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Premier League Matchday 14 Acca – 5th & 6th November

The Premier League has just two more weekends to run before we break for the World Cup Finals and for club sides at least, these final two fixtures are vital in setting themselves up for the remainder of the season, which restarts on Boxing Day.

There’s no doubt to my mind that these last hectic few weeks have been taking a toll on players and teams. I don’t think it is a surprise that we have seen a number of players go down to injury, including a number of players hoping to be in the World Cup squad for their respective nations.

With a set of Carabao Cup fixtures in midweek next week (which I am sure many teams will rest a good number of first team players for) I think most teams will be looking for a very strong finish to the end of this first part of the season.

That begins this weekend which sees a number of very intriguing games, including two games that see members of the ‘big six’ clash, as well as a number of other crucial games for teams spread throughout the table.

Let’s now take a look at the four games I have selected for my acca tip this week as well as how I think each of the games will go.

Premier League Acca – 5th & 6th November

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    • Sat - Leeds v Bournemouth Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Wolves v Brighton Away Win
    • 12:00
    • Sun - Chelsea v Arsenal Away Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Aston Villa v Man Utd Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 5th November

Leeds United v Bournemouth – Home Win

Leeds United come into this game having broken a poor run of form with a massive win away to Liverpool last weekend. They now face a Bournemouth side who have hit the skids a little after a good run of form moved them up the table and away from the danger zone. Bournemouth’s away form is not great and they have conceded an average of two goals in their away games so far. Leeds do tend to score, but also don’t tend to keep clean sheets. However, Jesse Marsch will know his team needs to capitalise on that Anfield win here and I think that they will claim the victory by the odd goal in three.

Wolves v Brighton – Away Win

It’s hard to know what to make of Wolves this season. On the one hand, they still are blessed with a number of fantastically talented individual players, but on the other, they have struggled to score goals despite remaining relatively strong defensively and it has been that dearth of goals which has resulted in them dropping into the danger zone. Brighton, in contrast, have the same defensive acumen as Wolves, if not more so, but their exciting brand of football sees them create chances against the very best teams. With Leandro Trossard in exceptional form too and coming on the back of that superb 4-1 win over Chelsea last week, I think the Seagulls will lay claim to the three points here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 6th November

Chelsea v Arsenal – Away Win

This is always a very exciting and hard to predict game between these two London giants and Sunday’s match, which kicks off at 12.30pm, is one that will be no different. Arsenal have the better record of the two most recently with just one win for Chelsea in the last six (with Arsenal winning four of those games),  but that isn’t the reason why I have plumped for an Arsenal win here. The main reason is the fact that Chelsea’s two best and quickest full backs, Reece James and Ben Chilwell, will miss this game and that means that Arsenal’s superb and very quick wide men Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli will have a great opportunity to cause Chelsea lots of problems, and I can see this duo being the key to a Gunners victory.

Aston Villa v Manchester United – Away Win

Aston Villa sacked Steven Gerrard and then saw their fortunes change with a thumping home win in their very next game. However, that was then followed by a big defeat on the road at Newcastle and now they face another big test against a top five side in Manchester United. The Red Devils slow start is now a distant memory and with a win in Spain over Real Sociedad in midweek, United are set to push on from this solid start. Three points here would be a massive boost for Erik Ten Hag’s team and while Villa will make this tough, I do expect the Red Devils to pick up the points 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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