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Premier League Acca Tip – Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th July

Last weekend’s FA Cup Quarterfinal tips were let down by the two middle games, although to be fair, Arsenal’s injury time winner just about sums up the luck I have been having with my tips for a while now as up until that point, the game was heading for the draw that I had predicted.

Anyway, that is how things go, especially in cup competitions, but this weekend I am turning my attention back to the Premier League as we follow a midweek set of games, with another set of matches across the weekend and as such, we will be focusing on the games on Saturday and Sunday this week.

The full set of games for Matchday 32 takes place through to Monday, when Spurs face Everton at home, but there are five games taking place on Saturday with four more on Sunday, which gives us plenty to get our teeth into there.

Interesting games include Wolves taking on Arsenal at home, Burnley facing Sheffield United in the first of Sunday’s games while Champions Liverpool face relegation threatened Aston Villa at Anfield on Sunday afternoon, followed by Man City’s trip to an in-form Southampton later on that night.

Here’s hoping that this selection of tips can prove to be a winner this weekend.

Premier League Acca – 4th & 5th July

    • 12:30
    • Sat- Norwich v Brighton - Away Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat- Wolves v Arsenal - Home Win
    • 12:00
    • Sun - Burnley v Sheff Utd - Draw
    • 2:15
    • Sun- Newcastle v West Ham - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 4th July

Norwich City v Brighton – Away Win

Norwich have lost seven of their last eight Premier League games and all of their games since the season restarted and in truth, they look devoid of confidence, belief and ideas in their most recent games. In contrast, Brighton started the resumption of the season very well, picking up four points from games with Arsenal and Leicester before they were beaten by Manchester United on Tuesday night. Even so, I don’t think that will faze Brighton a great deal and I still think that the Seagulls will have too much for Norwich here to land a vital away win that could just about confirm their safety from relegation this season.

Wolves v Arsenal – Home Win

Sixth takes on seventh in the table at Molineux on Saturday. Wolves have lost just six games all season, the second fewest behind Champions Liverpool, and they are six points clear of Arsenal behind them in the table and only two points off fourth and three points off third in the table. The Gunners will want to back up their 4-0 win over Norwich in midweek with another win here, but I think Wolves are a very tough team to beat at the moment, especially at home and that shaky Gunners back line does not give me any confidence of being able to keep Wolves at bay. Arsenal may grab a goal, but I think that Wolves will come out on top with a solid win here to keep their Champions League hopes very much alive.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 5th July

Burnley v Sheffield United – Home Win

After being thumped by Manchester City on their return to action, Burnley have bounced back superbly well to land 1-0 wins over Watford and Crystal Palace in their last two games, which moved them into 9th spot in the table, one point ahead of their opponents today who on the back of two defeats in a row in the league, ahead of Thursday’s game with Spurs, have dropped to 10th. Both of these teams are very similar in many ways and I can see this game being a tough one for both. That said, I feel Burnley’s better form and confidence will just about make them the slight favourites to win this one, most likely by another 1-0 scoreline.

Newcastle United v West Ham – Home Win

Both of these teams have recorded excellent wins in midweek, Newcastle thrashing Bournemouth 4-1 on the road, while West Ham snatched a late and deserved victory when beating Chelsea 3-2 at the London Stadium. That said, since the restart of action in the Premier League, Newcastle have been one of the form teams, with only their FA Cup defeat to Manchester City the blemish on the record with a win over Sheff Utd and a draw with Aston Villa (only being denied in injury time) meaning the Toon Army have picked up seven points from three games, scoring eight goals in the process. West Ham badly needed a win and performance and got both against Chelsea to move out of the relegation zone but they will know that they must keep picking up points to avoid dropping back into it. However, the form Newcastle are in at the moment, I fancy the home side to pick up another three points here against the wildly inconsistent Hammers.

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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