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Premier League Acca – Saturday 23rd February

Once again, due to a hectic schedule I am having to get these tips together aAcca Tips little earlier than usual, so I am not sure how my Champions League and Europa League tips went this week. I missed out by one result again at the weekend, which is now getting frustrating as that has happened around seven times over the last few weeks.

Still, it does show that the majority of my tips are on the money and I am pretty confident of this selection bearing some fruit. There’s not much choice of games to go with on Saturday as there are just four in the Premier League taking place that day (two take place on Friday and two more Sunday, plus the Carabao Cup Final) which means it is limited options for today.

Not that this has worked out too bad as one I’d put together my tips and researched them, I was very happy with the value of the bet and I think this has an excellent chance of landing us a longer odds winner. Goodness knows we’ve been so close so many times in the past few weeks that we’re owed a bit of luck sooner rather than later.

So with that in mind, here’s my tips for the four Premier League games part of my Saturday accumulator this week.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator – 23/02/2019

    • 12:30
    • Burnley v Tottenham - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Bournemouth v Wolves - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Newcastle v Huddersfield - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Leicester v Crystal Palace - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 23rd February

Burnley v Tottenham – Away Win

Last time out, Tottenham edged a very tight encounter at Wembley thanks to an injury time goal from Christian Eriksen. Burnley counted themselves very unlucky not to get a point from that game and I think Sean Dyche will want a degree of payback here. The problem for Burnley is that I think Spurs have played some of their best football away from Wembley this season and added to that, they seldom draw games, which means that it is win or nothing for most opponents when Spurs are involved. I can see Burnley making a real fist of this and giving Spurs a hard, physical battle, but I think the extra quality Spurs possess, notably with Son and Eriksen in particular, means that they just about have the edge and should come away with the three points.

Bournemouth v Wolves – Away Win

Bournemouth have been up and down this season and although they thrashed Chelsea 4-0 at home a few weeks ago, they have followed up that result with defeats in their last two games. Wolves in contrast are unbeaten in their last five games and are playing some excellent football under Nuno Santos. Both sides play attractive football and I think this will be an enjoyable game for the purist to watch, but I think of the two teams Wolves have the edge when it comes to the added quality in midfield and I also feel that with Callum Wilson not quite 100%, the visitors also have the edge in attack and I feel that could be the crucial factor in Wolves securing the win on the south coast.

Newcastle United v Huddersfield Town – Home Win

If Huddersfield felt that appointing a new manager in Jan Siewert would help them regain some form, it hasn’t worked out that way. The former Borussia Dortmund B team coach has not overseen a win for his team since he took over, despite some relatively favourable fixtures and now they travel to another relegation-threatened side in Newcastle. Rafa Benitez has seen his Newcastle side win of late, most memorably against Manchester City, but they have struggled at times at home against lesser opponents. However, with new signing Almiron now available, I think they have the quality to unlock these defences a little more easily and as such, I am backing St James Park to enjoy a rare treat of a solid home win this weekend.

Leicester City v Crystal Palace – Draw

For me, these two teams have underachieved this season and this is down to two things, not taking their chances and inconsistency. Both have given the very best teams in this division a real fright, both have beaten Manchester City for a starter but they have failed to convert those kinds of performance on a regular basis which would have seen them surely move up the league. Palace are in the better form at the moment, but I think at home, Leicester are a tough nut to crack and with Palace so wasteful in front of goal at times, i am never confident one goal will be enough for them to win a game, hence I am going to go for the draw in this one.

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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