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Premier League Acca Bet – Sat 12th Sun 13th Sept

After one of the strangest seasons ever, and one of the shortest pre-seasons for most teams that they will ever experience, the new Premier League season begins this weekend with a slightly shortened fixture list.

Manchester City and Manchester United’s involvement in European competition to the later stages of the Champions League and Europa League has meant their opening fixture has been pushed back a week, meaning the two Manchester clubs, plus their opponents Burnley and Aston Villa, are not in action this weekend, as such there are eight games to pick from, four on Saturday and two each on Sunday and Monday this weekend.

It is fair to say that after a solid end to the season, including one fantastic week where we landed all four tips one after another for a huge profit, I am raring to get going this season and I am hopeful that at the end of the season we can look back on another great year and another sizeable profit at the expense of the bookies!

There are a couple of cracking games this weekend including the battle between Championship winners Leeds United and the current Premier League Champions, Liverpool at Anfield, while on Sunday two teams hoping for better seasons this time around meet at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London as Spurs welcome Everton.

Let’s take a closer look at the four games we have put together for our weekend accumulator on the opening day of the season.

Premier League Acca – Sat 12th & Sun 13th September

    • 3:00
    • Sat - West Ham v Newcastle - Away Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Liverpool v Leeds Utd - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - WBA v Leicester City - Away Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Tottenham v Everton - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 12th September

Crystal Palace v Southampton – Away Win

I have to admit to being somewhat surprised Crystal Palace bosses have kept Roy Hodgson in charge. The ex-England boss has done a great job for Palace in the main but the team hasn’t really come on a great deal and is not showing any real signs of doing so. Things seem somewhat stagnant at Selhurst Park as a result and I think they could be in trouble here against a Southampton team that bounced back from a dismal start to the season, including a 9-1 defeat to Leicester, to finish comfortably in mid-table. I like the cut of Ralph Hasenhutl’s jib and the way his team is set up and I can see the Saints giving teams a few problems this season starting with a win in this one

Liverpool v Leeds United – Home Win

Marcelo’s Bielsa’s newly promoted Leeds could not have asked for a tougher opener away to the current Champions and this will be a great chance for this Leeds side to test their mettle against a Liverpool side that have to be considered as genuine title challengers once again. The Reds have not made any major signings thus far, despite being long linked with Thiago from Bayern Munich, but even so they should have more than enough quality throughout the team to be able to get a result here. I don’t expect Leeds to make it easy for them though and I can’t see a repeat of a 4-1 drubbing as newly promoted Norwich got at Anfield last season, but I still expect the Reds to land a win.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 13th September

West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City – Away Win

The Baggies have brought in some interesting signings this off season, notably Pereira from Sporting Lisbon and Grady Diangana from West Ham but I can’t see the Premier League quality talent in this squad that makes me think they are here to stay for a few seasons yet. Leicester have lost Ben Chilwell to Chelsea, but I think Brendan Rodgers has signed a class replacement in Tim Castagne from Atalanta. As such, I think the Foxes are the class act in this Midlands battle and I think Jamie Vardy could be in for a good day as I am backing the Foxes to get off to a winning start here.

Tottenham v Everton – Home Win

Jose Mourinho has signed some real workhorses in Matt Doherty and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg this summer while Joe Hart strengthens the situation in goal. Jan. Vertonghen will be a loss but I think Spurs will be well able to cope. Everton have seen a number of first team squad players move on or retire and so far their biggest signing has been Allan from Napoli, although James Rodriguez has been mentioned many times.  Even if Rodriguez signs, and plays, in this game for the Blues, I still feel Spurs are going to be too strong at home and I back Harry Kane and company to land a victory on the opening round of games 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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