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Premier League Acca – 19th & 20th February

We were so close to landing a winner on Wednesday in the Champions League, strangely it was the most reliable team in the Champions League over the last few years, Bayern Munich, that let us down by only earning a draw away to Salzburg.

Still, I still have my Europa League tips to go on Thursday night, so everything isn’t over yet, but I am going to now look ahead to the weekend and the next set of Premier League games on the horizon.

This weekend we have a good selection of games to pick from that includes some interesting matches such as Crystal Palace taking on Chelsea, Manchester City facing Spurs, Newcastle going for their fourth win in a row against West Ham and on Sunday Leeds United host Manchester United.

As per usual, we have gone through the games for the weekend to come up with what we feel is an accumulator that offers us a decent chance of success, plus a decent value return, especially after some lower value punts over the last week or so.

Anyway, here’s my selections for this week and good luck if you are having a bet, whether you back these tips or not.

Premier League Acca Tips – 19th & 20th February

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Arsenal v Brentford Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - C.Palace v Chelsea Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Southampton v Everton Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Wolves v Leicester Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 19th February

Arsenal v Brentford – Home Win

I’ve gone for a pretty conservative first game this week with Arsenal taking on a Brentford side that have found victories very hard to come by of late. The Bees did famously beat Arsenal in their first home game of the season and there is no doubt in my mind that the Gunners will have that on their minds here. Arsenal sit sixth in the table at the moment, but have three games in hand on West Ham and Man Utd above them and if they can win them, they’d be well clear of those two rivals and hot on the heels of Chelsea in third. I think they can take a big step towards that by landing the victory here against a Brentford side lacking a bit of confidence.

Crystal Palace v Chelsea – Away Win

Chelsea have become a nemesis team for Palace, as the Stamford Bridge side have won all of the last eight between the two teams and ten of the last twelve. Palace’s last wins came back in 2017 and in truth, they have taken a fair few beatings at the hands of Chelsea since then. I do think this Palace team is improving, but it has been slow progress and in truth, they don’t have the finances to really match the top sides. As such, I would expect Chelsea to be confident of adding a second win in a row to their record here.

Southampton v Everton – Home Win

Southampton are now 10th in the EPL table, while Everton lie 16th after their win last week against Leeds United moved them onto the coat tails of their opponents that day. Another win here would be a huge one for Frank Lampard and his new side and there are signs Everton are starting to click under the new manager. However, Southampton have proven stubborn to beat this season and they have lost just once in their last five games. I think they have some bright attacking players and I think at home, they can cause this Everton side, which has been relatively newly put together, some problems just as Newcastle did. As such, I am going for the Saints to win here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 20th February

Wolves v Leicester City – Home Win

These two teams are quite unusual as they sit at the opposite ends of most of the goalscoring stats. Leicester have been involved in more games with both teams scoring than any other EPL team, Wolves the fewest, Leicester have scored 15 more goals than Wolves this season, but have conceded 24 more. Only Manchester City have conceded fewer goals than Wolves in the Premier League this season and given Leicester’s issues, they are without a win in four, losing two of those games, this looks like being another very tough task. Wolves don’t slip up too often at home, even against the top sides and I think they will get the job done here in a fixture that has seen just two goals scored in the last five games.

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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