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Premier League Accumulator – Matchday 8 – 7th & 8th October

Remember when they said VAR was a good thing and would help the game correct mistakes made by referees? Hmmm.

After the latest farce last week in the Tottenham v Liverpool game, I am wondering how many people who had money on a Liverpool win, or at least a draw, felt robbed by the decision to award Luis Diaz’s goal, only to see it actually disallowed due to a braindead mix up.

While the initial mistake is forgivable, what is not forgivable is not rectifying the mistake once it became clear that it had been made, which was literally seconds after the restart.

Anyway, we move on and this week I have put together a fourfold which I think has a great chance of success, but which also offers me one of the biggest possible returns for a fourfold bet I have made here.

You’ll see why the odds are so good in the selections below.

This weekend we have some interesting matches. Luton face Spurs in the early kick off on Saturday and there are some key games for teams at the bottom at 3pm with Fulham v Sheff Utd, Everton v Bournemouth and Burnley taking on Chelsea.

Manchester United’s misery continued in midweek in the Champions League and they face Brentford at home in a tricky game, while the late game sees Crystal Palace take on Nottingham Forest at Selhurst Park.

Sunday’s games are more focused at the top end of the table with West Ham v Newcastle, Brighton v Liverpool and Wolves v Aston Villa featuring five teams in the top half.

The huge game this weekend though is Arsenal facing Manchester City at the Emirates and unsurprisingly, that is one game that is included in my four picks below.

Let’s check them all out.

Premier League Acca – 7th-8th October

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    • Sat - Everton v Bournemouth Draw
    • 5:30
    • Sat - C.Palace v N.Forest Draw
    • 2:00
    • Sun - West Ham v Newcastle Draw
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Arsenal v Man City Home Win
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EPL Bet Analysis: Saturday 7th October

Everton v Bournemouth – Draw

Bournemouth dropped into the relegation zone last weekend as a result of Luton’s win at Everton and the Cherries could move out of the relegation spots with a win here over a beleaguered Everton still trying to find their first points at Goodison Park this season. Sean Dyche’s team’s four points have all come on the road (at Sheff Utd and Brentford). Between them, these two teams have just one win in 14 games this season, which doesn’t augur well for either of them looking forward. The Cherries have drawn with West Ham, Chelsea and Brentford this season and given Everton’s woeful home form, they should fancy their chances of getting something here. Everton too will feel this is a great chance to pick up a win, but I think the form of both teams competing here suggests this will end in a draw.

Crystal Palace v Nottingham Forest – Draw

Crystal Palace secured a sensational 1-0 win at Manchester United last weekend, which moved them into the top half of the Premier League table. Forest played out a somewhat disappointing draw against Brentford in a game where I felt Steve Cooper’s men didn’t play anywhere near their best and were probably lucky to come away with a point. They have picked up just three points on the road, in an away win at Chelsea, but performed well in defeat against Arsenal, Man Utd and Man City in their three other away games. Palace are not the calibre of those teams and their home form of a win, a draw and a defeat isn’t the best, hence I think the likelihood here is for another draw. Maybe even a 0-0.

Premier League Bet Analysis: Sunday 8th October

West Ham v Newcastle United – Draw

Seventh takes on eighth in the Premier League table at the London Stadium as West Ham seek to stay ahead of Newcastle in the EPL. Ahead of their game with PSG on Wednesday, Newcastle have not conceded a goal in their last five games and have beaten Man City, defeated Sheff Utd 8-0 and drawn away at AC Milan in that run. The Hammers have lost two of their last five, though they came against Man City and Liverpool. I can see this being another very close game. Both teams will have played in midweek in Europe and the Hammers will have had the longer trip to endure then. All things considered, while I can see a case for either team winning, I think the smart money is on, yes you guessed it, another draw here.

Arsenal v Manchester City – Home Win 

The two teams that went head-to-head last season in the EPL meet on Sunday at the Emirates as Arsenal host Manchester City in what could be a crucial game in the EPL. City are top by just a point after their loss to Wolves last weekend, which means a win for unbeaten Arsenal would see them leapfrog City in the table, as well as inflicting a morale-boosting win on their rivals. A draw would open the door for Tottenham or even Liverpool to take top spot while a City win would be a massive statement after their loss to Wolves last weekend. Personally speaking, having seen City in action at Wolves. I think losing De Bruyne has blunted their attack a great deal, while Rodri’s absence is sorely missed in midfield. With Declan Rice back too, I think the home side could snatch 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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