Sheffield United at home. That said, if Southampton were in form, I could maybe make a case for them here, but they aren’t. As such, I think United will get back on track with a win here but they may have a few nervy moments while doing so.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 3rd February

Burnley v Manchester City – Away Win 

Manchester City have been the most consistent team in the Premier League for a while now and after a good run of results for the home side, Burnley played poorly at the weekend when losing to Chelsea and I can’t see Sean Dyche’s men having the run of things in this game too. City’s defense has been much tighter this season and that has played a key role in them returning to the top of the table. Goalscoring has been more of an issue but I don’t think City will need more than a goal to win this game and I can’t see Burnley finding the net in reply.

Fulham v Leicester City – Away Win

Fulham have drawn their last two games, while Leicester drew at Everton but then were beaten at home by Leeds at the weekend. The Foxes away form though is much better than their home form this season and that will be a worry for Scott Parker as his Fulham team have lost three of their last four at home. That defeat at Leeds hands at the weekend will have stung Leicester and Brendan Rodgers will want a response here and I think that he will get it. I think Leicester should win this one relatively comfortably.

Bet Analysis: Thursday 4th February

Tottenham v Chelsea – Home Win

A big London derby rounds off the midweek set of Premier League fixtures but it is two teams whose form has had peaks and troughs all season. Spurs seem to be in a trough once again after two defeats in two, while Chelsea are on the rise with two wins and a draw in their last three. Thomas Tuchel has made a number of changes since taking over from Frank Lampard, but Jose Mourinho will want a statement win here from his team after that Brighton loss at the weekend and this derby game should give him an opportunity to get that. The form suggests Chelsea, but form has been wrong for most of the season, so I am backing Spurs to land 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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