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Midweek Premier League Accumulator – 8th – 10th February

No luck last week with out accumulator in the FA Cup, but thankfully we are back with almost a full selection of Premier League games to come both in midweek this week and also at the weekend.

After a winter break and a round of FA Cup games at the weekend, may of the teams will start this part of the season refreshed and with some key players back to fitness, some after lengthy spells out on the sidelines with injury.

It’s going to be an interesting remainder of the season, both domestically and also in European competition with so many teams having plenty to chase and of course, with some teams being very busy in the winter transfer window too, there’s going to be intrigue at the bottom of the table too.

So this set of games coming up this week will be a key one for many teams and will start the run in to the end of the season in May. There’s still plenty of games to go before then and there will be plenty of twists and turns along the way.

I’m looking forward to see how Newcastle go after some astute signings over the winter break, Frank Lampard’s new role as manager at Everton will be hugely interesting, while Norwich seem to have found form at to lift themselves out of the bottom three.

So there is a huge amount to look forward to over the next few months as we head towards the summer and let’s begin with my selections for this midweek EPL fourfold accumulator.

Midweek EPL Acca Tips – 8th – 10th February

    • 7:45
    • Tue - Newcastle v Everton Draw
    • 7:45
    • Wed - Norwich v Crystal Palace Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Wed- Aston Villa v Leeds Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Thu- Wolves v Arsenal Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 8th February

Newcastle United v Everton – Draw

These two teams are hoping, or perhaps even expecting, to have a much better second phase of the season than first. Newcastle still sit in the relegation zone despite going three games unbeaten and they have invested heavily in players in the transfer window. There needs to be an immediate return on those investments to pull the Toon Army away from the drop zone. They face an Everton side now with Frank Lampard in charge and with three big new signings in the transfer window themselves, including Dele Alli. The Toffees beat Brentford 4-1 in the FA Cup at the weekend at Goodison but I think this will be much tougher and with both having so much to play for, I think avoiding defeat will be key here, hence I am going for the draw.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 9th February

Norwich City v Crystal Palace – Away Win

Norwich have hit a great run of form of late with four wins in their last five games a run which has moved them out of the relegation zone and also seen them progress in the FA Cup. Crystal Palace’s form has been erratic, but in fairness it usually is. They are a team who are one the trickiest to predict in the entire Premier League. However, their recent record with Norwich is excellent and with several players returning from the African Cup of Nations for Palace, I think they could well end Norwich’s return to better form by landing a win here at Carrow Road.

Aston Villa v Leeds United – Home Win

Aston Villa are another team that have been busy in the transfer market in recent times and I think the addition of Philippe Coutinho and Lucas Digne in particular ae very shrewd moves. Leeds have had a case of second season syndrome in the Premier League this season and they have struggled compared to last year. Injuries have played a role in that but I also do feel teams know what to expect from them now and can cope with that style of play and exploit it more easily. That is what I expect Villa to do here and as such I am backing the home side to land the win.

Bet Analysis: Thursday 10th February

Wolves v Arsenal – Home Win

Wolves lost a rare home game in the FA Cup last weekend to Norwich, whereas Arsenal had the weekend off as they were knocked out in the third round by Nottingham Forest. In the league though, Wolves are the side in much the better form of late as Arsenal have hit another bump in the road in performances, without a win in their last five. In contrast, Wolves have been picking up some very good wins and I think that makes them the favourites here, especially when you consider that they have won the last two games between the two teams.

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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