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Premier League Accumulator: 24th & 25th October

Last weekend followed the theme of the weekend before, we were superb with our Saturday predictions, nailing them both almost on the money but on Sunday our luck ran out although in truth, both the tips we made could well have gone our way if not for last minute goals in each games going against us.

Still, at least it shows that my tips are there or thereabouts and with that in mind, I have put together a fantastic quartet of games for this weekend in what is a relatively small selection of games taking place across Saturday and Sunday.

That is because we have Aston Villa hosting Leeds on Friday night, plus two games on Monday as Brighton face West Brom and Burnley host Tottenham, which means we have just the seven games to select from across the weekend.

However, it just so happens that my research for these games has put together a fourfold accumulator that offers fantastic odds, well above what I’d usually expect from a relatively small number of games, so I am hopeful that this could well be one of the biggest wins in a while, if the predictions prove correct this weekend!

The big match, which is included in the selection is the game at Old Trafford as Manchester United face Chelsea in what should be a cracker and I’ve also included the London derby between winless Fulham and Crystal Palace, as well as a couple of intriguing options for Sunday too.

Let’s take a closer look at the tips for this weekend.

Premier League Acca – Sat 24th/Sun 25th October

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Fulham v Crystal Palace - Away Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Man Utd v Chelsea - Draw
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Southampton v Everton - Draw
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Wolves v Newcastle - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 24th October

Fulham v Crystal Palace – Away Win

Fulham managed to take a point from their trip up north to face Sheffield United last weekend, their first of the season, and they will be happy with that but this London derby does seem to be a step up in quality with Crystal Palace having won twice already this season. Roy Hodgson’s team are maddeningly inconsistent at times, capable of beating Man Utd away but equally of losing to the bottom teams at home. That said, I think Palace’s main issues have been at Selhurst Park for the last few months and I think on the road, playing on the counter suits them better. As such, I can see the likes of Townsend and Zaha causing Fulham real problems here and I expect the visitors to land the win as a result.

Manchester United v Chelsea – Draw

Last season, Manchester United won this fixture 4-1 on the opening day of the season, but I think things will be a little trickier this time around for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men. Chelsea are a better and more rounded team now and I think in the likes of Havertz and Werner, they have two players more than capable of carving apart the United defence on the counter attack. That is what Palace did so effectively earlier this season at Old Trafford and I can see this Chelsea team doing the same. The Red Devils did win 4-1 at Newcastle but that scoreline was inflated with late goals somewhat and as such, I don’t think they can expect to land anything better than a draw from this one.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 25th October

Southampton v Everton – Draw

Perhaps the most incredible thing about this game is that Jordan Pickford won’t be sitting it out suspended alongside Richarlison after the keeper’s horror tackle on Virgil van Dijk went unpunished either in the game or retrospectively. Southampton have recovered from a poor start to win two and draw one of their last three, including last weekend’s last gasp draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Everton though look a much stronger side under Ancelotti and I think the Toffees will get something from this long trip south, however I think that with the Saints in form too, it will have to be a point they are satisfied with.

Wolves v Newcastle United – Home Win

After a slow start to the season, Wolves have won their last two games by a single goal margin and they should probably be confident of keeping a clean sheet against a Newcastle side who are not renown for their goalscoring threat. The visitors have won on the road this season, at West Ham, but their recent form has been very much up and down and their 4-1 thumping against Man Utd won’t help them here. Wolves don’t score too many either but I fancy them to get a couple here and claim a relatively comfortable home win on Sunday afternoon.

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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