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Premier League Acca : 10th & 11th April

We were so close to landing a Champions League acca win on Wednesday, with only Bayern Munich letting us down. I’m writing this ahead of my Thursday night Europa League tips so I am hopeful that we could still earn a winner from those tips heading into this weekend.

We have a really good set of fixtures coming up this weekend, despite only seven games being played on Saturday and Sunday. We have one game Friday night (Fulham v Wolves) plus two more on Monday (West Brom v Southampton, Brighton v Everton).

That leaves us with a set of games which, when the corresponding games were played earlier in the season, was the weekend which saw some massive shock results, namely Tottenham beating Man Utd 6-1 at Old Trafford, followed by Aston Villa smashing the Champions Liverpool 7-2 at Villa Park. We also had high-flying Leicester City humbled by an improving West Ham 3-0 at the King Power.

Well the return legs of all those games take place this weekend and it is an opportunity for teams to gain a degree of revenge for those upset results. However, whether they can or not remains to be seen, especially given the form of some of those teams heading into the games.

We’ve also got a couple of other notable games in a relegation battles as Burnley face Newcastle at Turf Moor, Sheffield United hosting Arsenal at Bramall Lane and the first game on Saturday sees Leeds travel to Manchester City in a rematch of the fantastic game between the two earlier in the season, that finished in a 1-1 draw.

Let’s take a look at the four games I have backed for my accumulator this week in the Premier League.

Premier League Accumulator – 10th & 11th April

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Liverpool v Aston Villa - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Crystal Pal v Chelsea - Away Win
    • 2:05
    • Sun - West Ham v Leicester - Draw
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Tottenham v Man Utd - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 6th April

Liverpool v Aston Villa – Home Win

Liverpool have lost their last six home games in the Premier League, their worst record, in, well, ever I think. Villa are a team that also hammered the Reds earlier on this season, smashing them 7-2 at Villa Park in a game where Villa could easily have scored ten or eleven goals. That defeat will still smart with Liverpool and after their midweek Champions League loss, they will know they need a big performance here to set them up for Real Madrid on Wednesday night. I can’t see a big win here, but I think this time Liverpool will get it right and claim that important victory but expect Villa to make it tough.

Crystal Palace v Chelsea – Away Win

Chelsea delivered a very professional performance away to FC Porto in the Champions League quarterfinals in the week and that 2-0 lead will give them huge confidence heading into this London derby game at the weekend. Palace’s form of late is good with just one defeat in five but they have had three draws in amongst that run. I think Chelsea’s blip against West Brom was precisely that and I expect them to get back to winning ways in the Premier League here with a solid win and a good performance on the road at Selhurst Park.

Bet Analysis: Wednesday 7th April

West Ham v Leicester City – Draw

The Hammers were 3-0 winners back in October at the King Power and that defeat gave us a hint of how well their season would go. The Hammers now lie 4th in the table and they fully deserve that position. David Moyes side have had a few issues against the better sides in the Premier League though this season and with Leicester’s away form generally being good, this should be a very close game. I’d probably have gone for Leicester here had they had a full strength team but I think the injuries they have mean that the best they can hope for here is a share of the spoils.

Tottenham v Manchester United – Away Win

It’s amazing to think given the form of these two teams since, that Tottenham won this game 6-1 at Old Trafford back in October. Back then, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looked under huge pressure and it appeared as if Jose Mourinho had worked his magic with Spurs. Fast forward six months or so and that hasn’t transpired. United have grabbed second spot in the table and been on a long run of unbeaten form, while Spurs have played in fits and starts and struggled for consistency, as well as being knocked out of the Europa League. This should be a good game and I can see both teams finding the net but United have been excellent this season away from home and I don’t see that changing 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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