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Premier League Acca – Saturday 12th January

After the FA Cup last weekend saw its fair share of surprises, including the Premier League’s top Acca Tipsteam being eliminated from the competition, we are back to Premier League action this weekend with some crucial games at the top and particularly at the bottom of the table.

While all eyes are on Tottenham’s clash with Manchester United at Wembley on Sunday in terms of the big game, there will be equally rapt attention at the other end of the table as four of the relegation battlers face off with Huddersfield taking on Cardiff City in South Wales, while Burnley have a home game against Fulham in Lancashire.

Manchester City will have to wait until Monday night to play their game of the week as they face Wolves on Monday Night Football, which means they will have over 48 hours to digest how their title rivals Liverpool got on, as the Reds travel to the south coast to take on a tricky opponent in Brighton, especially after losing their last two games (away to Man City in the League and Wolves in the FA Cup).

Some of the shocks last weekend didn’t quite turn out as I’d hoped so we didn’t land an acca, but now were back to league action, at least for the next few weeks, I am looking forward to landing a decent money bet after a number of near misses in the past month or so.

Here’s my selections for my accumulator this week.

Premier League Accumulator – 12/01/2019

    • 12:30
    • West Ham v Arsenal - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Burnley v Fulham - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Cardiff City v Huddersfield - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Crystal Palace v Watford - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 12th January

West Ham v Arsenal – Away Win

West Ham’s historic record against Arsenal is enough to give any Hammers fan the screaming heebie jeebies and in truth, I cannot see that record improving any here at the London Stadium on Saturday. The Gunners have had their problems of late, losing at home to Spurs and then being thumped 5-1 at Anfield by Liverpool, but against the lesser teams, Unai Emery’s team have been ruthlessly clinical at times. I expect West Ham to make a game of it and I think the likes of Arnautovic and Anderson can cause the visitors problems but I feel the pace of the Arsenal attack will be too much for West Ham to deal with and hence I reckon the Gunners win this one comfortably.

Burnley v Fulham – Home Win

Burnley have blown hot and mainly cold this season which must be a frustration to their likeable manager Sean Dyche. However, at the moment the Clarets are in the middle of a hot run of form having won all of their last three games to move out of the relegation zone and also to earn an FA Cup Fourth Round spot. Fulham in contrast remain in the drop zone in 19th place and went out of the cup last weekend. Claudio Ranieri has tightened up that Fulham defence but now scoring goals is a problem. I can’t see many goals in this one to be fair but any that do go in, I fancy will go to the home team alone.

Cardiff City v Huddersfield – Home Win

Huddersfield’s abysmal form of late, combined with injuries to key players, has made this a nightmare Christmas for David Wagner and his team. Cardiff, like Huddersfield, went out of the FA Cup at the third round stage last week, but that could be a blessing for the teams as they fight for Premier League survival. Cardiff have been good at home against their rivals and with Huddersfield’s miserable run of form showing no signs of coming to an end, I can only see this game finishing as a 1-0 victory for the men from South Wales.

Crystal Palace v Watford – Draw

These two teams are amongst the most difficult to predict the results of when it comes to the Premier League. Watford have had some great results, but also some very poor ones and inconsistency has been the byword for Crystal Palace all season long, chiefly because they waste so many chances in front of goal. Watford have got a nice little run going at the moment and Javi Gracia has made them tough to beat and I feel they have enough to get something from this game, especially against a Palace side so wasteful in front of goal, but I feel that the most likely result here is either a 0-0 or 1-1 draw between the teams.

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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