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Midweek Premier League Tips – Tuesday 4th December

This is one of the pivotal weeks of the Premier League season, with theAcca Tips games from the weekend still fresh in the memory, we also have a full set of Premier League games on Tuesday/Wednesday this week, followed by another full set of games at the weekend.

That means there are nine points up for grabs across the three games this week, so the table could look very different come Monday morning next week, by which time the top teams will be focusing on their final, and for some, crucial Champions League games.

There are four games on Tuesday night, with six on Wednesday but I have put together two accumulators for both nights this week as I would for the weekend in the hope of landing another win.

We were only let down on Sunday by Spurs somewhat unusual defensive capitulation against a passionate Arsenal and that was a disappointment, especially with the game level at 2-2 and seemingly heading for the draw that I’d suggested (even down to that scoreline).

Still, if acca’s were easy to predict, I’d be doing this from the island I own in the South Pacific, so that’s the way the cookie crumbles from time to time.

Here’s hoping this little fourfold for Tuesday comes in and check back tomorrow for Wednesday night’s acca too.

Tuesday’s Premier League Accumulator Tip – 4/12/2018

    • 7:45
    • Bournemouth v Huddersfield - Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Brighton v Crystal Palace - Draw
    • 7:45
    • West Ham v Cardiff - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Watford v Man City - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 4th December

Bournemouth v Huddersfield – Home Win 

Bournemouth have hit a poor run of results with four defeats in a row in recent weeks and they face a Huddersfield side that started brightly against Brighton at the weekend, but then when Mounie was harshly sent off, ended up going down to a 2-1 defeat. That will have hurt David Wagner’s men as that game seemed to be going their way until the red card. Bournemouth gave Man City a decent game on Saturday before losing 3-1, but I think this home game is one they will have earmarked for a return to form and given the respective strengths of the teams and how they play, I am expecting an entertaining game but I think the home side will just about come out on top.

Brighton v Crystal Palace – Draw

This is a game with a somewhat unusual history of rivalry between the two sets of fans so it will be played in a derby-like atmosphere. Brighton’s home record is pretty strong against mid to lower table opposition but Palace have started to find some form and after picking up four points from their last two games, without conceding a goal in either of the games they played, and they are starting to look more confident as a result. I still feel Palace are not quite clinical enough in front of goal to secure the win here, especially against a Brighton team who have been very strong at home so far this season, but I think both sides would not be too disappointed if they finished this game with a share of the points.

West Ham v Cardiff City – Home Win

West Ham’s recent form is improving from the inconsistent pattern that had developed at the start of the season and the excellent 3-0 away victory at Newcastle at the weekend has them in good spirits heading into this home game against a Cardiff City side that are picking up wins at home, but struggling on the road. In truth, I cannot see that pattern changing here against a West Ham side that has some very talented players, especially going forward, and while I expect Cardiff to put up a stern and resolute display, I think over 90 minutes, West Ham’s greater quality in attack and home advantage will prove to be the deciding factor in handing the Hammers the win.

Watford v Manchester City – Away Win

Manchester City weren’t quite at their brilliant best against Bournemouth at the weekend, but they were still more than good enough to earn a 3-1 victory and against a Watford side that are struggling for form at the moment, and who lost their last home game 3-0 to Liverpool, I strongly fancy City to get a similar, if not even better result here. The Reds may be just two points behind City but in truth in terms of performances, City are miles ahead and I expect to see them back that up here with another ruthless away performance at Vicarage Road against a Watford side lacking confidence at the moment.

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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