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Midweek Premier League Acca – 4th & 5th April

Well, the less said about the weekend tips the better! They went in the bin early and did not get any better!

So, as you may have guessed, I am not happy. I don’t mind missing out if I am close, but that was disappointing at the weekend.

But with a set of midweek games to play in the Premier League, I have decided to put together a set of bonus tips ahead of the weekend’s games in the Premier League and the resumption of European action next week.

There are a total of six games in action on Tuesday and Wednesday night, involving teams from the top, middle and bottom of the Premier League.

The biggest game is Chelsea v Liverpool on Tuesday night, but perhaps the West Ham v Newcastle game on Wednesday is bigger in terms of how much is at stake for both the teams involved.

There’s also an absolutely massive relegation six-pointer game as Leeds take on Nottingham Forest at Elland Road, while a number of other teams involved in the relegation battle, Bournemouth, Leicester and West Ham have the chance to pick up points too against opponents further up the league table.

With things so tight at the bottom of the table, and in the battle for the Champions League and European places for next season, these games could have a considerable impact on any teams chances in those battles.

Let’s now take a look at the four games I’ve picked for this week’s matches.

Midweek Premier League Acca – 4th & 5th April

    • 7:45
    • Tue - Leicester v Aston Villa Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Tue - Bournemouth v Brighton Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Tue - Chelsea v Liverpool Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Wed - West Ham v Newcastle Utd Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 4th April

Leicester City v Aston Villa – Away Win

Brendan Rodgers spell as Leicester City manager is over after the Foxes fell to a 94th minute defeat against Crystal Palace at the weekend thanks to a Mateta strike. The defeat saw the Foxes drop back into the relegation zone for the first time in several weeks and underlined just how far the once Premier League Champions have fallen this season. In contrast, Aston Villa are flying under Unai Emery and have the second best record in the Premier League at the moment behind Arsenal over the last five games. With Ollie Watkins scoring plenty of goals at the moment, and with the confidence of a 2-0 win over Chelsea behind them, the Villains will be looking to bag another big three points here and truth be told, I can’t really make a convincing case here as to how and why Leicester can stop them.

Bournemouth v Brighton – Away Win

Bournemouth have won their last two home games against Liverpool and Fulham, so they will approach this south coast battle with Brighton with a higher degree of confidence than you would expect. Brighton came through an exciting 3-3 draw with Brentford at the weekend, where the Seagulls had an incredible 33 shots on goal in the game, 15 of those hitting the target. Those people expecting the Brighton bubble to burst under Roberto De Zerbi have been disappointed as the Seagulls excellent form has continued under the Italian and in some cases has got even better than when Graham Potter was in charge. Bournemouth badly need a win to aid their fight against relegation here but I cannot see them beating Brighton, or indeed picking up a point against them.

Chelsea v Liverpool – Home Win 

With Graham Potter gone, Chelsea will face off against Liverpool with a caretaker manager in the role, but rumours that Julian Nagelsman will take over the helm at some point. For Liverpool, they badly need a win after a 4-1 thrashing at Manchester City last weekend and they probably would have much preferred for Potter to be in charge for this game, especially after the home side lost 2-0 at home to Villa at the weekend. The problem for Liverpool is their diabolical away record and while Chelsea’s home form isn’t that great, with home support and a new manager, you think they would get a bounce from this and as such, I am backing the home team to break the series of 0-0 draws between the two and land the win here.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 5th April

West Ham Utd v Newcastle Utd – Away Win

Both these teams landed huge wins at the weekend, West Ham a nervy 1-0 win over bottom club Southampton, which moved them out of the relegation zone, while Newcastle played superbly to record a superb and richly deserved 2-0 win over Manchester United at St James’ Park. The Toon Army have won their last three games after a somewhat poor spell of form and that has moved them back up to third in the Premier League table, at least until Monday night’s game between Everton and Spurs. I feel that West Ham’s lacklustre performance against Southampton is a real concern here and as such, with confidence very high, I am backing Newcastle to land a very important 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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