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Premier League Acca: 29th February & 1st March

I’ve got my fingers crossed as I write this article as I have had the first two matchesAcca Tips from my midweek Champions League accumulator come in for me, and I am now waiting on the two games on Wednesday night to see if we are celebrating another winner.

However, even if that doesn’t pan out, I am still hopeful that Thursday night’s Europa League accumulator, for the Round of 32 second leg ties taking place that night, could stand me in good stead and potentially land a win.

This set of tips is for this weekend’s Premier League action and it is a curtailed program somewhat given that Manchester City and Aston Villa are in action in the Carabao Cup Final on Sunday at 4.30pm. I reckon that game is going to be very one-sided in City’s favour, so I am keeping my selections, ostensibly for value purposes, to the games taking place in the EPL instead.

There are some interesting games to look forward to such as Liverpool’s trip to Watford in search of a win to set a new record for consecutive victories in the Premier League, Chelsea’s trip to Bournemouth after they were well beaten at home by Bayern Munich, while Sunday sees two big games as Everton face Manchester United at Goodison Park and Tottenham take on Wolves at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Here’s my tips for the games this weekend.

Premier League Acca – 29th February & 1st March

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Bournemouth v Chelsea - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - West Ham v Southampton - Draw
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Everton v Man Utd - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Tottenham v Wolves - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 29th February

Bournemouth v Chelsea – Away Win

After being thumped by Bayern Munich on home soil, Chelsea go back on the road where they have a better record this season to a Bournemouth side that are struggling for consistency. I do think the Cherries are good enough to stay up in the division this season but it may be a long haul for Eddie Howe’s team. Chelsea will have a point to prove after that defeat in midweek and I can see Frank Lampard making some key changes that I think will be the impetus they need to secure a much needed three points here.

West Ham United v Southampton – Draw

Southampton ended a run of poor performances with a much needed win last weekend, but West Ham were beaten at Anfield, although their general performance in that 3-2 defeat was encouraging. The problem for David Moyes is that there have been too many false dawns for West Ham this season and his team needs to turn those performances into points. Southampton have been better on the road than at home this season and I do fancy them to get something from this game, but I do feel a point is just about the most likely outcome for both sides.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 1st March

Everton v Manchester United – Home Win

Recent form for both these teams has generally been much improved, although Everton were narrowly defeated last weekend away to Arsenal. Man Utd have risen through the table on the back of five games unbeaten in the Premier League, but I am not convinced they are quite turning the corner just yet. For me, I think Everton are actually closer to doing that under Carlo Ancelotti than United are and with a couple of key injuries to players, I feel United could struggle against a revived and passionate Everton team that will be roared on by a vociferous home crowd. I can see both teams finding the net and I did almost plump for a draw, but something tells me Everton’s decent home record against United will stand them in good stead here to land the win.

Tottenham v Wolves – Draw

Five of the last seven games between these two teams has seen the away team emerge victorious, which is a cautionary warning for Tottenham here. Add to that the fact that Spurs are without their two leading strikers, Kane and Son, and it is easy to see why so many people feel that an upset is on the cards. Wolves have been playing well of late and are unbeaten in four, but they have drawn a lot of games this season, otherwise they would likely be in the top four. Spurs have improved defensively under Jose Mourinho, especially of late, and while I can’t see Spurs having enough to claim the win with the players they have absent, I can see them doing enough to secure a point on home soil against very dangerous opponents that have given all the top teams a real test over the past couple of years.

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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