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Premier League Acca – Sunday 26th July

The two FA Cup semi finals going the way of the underdogs last week somewhat put paid to the chances of any success, but I have to be honest and say that both Arsenal and Chelsea fully deserved their win, although they were aided by some serious under-performances from both the Manchester sides on the day.

It will make for an interesting FA Cup Final, the third time both teams have met in the tie, but for this week we are turning our focus back onto the Premier League and in particular for the final game of the current season, which sees plenty on the line for a number of teams.

The biggest game of the day comes at the King Power Stadium as Leicester and Manchester United meet in a clash where the winner will play Champions League football next season for sure, while the loser may have to rely on results elsewhere in order to stand a chance, or will miss out altogether.

It’s also a big day at the bottom of the table with any two from Watford (who face Arsenal away), Aston Villa (away to West Ham) and Bournemouth (away to Everton) all set for the drop depending on results. And with goal difference and even goals scored being crucial, it could even go down to a team scoring or conceding one goal to decide who stays up and who goes down.

It’s been a strange old season in the Premier League in many ways and in truth, I am a bit disappointed with how many acca’s I’ve landed this season. Certain factors have not helped (no crowds at games is having a big influence on how big an advantage away teams have in my view) but I am hopeful we can finish the season on a high with this quartet.

Premier League Accumulator – Sun 26th July

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    • Crystal Palace v Tottenham - Away Win
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    • Leicester v Man United - Away Win
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    • Southampton v Sheffield United - Home Win
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    • West Ham v Aston Villa - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 26th July

Crystal Palace v Tottenham – Away Win

After a lengthy spell of indifferent form, Tottenham have found some better results in their last few games, easing the pressure on Jose Mourinho. The Champions League is not a prospect but a win here could secure them Europa League football next season, which must be a minimum requirement. Palace have not had the best of form since the return but they are well clear of the drop but have had little to play for for a while now and I think they are going to find it hard against a Spurs side that have Harry Kane back in form at just the right time. Spurs to win this one for me.

Leicester v Manchester United – Away Win

This is the key game in the Premier League this weekend. A win for either side puts them into the Champions League next season. A draw would mean Manchester United qualify and Leicester would have to hope Chelsea lose at home to Wolves in order to leapfrog the Londoners. A Leicester win, would leave Man Utd hoping Chelsea lose at Wolves in order to stay in the Champions League spots. Of the two teams, United have been by far the most consistent of late and despite that appalling FA Cup performance last weekend, I think they’ll do just enough to get the job done here.

Southampton v Sheffield United – Home Win

Back in the Autumn after a 9-0 defeat at home to Leicester, I could not see any way Ralph Hassenhutl kept his job, or Southampton would avoid defeat. Since then, the Saints have been one of the more consistent performers in the Premier League, moving well clear of the drop zone by spring and since the return of action their form, and performances, have been excellent. With 20 goals from Danny Ings, the Saints look like a team that could make a real move towards the top half next season if they can keep this team and squad together. Sheffield United have been solid this season but there are just signs they are running out of gas a little at the moment, so I am backing Southampton to land the win here.

West Ham  v Aston Villa – Draw

Aston Villa looked dead and buried with four games to go in the season, but after picking up seven points from their last three games, Villa moved out of the drop zone on a better goal difference of one compared to Watford in midweek thanks to their win over Arsenal. They now travel to a West Ham side who are also in great form and who secured their Premier League status with a fine performance in a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford in midweek. Ordinarily, given their improved form, I would have backed the Hammers here, but I just feel that securing safety will have given them slightly less of an edge, whereas Villa know they need something from this game and must better Watford’s result away to Arsenal. As such, I am backing Villa to grab a point here which may be enough to keep them in the Premier League.

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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