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Premier League Acca – Saturday 22nd September

Last weekend was another frustrating one where a couple of unusual Acca Tipsresults (did anybody have West Ham down to beat Everton away from home?) did for what were otherwise solid acca bets. Still that is how things go with this type of bet.

The positive aspect is that I am not miles out with my predictions and most of them have been close, even in the games where the result hasn’t quite worked out for me. In the past, that has proved a good indicator to suggest a win is not far off.

This week after a busy European week for top teams, the Premier League returns with some interesting games across Saturday and Sunday, the majority taking place on Saturday.

Let’s now have a look at my four tips for games on Saturday in the hope that they can land us all a decent acca return this week. I’ve played it safe with my selections as I think it’s about time we landed a winner of some sort.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator – 22/09/2018

    • 3:00
    • Cardiff v Man City - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Leicester v Huddersfield - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Man Utd v Wolves - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Brighton v Tottenham - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 22nd September

Cardiff City v Manchester City – Away Win

Manchester City’s great form continued last week with a solid win over Fulham while Cardiff received a bit of a tanking at the hands of Chelsea, eventually going down to a 4-1 defeat. To be honest, I can see the same kind of thing happening again to the Bluebirds as City are playing at a level above most teams in the Premier League at the moment and they are particularly devastating on the counter attack. Cardiff will put up a brave battle, but I cannot see anything other than another comfortable City win, likely by multiple goals, at the Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Leicester City v Huddersfield Town – Home Win

Last week, Leicester produced their worst display of the season in a 4-2 loss at Bournemouth, while it was another pointless weekend for the Terriers as Crystal Palace took all three points back with them to London. David Wagner’s team do have a habit of producing a good result from nowhere, but I think Leicester are going to be itching to put things right after last weeks poor display and in front of their home fans, I think they will be keen to put on a good show. I fear if Leicester get an early goal this could be a torrid afternoon for Huddersfield and I am, of course, backing a Leicester win here.

Manchester United v Wolves – Home Win

Of all the games this weekend, this is the one in the Premier League that intrigues me the most and it is also the one that I have most trepidation on in this quartet of selections. United have won their last two games on the road, but were well beaten by Spurs last time out at Old Trafford and Wolves have lost just the once since earning promotion last season (at Leicester). This Wolves team is one to watch and I think they can cause United real problems on the counter but having said that, United should have more than enough attacking quality, even on a Champions League week, to get a positive winning result here, but I do expect it to be a very close run thing.

Brighton v Tottenham – Away Win

Brighton’s point at Southampton was earned thanks to a last gasp penalty from Glenn Murray and that win saw them move onto five points. Spurs were poor against Liverpool and could (and should) have lost by a lot more than a 2-1 scoreline. That said, I think Spurs are too good to let this poor run continue and I think with Dele Alli close to a return, they could cause Brighton some real problems here. I think Son’s return is another huge boost and I would not be surprised to see the South Korean international start here. If he does, I feel Spurs could win this one relatively comfortably.

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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