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Premier League Acca – Saturday 9th February

Last weekend was a story of close but no cigar for me as both days saw me land 3/4Acca Tips tips bang on the money, with just the final game letting me down from two very sizeable accumulator wins.

On the Saturday, it was Everton who were the team I was cursing as rather than a draw, they produced another inept home display to be on the wrong end of a 3-1 defeat to Wolves and then the following day I landed three great results only for Fiorentina to come up a goal short of defeating Udinese when they earned a 1-1 draw at the Friuli.

However, those results combined with the win from the week before that have shown that I am bang on the money in the vast majority of selections and I am confident I can continue this positive form into this weekend and maybe land another winner.

First up we have Saturday’s Premier League action with seven games taking place and Liverpool are in action at Anfield against Bournemouth while Manchester United and Arsenal face games against relegation candidates on the road.  There’s also a couple of key relegation battles in amongst this weeks game for good measure.

So without any further ado, here’s my tips for Saturday’s Premier League games.

Saturday’s Football Accumulator – 09/02/2019

    • 12:30
    • Fulham v Man Utd - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Huddersfield v Arsenal - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Watford v Everton - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Brighton v Burnley - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 9th February

Fulham v Manchester United – Away Win

Fulham won’t be keen on seeing Manchester United walking out at Craven Cottage on Saturday lunchtime. The home side have only picked up two draws in their last 11 encounters with the Red Devils and their last win over United came way back in 2009. Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer United have won nine and drawn one of their last ten games and they have moved into real contention in the race for Champions League spots next season, leaping above Arsenal into fifth in the table. With Rashford on fire and Pogba seeming to be hitting top form too, United should have more than enough quality to get the job done here against a Fulham side that still has plenty of problems defending.

Huddersfield Town v Arsenal – Away Win

It’s fair to say that Huddersfield Town look about as doomed as any team has in the Premier League since Derby’s disastrous season a while or so ago. Even a change of manager hasn’t seen their results improve and a visit of Arsenal, who themselves are not in great form but who should surely fancy their chances here, is not likely to see the Terriers points tally increase any further. The Gunners were beaten 3-1 at Manchester City last weekend, but put up a decent display in the main and they’ll certainly fancy their chances of securing a win against a side that has been hemorrhaging goals of late. Arsenal should win this game and win it very comfortably indeed.

Watford v Everton – Home Win

Both of these teams have tended to blow hot and cold at times this season but of the two, I think Watford have actually been the team in better and more consistent form of late. Everton’s woes at home are well documented but the Toffee’s have been decent on the road at lesser opponents, markedly at Burnley where they rattled in five goals. Since that win though, they have found things tougher and Watford are not going to make things easy as they showed in their recent games against some top quality opponents, most notably Tottenham and Man City. I’m not convinced by Everton’s defence at the moment and with Watford having some excellent attackers, I fancy them to get the result they need here.

Brighton v Burnley – Draw

The first half of the season may have been markedly better for Brighton than Burnley but since then, things have turned around somewhat and the Clarets have been in great form in recent weeks which has seen them move up the table and in contrast, Brighton’s lack of results means they are being slowly subsumed by the pack chasing safety at the foot of the table. A win for Burnley here would move them level on points with Brighton, a fact which would have seemed almost impossible just a few months ago. Brighton are not losing too many games, but with just one win in their last 11, they are not picking up full points too often and that is a problem Chris Hughton needs to solve. Burnley are flying and I think their run of drawn games is likely to continue with them picking up another valuable point 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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