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Premier League Acca: Saturday 1st December

Not much luck last weekend, Saturday was a disappointment as a fewAcca Tips results didn’t go as planned but I was closer to a nice win on Sunday with just Wolves unexpected home defeat to Huddersfield being the one game that let me down in what was an otherwise decent selection.

I’m not sure how my midweek Acca tips have done in the Champions League or Europa League as yet as I’m having to prepare this a little earlier than usual in the week, but here’s hoping that one of those trio of bets have landed.

That brings us nicely on to this coming weekend which is something of a derby weekend in the Premier League, although you have to wait for Sunday for all three of the derby matches to take place.

Remember too, the action for the Premier League starts with a Friday night game this week as Cardiff take on Wolves at 8pm in what should be an interesting start to the weekend, although I won’t be including that game in my tips this week.

Here’s my selection of four matches from the six on Saturday which I hope will land me a nice acca win this week.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator Tip – 1/12/2018

    • 3:00
    • Huddersfield v Brighton - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Leicester v Watford - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Newcastle v West Ham - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Southampton v Man Utd - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 1st December

Huddersfield Town v Brighton – Home Win 

Huddersfield fans were celebrating a huge win last weekend as they secured a massive win away to Wolverhampton, a ground where Manchester City and Manchester United have failed to win at already this season. That win for David Wagner moved Huddersfield up to 15th in the table and was their third game in a row without defeat. They have another great chance to pick up points here against a Brighton side that have a frankly shocking record on the road in the Premier League. This is a tricky one to predict as both teams are very difficult to ascertain at times, but I am going for Huddersfield’s better run of form to be the key to them landing another crucial win here.

Leicester City v Watford – Home Win

I thought Leicester showed some real heart to come back from a 1-0 deficit to Brighton last week and claim a draw thanks to Jamie Vardy’s penalty. The ex-England striker has always been a real goal threat for the Foxes since they returned to the Premier League and I would be surprised if he didn’t start this game against a Watford side who were well beaten 3-0 at home by Liverpool last time out. Leicester’s form is erratic and Watford have been the better of the two this season in the Premier League, but I think at the present moment in time, Leicester’s form is much better and with home advantage, I am backing this to be a narrow win for the home team.

Newcastle United v West Ham – Home Win

A little while ago, Newcastle were at the foot of the Premier League table and all the talk was about a crisis at Tyneside. I never felt Newcastle were as bad as their results suggested due to their very tough start and the fact that they have won three on the bounce in the Premier League, to move up to 13th in the table is testament to that. They face a West Ham side that is still struggling for consistency, especially away from home and that must be a concern for Manuel Pellegrini, having invested heavily in securing players for the Hammers in the summer. With Newcastle on a roll and West Ham lacking consistency, I think this could well be Newcastle’s fourth win in a row.

Southampton v Manchester United – Away Win

After their disappointing o-0 draw with Crystal Palace at Old Trafford, Manchester United fans will be demanding a response at St Mary’s against a Southampton side that fell to another demoralising defeat, this time 3-2 at Fulham, which leaves them on the brink of the drop zone. With their rivals picking up points, it has now become a critical situation for the Saints and in truth, I cannot see it improving here. Manchester United have struggled at home under Jose Mourinho at times, but they have produced some of their best displays on the road too and I think they will have too much attacking power against this limited and ineffectual Southampton side to secure a much-needed win for the visitors.

Dean Wyatt

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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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