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Premier League Accumulator – 6th & 7th November

We were flaming close once again at the weekend, just one of my four tips let me down for the second week in a row, which is frustrating. Spurs were so disappointing against Manchester United though and I did wonder if something had to give, and it was Nuno Santos job unfortunately.

Then to make things even more frustrating, I hit another 3/4 on the Champions League selections this week, with only Manchester United letting me down! I’ve hit 9/12 over the last three sets of selections and frustratingly, I’ve not won a penny!

Unfortunately, that is how it goes with acca bets. It is why they are low risk, high reward as they do come with a very high failure right, even when you have a great week, if one result doesn’t go your way, then that’s it.

However, I am more positive when I am getting most of the tips right as I feel that with a little tweak here or there, I may be able to turn these narrow losses into a decent return.

With that in mind, I have put together this fourfold for Saturday and Sunday’s action in the Premier League this week, which features some big games at the top and bottom of the table.

The action gets underway on Friday night as Southampton face Aston Villa, but I’ve focused on the games on Saturday and Sunday, the last set of fixtures before the final international break of the year, well I hope it is anyway!

Let’s hope we go one better with this set of tips and land that elusive win that I feel lady luck has cheated me of over the last couple of weeks!

Premier League Tips – 6th & 7th November

    • 12:30
    • Sat - Man Utd v Man City - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Crystal Palace v Wolves - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Brighton v Newcastle Utd - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Everton v Tottenham - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 6th November

Man Utd v Man City – Away Win

What a crucial Manchester derby this is for both teams. Defeat for either could move them further behind the top teams chasing the league title, but even a draw, assuming that the top two do not drop points this weekend, may still leave them more than a win behind Chelsea and Liverpool. United are already that far behind and a defeat here would leave them with a huge gap to bridge. City though are not in the best of form domestically, having been beaten, once on penalties, in their last two league games. However in recent times, the away team has tended to have the better of these games and I think City have the exact type of player United hate to play against. It will be hard and an occasionally brutal battle but I am backing City to land the win here.

Crystal Palace v Wolves – Draw

These two teams have been in much better form in recent games and not only are they picking up points, but their performances have also improved. Palace have moved Wilfred Zaha into a more central role and that has led to him being much more involved and scoring more frequently. Wolves have started to create, and take, more opportunities in front of goal while remaining miserly at the back. As such, when two sides in the middle of a good run meet and neither scores too many, but neither concede that many either, I think the odds are good on a draw. I can’t see many goals here, so 1-1 or 0-0 will likely be the result in my view but I don’t think either team will be too unhappy with that.

Brighton v Newcastle United – Home Win

Brightin continued their excellent start to the season by coming from 2-0 down to earn a 2-2 draw at Liverpool last weekend. It wasn’t just the scoreline that was impressive, but how the Seagulls played and acquitted themselves. In contrast, Newcastle United remain without a manager and since Steve Bruce left they have continued to struggle under caretaker boss Graeme Jones. Given their form at the moment and the fact that they are without a win all season long, I can’t see them making the most of their trip to the South Coast and so, I am backing Brighton to continue their excellent start with a win here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 7th November

Everton v Tottenham – Away Win

Tottenham fired Nuno Santos on the back of their 3-0 home loss to Manchester United last weekend which was rather harsh in my view, but after five defeats in their ten Premier League games this season, there was always going to be pressure on him. Now with Antonio Conte in charge, I think this Spurs team is in for a rude awakening as the Italian won’t accept half measures from his team. Everton could be the first in the firing line for that as I am expecting a big reaction from Spurs here, just as we had for United against them last week and as such, I am backing the visitors to come away with a win against an Everton side that have lost all of their last three EPL games.

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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