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Premier League Acca – 3rd & 4th October 2020

Last week we were so close to a lovely £430 win. All we needed was for Burnley to grab an equaliser against Southampton and that cash would have been ours, but for once Sean Dyche’s men, who have usually been pretty reliable for me over the years, could not find the equalising goal.

However, I am delighted that my other three results came in pretty much as I expected, although I did need an after full time penalty to seal the win for Manchester United against Brighton!

So buoyed with the confidence of a decent showing last week, I am looking forward to this weekend, which I think has a number of intriguing matches, plus a number that I think are pretty easy to predict.

However, I am not going to stay completely safe and try to land a lower odds win on these games, I am going to mix in some higher odds selections to make that acca bet really worth winning!

It’s been an interesting start to the season with four teams unbeaten so far and the shock result being Manchester City’s 5-2 home defeat by a rampant Leicester City, who sit atop the table at the moment.

Here’s my acca tip for this weekend’s action in the Premier League as we head towards a busy October.

Premier League Acca – Sat 3rd & Sun 4th October

    • 3:00
    • Sat- Everton v Brighton - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Sat- Newcastle v Burnley - Draw
    • 12:00
    • Sun- Man Utd v Spurs - Home Win
    • 12:00
    • Sat- Leicester v West Ham - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 3rd October

Everton v Brighton – Home Win

Brighton were so unfortunate to lose to Manchester United last weekend, had they taken their chances and not hit the woodwork four times, then they would have been comfortable winners. Everton have been one of the surprise teams of the Premier League this season racking up three impressive wins, two on the road and I fancy the home side to get the job done here too. Their rebuilt midfield of Allan, Doucoure and Rodriguez looks like being the cornerstone of the team and with Calvert-Lewin racking up five goals in three games, and Richarlison amongst the goals too of late, I fancy the Toffees to have a very good campaign this year and they should make it 12 points from 12 with a win here in my view.

Newcastle Utd v Burnley – Draw

I think both of these teams have struggled a little to get started this season. Newcastle have blown hot and cold despite picking up four points. They were superb away to West Ham, awful at home to Brighton, smashed seven in the Carabao Cup at Morecambe and then were very fortunate to get a point away to Spurs last week. Consistency is not a byword for the Toon Army at the moment. Burnley have lost their opening two games and Sean Dyche will be desperate to end that run here and in a game between two shot-shy teams, I could see potential for a 0-0 draw here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 4th October

Leicester City v West Ham – Home Win

If you go to Manchester City, land a win and score five goals in the process, then you deserve to be top of the table and that is precisely what Leicester City are after last week’s stunning win over the Citizens at the Etihad. They face a West Ham side who bounced back from two poor defeats to record a much more impressive 4-0 win over a lacklustre Wolves side last weekend, a result which moved them up the early league table into mid-table. The Hammers have the players to cause Leicester some real issues on the counter attack but the way the Foxes played last weekend, I cannot back against them making it four wins from four games here.

Manchester Utd v Tottenham – Home Win

After losing to Crystal Palace and barely scraping a very fortunate win at Brighton, it has not been the best of starts for Manchester United. Similarly, Spurs have picked up a disappointing four points from three games, albeit they were robbed of a win by a crazy last minute penalty decision against Newcastle last weekend. Of these two teams though, I have been more impressed by Spurs over the past seven days, but Jose Mourinho’s record at Old Trafford as a visiting manager isn’t that great and I think Solskjaer knows that his team need to put in a performance here to get a bit more positivity about their team. As such, while I expect their to be goals and it to be very close, I am just about backing Manchester United to land the win 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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