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Premier League Accumulator – 1st & 2nd May

The last two sets of tips have seen us hit with 50% of our bets pretty much bang on the money, but the other two games on that set have let us down. I am hoping I can shave off the results not working out and pop together four matches in a single selection this week!

I think we have a decent shout with this set of tips, despite there being some tough games to predict here. Top games include a London derby on Sunday between local rivals Chelsea and Fulham at Stamford Bridge, while later on in the evening Everton take on Aston Villa in what is a must win game for the Toffees at Goodison Park.

On Sunday we have a couple of crackers to look forward to with Newcastle, unbeaten in their last four, taking on Arsenal who have not won in three games and who have lost their last two. The Gunners also don’t have the best of records at St. James’ Park over the years.

However, the big game of the weekend comes at Old Trafford on Sunday where Manchester United, fresh from a 6-2 hammering of AS Roma in the Europa League semifinal on Thursday night, will take on Liverpool in what is a must win game for both sides, although particularly for Liverpool as they seek to claim one of the four Champions League qualification spots in the Premier League this season.

There are also three games that take place on Friday and Monday, Southampton v Leicester kicks off the weekend on Friday night, while on Monday there is a Midlands derby between West Brom and Wolves, while in the later game Burnley take on West Ham.

It certainly promises to be an interesting weekend which could have a decisive impact at both ends of the table. Here’s our tips for the four games we’ve put together this week.

Premier League Tips – 1st & 2nd May

    • 12:30
    • Sat - C.Palace v Man City - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Brighton v Leeds - Draw
    • 8:00
    • Sat - Everton v Aston Villa - Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Man Utd v Liverpool - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 1st May

Crystal Palace v Manchester City – Away Win

Manchester City put in one of the best performances by a British team I have seen in many years in the Champions League last week to earn a 2-1 win over Paris St Germain in the semifinal 1st leg in France. Not only did they keep Neymar and Mbappe quiet but they dominated the game, especially in the second half, and probably could have won by an even greater margin. That win sets them up nicely to pick up another three points on their inevitable road to the Premier League title here against a Crystal Palace team that have won just one of their last five and lost both their last two. Palace always make it tough for the big teams it seems, but I can’t see them upsetting the odds here and I expect a comfortable win for City.

Brighton v Leeds United – Draw

There are two games that look to me have the potential to be draws this weekend in the Premier League and this is one of them. Brighton have drawn two of their last three and their home record is the worst in the Premier League with just two wins all season. They have drawn six games on the road. Leeds though have not drawn an away game this season (winning 8, losing 8) and I think that is something of an anomaly. I was tempted by a Leeds win here as a result but Brighton do have a knack of picking up results when they need them and I can see them picking up a share of the spoils here.

Everton v Aston Villa – Home Win

The Toffees have lost seven home games this season, which is a very disappointing return for them, while Aston Villa have lost just six away from home this season. However, with Everton needing a win to keep their chances of a Champions League finish intact, I think that this will give the home side much more of an incentive than Villa have, who sit comfortably in mid-table with little to play for other than a good finishing position in the league table. It will be a close game, but I am backing the home side just to pinch the victory.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 2nd May

Manchester United v Liverpool – Home Win

All four of United’s defeats in the Premier League this season have come at Old Trafford, but even so they still have the second best home record in the Premier League. Liverpool have lost just three away from home all season, half of the number of games they have lost at Anfield, so the Reds will be happy this game is at Old Trafford. That said, United did beat Liverpool 3-2 in the FA Cup earlier this season at home and after that demolition of AS Roma in midweek, they’ll be supremely confident, especially against that makeshift Liverpool defence. With that in mind, I think United will be celebrating the win 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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