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Premier League 2022/23 Opening Weekend Acca!

Hello again, we’re back once again with the start of a new Premier League season and we’re hoping to once again land a profit atAcca Tips the expense of the bookmakers over the course of the next 8-9 months or so.

Last season we made a small profit, which is better than a loss, but perhaps not as much as I would liked to have posted over the course of a season and I am hoping that having reviewed the data from last year and earmarked where some of those close calls went a little awry, I may be in a better position to capitalise on things a little more this time around.

Of course, it is the nature of accumulator betting that you do not win the majority of the time, but when you do win, you can win enough to cover the costs, and more, of what you have bet previously. That said, it would be lovely to start the new season with a positive outcome here.

This year we welcome back Fulham and Bournemouth to the Premier League and they are also joined by Playoff winners Nottingham Forest and I think all three of the newly promoted teams are going to find life a little tough initially.

Big games this opening weekend include Fulham hosting Liverpool, West Ham taking on Manchester City, Everton facing Chelsea, Manchester United taking on Brighton and a new look Spurs hosting Southampton.

Anyway, we have scoured the games taking place on Saturday and Sunday and come up with the following four selections for our opening weekend acca.

Premier League Accumulator – 6th & 7th August

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    • Sat - Bournemouth v Aston Villa Away Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Everton v Chelsea Away Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Leicester City v Brentford Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - West Ham v Manchester City Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 6th August

Bournemouth v Aston Villa – Away Win

I do really like what Steven Gerrard has done at Aston Villa since taking over, even if results have not always gone the way he would have wanted. He has made some very good signings and radically improved this Villa squad and against a Bournemouth side that I feel are going to struggle back in the top flight, I would imagine the ex-England captain wants his team to get off to a positive start. I do feel Bournemouth are going to go back down and I would expect the quality that Villa now have in attack and midfield, as well as a strengthened defence, to be enough to ensure that they get off to a positive start here.

Everton v Chelsea – Away Win

I must admit that I have been very surprised at Everton’s recruitment, or lack thereof, this pre-season. With Richarlison gone, I expected the Toffees to make at least one major signing in attack, a goalscorer. But they instead brought in a defender and wide midfielder, both from relegated Burnley. Chelsea have lost some star defenders but have recruited well in the likes of Koulibaly and Sterling and I think they are not finished yet with their transfer moves. Thomas Tuchel hasn’t been too happy with how his team has performed in the pre-season but I think that they are more than capable of taking advantage of what I feel is one of the poorest Everton squads in a long time here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 7th August

Leicester City v Brentford – Home Win

Leicester City are another team that hasn’t been too active in the transfer market this past pre-season period and I am a little surprised at that given how they didn’t perform to their usual high standards last season. Consistency was their issue and Brendan Rodgers decision to keep faith with his squad could either pay dividends or backfire. Brentford have made some solid signings and they will be a dangerous team again this season under Thomas Frank, but I think that they do struggle on the road and as such, I am backing the Foxes to pick up the win in front of their home fans.

West Ham v Manchester City – Away Win

My final selection this week involves the Champions, Manchester City, who face a tricky opener away to West Ham United, a team they drew with at the end of last season. City were beaten by Liverpool last week in the Community Shield but I think they won’t be too concerned with that provided they get off to a positive start here. West Ham’s squad is much changed from last season and they have some intriguing new players, Scamacca in attack being one to watch, but I think regardless of that, City have so much quality that they will be the team to earn the three points 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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