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Premier League Accumulator Tip – Saturday 15th September

I’m close but not quite there with my tips at the moment. I backed Acca TipsEngland and Spain to draw, and apart from a barmy refereeing decision which saw Danny Welbeck penalised for the heinous crime of standing still in the penalty area, I would have landed that game correctly.

Similarly I said that Finland v Hungary would be a tight game and that there would only be likely one goal to Finland, and so it proved, but unfortunately despite getting that bang on the money, my other two games didn’t quite go to plan.

So it’s fair to say that I’m a bit frustrated with how things have gone so far, so I am glad to be back on more familiar ground this week with the return of the Premier League, at least for the next month or so.

There’s some big games to enjoy too as Spurs take on Liverpool, Arsenal face a trip to Newcastle while Manchester United take on Watford, who have a 100% winning record so far this season.

All of these key games will feature largely in my fourfold accumulator for Saturdays games and the tips for which I have outlined below.

Saturday’s Premier League Acca- 15/09/2018

    • 12:30
    • Tottenham v Liverpool - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Bournemouth v Leicester - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Newcastle v Arsenal - Away Win
    • 5:30
    • Watford v Man Utd - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 15th September

Tottenham v Liverpool – Draw

After thrashing Liverpool 4-1 in a Dejan Lovren-inspired horror show for the Reds at Wembley, Spurs then denied Liverpool a win at Anfield with a controversial late penalty in what was a dramatic clash in the Spring. However, this Liverpool team is much improved since then while Spurs have not really made any great changes to their squad. Lucas Moura is a real threat alongside Harry Kane and he will give Liverpool problems, but I also feel the Reds will cause Spurs problems, especially at set pieces. This will be a close one and you can make a case for a win for either team but I am going for the score draw here.

Bournemouth v Leicester – Draw

For me these are two teams that have shone this season for different reasons. Bournemouth have earned some fine results to sit in the upper echelons of the table deservedly so. Leicester are mid-table but I think have been one of the best performing teams in the Premier League, without quite getting the results those performances deserved. With Jamie Vardy back from suspension, I fancy the Foxes to get something from this trip down South, only the way Bournemouth are playing I cannot see that being all three points. This to me looks like a game that has a score draw written large all over it and that will be my selection here.

Newcastle Utd v Arsenal – Away Win

Newcastle find themselves in an unwanted relegation spot heading into their fifth game of the campaign against an Arsenal side that had lost their first two games, albeit to Man City and Chelsea, but who have won their last two (against West Ham and Cardiff). Both sides have endured a very difficult start to the season and while Arsenal do look horrendously awkward defensively at times, I am not sure Newcastle have the attacking flair to make them pay. As a result, as bad as Arsenal have been defensively, I think their talented attack will get them the goals they need to secure a win here.

Watford v Man Utd – Away Win

If at the start of the season you had said one team would come into this game on the back of four straight wins, while the other would have two wins and two defeats, you would not have expected it to be Watford with the better record. Javi Gracia’s team have been superb this season, whereas Manchester United have, by and large, been somewhat poor, especially on the road although they did beat Burnley 2-0 at Turf Moor last time out. Watford’s physicality is what caused Spurs so many problems in their last game, but for me United are well set to deal with this and in truth, I think United’s quality in the final third will be the decisive factor in this game. I am backing it to be close, but for United to grab a narrow win.

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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