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Premier League Acca – 21st & 22nd January

Well, thanks for nothing Spurs, as it was just your inability to draw at home to Arsenal that meant that I lost out on last week’s acca tip.

All the other results came in on the money, which at least shows that I was in the ball-park when it came to the majority of the tips.

This week’s set of games is an interesting one as we have a couple of massive matches such as Arsenal v Manchester United and Liverpool v Chelsea, plus a number of games with very real implications for teams in the fight against relegation too.

Liverpool v Chelsea kicks things off with both teams badly in need of some positive form after very difficult spells. We then have some really key bottom of the table battles including Bournemouth v Nottm Forest, Southampton v Aston Villa and most crucially, West Ham v Everton.

Moving on to Sunday, the big game is Arsenal facing Manchester United, but before that Leeds take on Brentford and Manchester City are back in action with a home game against Wolves.

There is one game on Monday night which completes this set of fixtures which sees Fulham take on Tottenham with a chance to leapfrog Spurs in the table and move into the top five.

Let’s now check out the games and tips I have put together for this week’s acca tip.

Premier League Acca Tip – 21st to 22nd Jan 2023

    • 12:30
    • Sat - Liverpool v Chelsea Draw
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Leicester v Brighton Away Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Crystal Palace v Newcastle Away Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Arsenal v Man UtdDraw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 21st January

Liverpool v Chelsea – Draw

What to make of these two teams right now is a conundrum I didn’t expect to do this season, but after some poor performances from both sides of late, both these teams find themselves in the mid-way point of the EPL table. Liverpool’s poor performance at Brentford was followed by a shocker at Brighton and though they steadied the ship with a win at Wolves in the FA Cup Third Round replay in midweek, this game should be a much tougher test. I say should because Chelsea for all their spending of late, have lost seven of the last ten games and the pressure is already mounting on Graham Potter. This will probably feel like a must win game for both teams, but I think both managers will see it as a must not lose game too. Excluding penalty shoot out wins, all the last four between these two teams have finished as draws and I see Saturday’s game panning out the same way.

Leicester City v Brighton – Away Win

Leicester City have struggled for form since the EPL resumed after the World Cup, which has seen them dropping down the table somewhat worryingly for their fans and manager Brendan Rodgers. They face a tough game here against a Brighton side in superb form at the moment and who will be flushed with confidence after their 3-0 win over Liverpool last week. Brighton have won two of the last four between the two, including a 5-2 thumping of Leicester last season but their last league win at the King Power was way back in 2014 in the Championship. However, I think now is the time when Brighton may put that run of results right by landing a narrow win here.

Crystal Palace v Newcastle United – Away Win

Crystal Palace have lost as many games as they have won at home, while Newcastle’s sole defeat this season came on the road. A 1-1 draw in midweek with Manchester United was a good result for Palace, but they have struggled to put together consistent performances at home for quite some time now and at the moment, Newcastle just look capable of winning every game they play. They scored late on to beat Fulham last weekend and they have conceded just six goals away from St James’ Park, a Premier League leading stat (jointly with Arsenal). I can’t see Palace scoring here but I can see Newcastle doing so, hence I am going for another win for the Magpies here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 22nd January

Arsenal v Manchester United – Draw

The team with the second-best home record in the Premier League (albeit having played two games fewer at home than Man City) take on the team with the third best away record in the Premier League and it is 1st v 3rd as Arsenal and Man Utd renew their famous rivalry. The Gunners have scored 22 goals at home this season, conceding eight,  amassing 22 of 24 points available.  On the road United have won half of their ten away games, drawing another two but they have scored just 13 and conceded 17, which does tend to indicate it is their away form that’s the issue. With both teams in good form though at the moment and United having beaten Arsenal earlier in the season, I think that this one should be a real battle royale and at the end of it, I think a draw is the most likely outcome.


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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