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Premier League Acca – 23rd & 24th April

We didn’t have much luck in midweek, despite starting well with the Liverpool v Manchester United game, but as we move towards the tail end of the season, I am hoping to land another couple of wins to put me into healthy profit for the year.

This week we have another full weekend of action in the Premier League, albeit with nine games to pick from as we have another Monday Night game between Crystal Palace and Leeds, which isn’t part of these tips.

However, we do have some cracking games to pick from including a number of derby games, as well as a couple of massive games with implications at the top and bottom of the table.

At the top Manchester City can stretch their lead to four points with a win over Watford, while in the early game on Saturday, two sides in the battle for fourth spot in the table will duke it out at the Etihad as Arsenal and Manchester United lock horns.

We also have a Midlands derby between Leicester and Aston Villa, and a London derby in the evening between Brentford and Spurs.

Then on Sunday, south coast rivals Brighton and Southampton face off, as do London rivals Chelsea and West Ham and of course, the big game on Sunday sees the two Merseyside rivals face off as Liverpool host Everton hoping to close the gap on Manchester City once again.

It’s a tricky weekend to find some value bets, but I think I have come up with a cracker with this fourfold.

Weekend Acca Tip – 23rd & 24th April

    • 12:30
    • Sat - Arsenal v Man Utd Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Leicester v Aston Villa Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Norwich v Newcastle Away Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Burnley v Wolves Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 23rd April

Arsenal v Manchester United – Home Win

The big game on Saturday is also the early kick off game as Arsenal face Manchester United with both sides attention firmly focused on the battle for fourth spot in the Premier League. With West Ham and Spurs also embroiled in this battle, the winner of this game will take a big step towards landing that prize and denting the hopes of their rivals. Given that Arsenal were 4-2 winners at Chelsea in midweek, while Manchester United were thrashed for the second time this season by Liverpool, going down to a 4-0 defeat at Anfield, the Gunners should be confident of getting the job done here, even with Erik Ten Hag now confirmed as the new Man Utd boss from next season.

Leicester City v Aston Villa – Home Win

Leicester City’s problems keeping clean sheets once again haunted them in midweek where they conceded a very late equaliser to Everton. They face an Aston Villa side that have lost all their last four games in the Premier League and which has put a bit of pressure on Steven Gerrard to turn this poor run of results around. There’s no real danger of the Villains being dragged into the relegation battle, but the ex-Rangers boss will want his team to finish the season strongly, especially with games against Manchester City and Liverpool coming up. However, I think Leicester are starting to find their best form now, late in the season, and I am backing the Foxes to clinch the win here.

Norwich City v Newcastle United – Away Win

Dean Smith has already probably resigned himself to relegation, even though he won’t admit to it, and Norwich are probably already in a mode to rebuild for a promotion challenge next season. In contrast, since the takeover and new signings in the transfer window, Newcastle have been very much on the up and another home win in midweek over Crystal Palace has moved the Geordies into 11th place in the table on the back of three straight wins. The confidence that this should give them means that i fancy them to make it four wins out of four with another victory at Carrow Road on Saturday.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 24th April

Burnley v Wolverhampton Wanderers – Away Win

Wolves hopes of the top four or maybe just a place in Europe may be a long shot now, but there is no doubt that they will keep battling. They face a Burnley side who, like Wolves, don’t score many goals but also don’t concede too many either. Burnley’s problem this season has been too many drawn games and not enough wins and I must admit I was tempted by the draw bet here in this game. But my feeling is that Wolves are a team that are very dangerous on the counter attack and Burnley need to win to close the gap on Everton and I can see Wolves taking full advantage of that and securing a win in this way.


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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