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Premier League Accumulator – Matchday 6 – 23rd, 24th September

We were just one result away from another big winner last weekend, with the Manchester United v Brighton game being the one that let us down.

Still, another close shave means that at least I am still running hot when it comes to making the right selections, so hopefully we can add that elusive second win of the season this coming weekend.

We have a series of ten games across Saturday and Sunday, split evenly between the two days and I think that this may well be the norm when we have European fixtures played in the midweek prior to the weekend.

This weekend’s biggest games include Liverpool taking on West Ham at Anfield on Sunday, Chelsea hosting Aston Villa on the same day and Manchester United travel to Burnley for what is now a crucial game for them this season.

Leaders Manchester City take on Nottingham Forest at the Etihad, but the big game of the weekend is Sunday’s clash at the Emirates as the North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham lock horns once again.

With both teams just two points adrift of City and sitting fourth and second in the league table respectively, this is a game that neither can afford to lose if they want to stay within touching distance of City at the top of the table.

It will also be interesting to see if Luton can pick up their first points of the season with a home game against a Wolves side who, despite playing well in a number of their games, have just one win and four defeats in their five matches this season.

Here’s the games I have selected for my weekend EPL acca bet this week.

Premier League Acca – 23rd and 24th September 2023

    • 5:30
    • Sat - Brentford v Everton Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Sat - Burnley v Man Utd Away Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Chelsea v Aston Villa Draw
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Arsenal v Tottenham Home Win
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Premier League Bet Analysis: Saturday 23rd September

Brentford v Everton – Home Win

Everton’s financial woes have hit the club hard this season and with the club set to be sold, controversially, to an American investment group, it is fair to say that Sean Dyche and his team have an incredibly difficult few months ahead. That starts here with a trip to London to face a Brentford side who are unbeaten at home this season and who only lost their first game of the season away to Newcastle United last weekend. The Bees play some attractive football and in Bryan Mbuemo and Yoann Wissa, have found two strikers who have contributed seven goals between them in the EPL this season, even in the absence of Ivan Toney. Everton did pick up a draw away to Sheffield United to get their first points and goals of the season, but I think this is going to be a very big ask for the Toffees to get anything from this one. I expect Brentford to land a win here.

Burnley v Manchester United – Away Win

Manchester United have lost four of the six games that they have played so far this season, including all of their away games and that is run of form which Erik Ten Hag cannot allow to continue. Burnley picked up a solid point in a 1-1 draw away to Nottingham Forest on Monday night last week. That will give Vincent Kompany and his team something to build on. They may feel taking on United when they are so out of sorts on the road is a good opportunity for them and that may well be the case. However, after a spirited battle in Munich in midweek, when they only went down to a 4-3 defeat, I think United will take something from that and as such, I am going to back them to end their run of away defeats here with a narrow win over the home side at Turf Moor.

EPL Bet Analysis: Sunday 24th September

Chelsea v Aston Villa – Draw 

At which point are Chelsea eventually going to kick start their season? Having spent so much money, it is staggering to see the Londoners languishing near the bottom of the table having landed just one win in five games and five points in total. Aston Villa have lost all of their away games in the Premier League this season, but won their home games, a fact which won’t have escaped Unai Emery’s attention. I haven’t really seen anything from Chelsea to suggest that their form is close to being turned around and as such, I think Aston Villa, who have looked strong at home, could well pick something up here. I can’t see that being a win but I do feel that the Villains are good enough to take a point against this stuttering Chelsea team.

Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspurs – Home Win

Fourth place in the table takes on second as the two unbeaten North London rivals clash at the Emirates on Sunday. Arsenal have continued on from their successes of last season, winning the Community Shield and dropping just two points in their opening five games of the season, landing some big wins in that run, such as against Manchester United. Spurs have looked reborn under Ange Postecoglu in the post-Harry Kane era but whether they are good enough to maintain that challenge remains to be seen. This will be a close one but I think Arsenal will do just enough to claim the win on home soil.

Dean Wyatt

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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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