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Premier League Matchday 3 Acca – 28th & 29th August

Well, that didn’t take too long did it? After a pretty disappointing opening week of action, I turned on the afterburners and BANG! All four results landed last week for a total return of over £255!

What a way to kick off the season and we’re into a very healthy profit on the year so far right away! Brilliant!

In fact, last week was a good one for me as in my analysis, I got 8 out of the 10 games correct in terms of the result, and even the two I didn’t quite hit, I was close to going with the result that actually transpired in one. The only one I didn’t expect was Man Utd drawing with Southampton.

Anyway, with that money banked, we move onto this week’s games which features a couple of crackers as Manchester City take on a somewhat hapless Arsenal at the moment, and then late on Saturday evening we have a cracker at Anfield as Liverpool and Chelsea go head to head with their identical 100% winning records on the line.

We then have a trio of games on Sunday to complete Matchday 3 before we head into our first of the annoying international breaks of the season. Which I will still bring you tips for of course, but which I personally don’t really enjoy.

Anyway, with money banked from week two of the season, here’s my selections for matchday 3 and let’s hope we can turn another profit this week!

Premier League Tips – 28th & 29th August

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Aston Villa v Brentford - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Norwich v Leicester - Away Win
    • 5:30
    • Sun - Liverpool v Chelsea - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Burnley v Leeds Utd - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 28th August

Aston Villa v Brentford – Home Win

Danny Ings wonder goal put Aston Villa on the way to a win over Newcastle last week and they will welcome manager Dean Smith’s former club to Villa Park in the shape of unbeaten Brentford. A win and a draw represents a superb start to the Bees first season in the top flight for many years and Thomas Frank’s team have played some superb football on the way to collecting that total. During pre-season, I felt this was a nailed on home win for Villa but having seen the two teams in action since, I do feel it will be much closer than I initially expected. However with Danny Ings in form, and with the confidence of that Newcastle win, I expect Villa to do enough to claim the victory here.

Norwich City v Leicester City – Away Win

Admittedly, the fixture computer hasn’t been too kind to Norwich. Liverpool at home, Man City away followed by Leicester at home, things could not have been much tougher for the Canaries and I can see that continuing here. The Foxes were heavily beaten 4-1 by West Ham on Monday night, but they did play a large proportion of that game with ten men after Ayoze Perez’s sending off. Brendan Rodgers will want a response from his team from that defeat and I think he will get it here against a Norwich side that defensively, just doesn’t seem to be able to live with the teams in the top flight once again this season, just as was the case two years ago.

Liverpool v Chelsea – Home Win

Two teams with identical records, two games, two wins, six points, five goals scored, none conceded. Something has to give at Anfield you would think as two genuine title contenders meet in the EPL for the first time this season. Chelsea won this fixture last year 1-0, but Liverpool were 2-0 winners back at Stamford Bridge earlier on in the campaign. Chelsea do now have Lukaku as their main front man but he has not got the better of Virgil Van Dijk in meetings between them and the big defenders return has Liverpool looking back to their solid self defensively. It will be close and there may just be one goal in it but I am backing Liverpool to take the win on home soil.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 29th August

Burnley v Leeds United – Away Win

Lancashire faces Yorkshire in what should be a feisty encounter at Turf Moor on Sunday. Burnley have lost both their opening games, but have not played particularly poorly in either. Leeds were well beaten by Manchester United in their opener, but did well to earn a point against Everton and I feel Marcelo Bielsa’s team have enough quality to get the job done. Burnley are a very pragmatic side, they do certain things well and try to accentuate that, but I think this Leeds team plays in such a way that this doesn’t really work too well against them and their pace on the counter is such that I expect them to claim 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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