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Midweek Premier League Acca – Wed 30th January

The second of the midweek dates in the Premier League this week comes onAcca Tips Wednesday night when we have just four games taking place, all of which I have put together in this particular accumulator bet.

A recent win has left me positive that 2019 is going to start better than 2018 ended for me, with so many near misses, and hopefully we could be celebrating another winner from last night’s selections, if not then this fourfold may well put us back on track.

Three of the top six are playing tonight including Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham, while relegation threatened Southampton and Crystal Palace face each other in what should be an interesting game at St Mary’s.

Following on from showing the Newcastle v Man City game live last night, BT Sport are showing the Liverpool v Leicester clash live tonight, so if you want to tune in to watch, that is the place to head.

Here’s my tips for the four games taking place this evening.

Wednesday’s Premier League Acca – 30/01/2019

    • 7:45
    • Bournemouth v Chelsea - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Southampton v Crystal Palace - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Liverpool v Leicester - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Tottenham v Watford - Home Win
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Bet Analysis:Wednesday 30th January

Bournemouth v Chelsea – Away Win 

This is going to be an interesting match between two teams that have already met twice this season. Chelsea beat Bournemouth 2-0 at Stamford Bridge in the league early in the season and then knocked them out of the Carabao Cup at the quarterfinal stage with a 1-0 win, also at Stamford Bridge. However, both teams have made a big signing in the past few days, Bournemouth landing Welsh starlet Chris Mepham from Brentford, while Chelsea have snapped up Gonzalo Higuain on loan from Juventus. With the two players potentially in direct opposition, it could be who wins that battle will come out on top in the game too. Bournemouth’s last home game was a win against West Ham but I think this London-based side will be too strong and Chelsea will pick up the points.

Southampton v Crystal Palace – Draw

Southampton recorded a rare away win in the Premier League against Palace earlier this season and both teams form has fluctuated over the course of the campaign so far, but both seem to be hitting better form at the present time. Saints beat Everton last time out in what was a great win for Ralph Hassenhuttl’s men against a decent Everton side, while Palace pushed Liverpool very hard at Anfield. With Wilfred Zaha in good form and Andros Townsend amongst the goals, Palace are a real threat but there is no denying that they have underperformed this season, especially against the lesser teams. That said, Southampton are hardly a model of consistency and while you can make a case for any of the three potential outcomes in this game, I feel a draw is the most likely result.

Liverpool v Leicester – Home Win

Nerves were shredded at Anfield the last time the Reds played at home as Crystal Palace pushed them all the way, however the home side prevailed once again and they now face potentially an equally tough test in the Foxes. The Reds won the reverse fixture 2-1 at the King Power earlier this season but it was a game Leicester dominated for long periods and perhaps should have got something from. The Reds will also be aware of the record Jamie Vardy has against them and after conceding three at home last time out, they’ll want to tighten up. However I can see them doing precisely that and securing a relatively straightforward win here.

Tottenham v Watford – Home Win

The news that Dele Alli joins Harry Kane out injured until March means that with Moura also not fully fit and Son on international duty, Spurs attacking options have been decimated in recent weeks. That doesn’t augur well for a team that were beaten by Watford at Vicarage Road earlier in the season and who may be solely reliant on Fernando Llorente for this game as an attacking force. Watford do blow hot and cold at times and for every great win and solid performance, there is an equally disappointing one, but there’s no doubt that Javi Gracia is doing a fine job. I think this will be a difficult one for Spurs and although Watford are good enough to clinch a point, I just feel that the home side will do just enough to scrape a 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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