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Premier League Accumulator – Matchday 10 – 28th, 29th October

We were just one Arsenal goal away from a £210+ win last week with our Acca tips, so yet another very, very close shave to add to the numerous others we’ve had alongside our wins this season.

So what do we have in store this week? Well, hopefully a bit more luck across all four games we pick would be nice!

At the time of writing, I don’t know how my Champions League tips published Tuesday and the Europa League tips published Thursday have done, but hopefully one of those has turned out a winner!

This weekend’s action in the Premier League gets underway with another Friday Night game, this time it’s a London derby between Crystal Palace, who were soundly beaten by Newcastle United last weekend, and Tottenham, who went back to the top of the table on Monday night after their 2-0 win over Fulham.

We then have four games on Saturday and five games on the Sunday to look forward to.

Saturday’s action starts with a second London derby of the weekend as Chelsea face Brentford in the 12.30 Saturday kick off. There are just two games at 3pm, with an intriguing game in the 5.30pm kick off as Wolves host the in form and freescoring Newcastle at Molineux.

Sunday’s games start with David Moyes welcoming his old club, Everton, to West Ham but there is no doubt what the big game is this weekend as the Manchester derby takes centre stage as Manchester United play host to Manchester City at Old Trafford in the final game on Sunday.

Both teams come into this game in need of a win, but with City having had the better of the fixture in recent times, can Manchester United land a statement win against their local rivals to continue their climb away from the midtable?

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

Premier League Acca – 28th-29th October

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Bournemouth v Burnley Draw Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Wolves v Newcastle Away Win
    • 1:00
    • Sun - West Ham v Everton Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Man Utd v Man City Away Win
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EPL Bet Analysis: Saturday 28th October

Bournemouth v Burnley – Draw

Andoni Iraola, as I suspected last week, is very much in the hot seat with bookmakers pricing him up as the manager most likely to be the first sacked in the Premier League this season. That makes this game against bottom three side Burnley all the more important as anything less than a win here will likely to be deemed to be not good enough by the Cherries board.  Vincent Kompany’s clarets are now 18th, a point behind Luton and three off Everton in 16th. They should feel confident of getting something here against a side with just one point taken from their last 15 available and I think that the most likely outcome here is that the game will finish in a low or no scoring draw.

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Newcastle United – Away Win

Wolves landed a very important win away at Bournemouth last week, a result which moved them up to a season-high 12th in the table. The home side have now lost just one of their last five games and have picked up eight very valuable points over that period. Newcastle are one of the form teams in the Premier League at the moment with four wins and a draw in their last five games. Eddie Howe’s team are also the leading scorers in the division with 24 goals this season and they are looking likely to be able to sustain a challenge for the top four places once again. This will be a tough test for them in the midlands but I am expecting the Toon Army to come away with the points from their trip south.

Premier League Bet Analysis: Sunday 29th October

West Ham United v Everton – Home Win 

West Ham were given a thumping last weekend by an Aston Villa side that have the best home record in the Premier League at the moment. The Hammers will therefore be glad to be back on home soil this weekend against an Everton side who have won three of their last four games in all competitions and who lie three points clear of Burnley in the drop zone. Sean Dyche’s side improved performances of late have been marked, but this does look like a tough trip for the Toffees against a side that has beaten them both times in the last two times this fixture has been played. I think this looks like being another home win for the Hammers here.

Manchester United v Manchester City – Away Win

The Manchester derby is the big game of the weekend and it is going to be an intriguing one. Manchester United’s struggles this season are well-documented and they have already lost twice in five home games at Old Trafford. They face a Manchester City side who have lost twice on the road this season, at Arsenal and Wolves, so both teams will feel that they have something to prove here. City have the upper hand in most of the recent games between the two including last year’s FA Cup Final win. I can see this being a tight Manchester derby and it may take the odd goal to win it, but I think City are much more likely to claim the win in that regard.


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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