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Premier League Matchday 14 Acca – 29th, 30th October

We were so close to landing our massive odds midweek tip, with only the Ajax v Liverpool game letting us down as we had gone for a draw. It looked a solid bet early on when the Dutch side were dominating the game, but three goals in the space of ten minutes put the game to bed for the Reds.

That was frustrating as the other games all came in pretty much as we said they would, including a draw in the Manchester City game and I also tipped the Bayern Munich away win in Barcelona, so while it is good to be close, it is a little frustrating to be so close once again.

Still I am back to try again this week in the Premier League as we have just three more Match Days before teams will break for the World Cup Finals in Qatar. This first one sees eight games on Saturday with just two on Sunday for a change.

This set of games is sandwiched in between the final two group stage games in the three UEFA Competitions but with Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea already through and Arsenal likewise in the Europa League, I can’t see too many managers making major changes in this weekend’s EPL games.

There’s also some cracking games to look forward to including in form Newcastle hosting Aston Villa, Manchester City facing an improving Leicester City, while Graham Potter will make a return to the south coast to face his old club Brighton with his new charges Chelsea.

Let’s now take a look at the tips I have put together for this weekend’s action.

Premier League Acca – 29th and 30th October

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Bet Analysis: Saturday 29th October

Brentford v Wolves – Draw

It’s hard to know what to make of Brentford, some weeks they look like world-beaters and then the next week, they are losing 4-0 at Aston Villa. However, this week they are back at home, where they are much stronger and facing a Wolves side who have had a tough time of it this season. However, the one thing going for Wolves in this game in my view is the fact that they do not tend to concede too many goals, especially against teams in the mid to lower reaches of the Premier League table. That combined with how Villa ripped the Brentford back line to shreds last week makes me feel that the visitors may have a chance of picking up something here, so I am taking this one to end in a draw.

Brighton v Chelsea – Away Win

Graham Potter going back to his former club just a month or so after taking the helm at Chelsea is always going to be a story that writes itself, but I think the Londoners will head into this game feeling very confident, even if their league form has been dogged by too many drawn games of late. Brighton have struggled since Potter left the club for Stamford Bridge, not managing a win in any of the five Premier League games since, although that has included games away to Liverpool and Manchester City, so the Seagulls may not be as bad as that suggests. Even so, I think they are ripe for picking off at the moment, so I am backing Chelsea to land the win.

Fulham v Everton – Draw

By rights, Fulham should be struggling in the Premier League having been newly promoted last season but the side from the banks of the River Thames sit in a magnificent seventh place in the table, ahead of both Liverpool and their city rivals who they face today, Everton. Frank Lampard’s side have improved after a slow start and they ended a three-game losing streak last week at home to Crystal Palace in emphatic style. That result should give them a bit more confidence to get back to winning ways but I can’t see the Toffees having quite enough to earn the win here and I feel they will land a similar result to their city neighbours as I feel this game has all the hallmarks of a draw.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 30th October

Manchester United v West Ham – Home Win

A quick look at the history of this fixture doesn’t give Hammers fans hope for much. They have won at Old Trafford in the Premier League just twice since the new league began in 1993/94, although the Hammers did beat United in the Carabao Cup last season on the road. David Moyes team have improved their form after a slow and sloppy start to the season so I think they will be ready to give this United team a tough test here, but I still feel the home side should have too much quality and too much strength in depth to falter here. United need a big win at home and one to get the fans believing again and that may be a big ask here, but I still feel they will land the 3 points.


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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