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Premier League Matchday 35 Tips – 6th, 7th, 8th May 2023

It’s the weekend of King Charles III Coronation, which means that we don’t have a 12.30pm kick off on Saturday, but on the plus side, everyone gets an extra bank holiday in May and a chance to enjoy three Premier League games one after the other on Monday too!

We hit 50% of the results last week, disappointing but a couple of games were close (and one wasn’t, as Wolves fans will know who made the trip home from Brighton) but I am hopeful that this week’s set of tips in the Premier League can land us an overdue winner.

The action starts at 3pm on Saturday this week and we have four games at that time, including a rare live game as Manchester City take on Leeds United in a game that could see City open up a four point lead on Arsenal if they win.

Leeds though have appointed the self-proclaimed master tactician of the universe Sam Allardyce as manager, who in his usual understated way announced his appointment as Leeds manager by proclaiming no manager knows more about the game in the Premier League than him, though did have the good grace to admit he may not be the best out there.

Moving from Marcelo Bielsa to Sam Allardyce is going to take Leeds fans a bit of time to adapt to I think and in truth, I can’t see it ending well.

Other games this weekend see Spurs taking on Crystal Palace in a London derby, while we have a Midlands derby too on Saturday as Wolves host Aston Villa. Bournemouth, who have won four of their last five, take on Chelsea, who have lost four of their last five, and Chelsea are still the favourites to win that game with the bookies. Figure that one out.

The big game this weekend comes at St James’ Park where Newcastle United could put the final nail in Arsenal’s title hopes with a win over the Gunners here. For Arsenal it is a must win game against one of the most impressive sides in the Premier League this season and it should be a cracker.

Then the final Monday game is an absolute relegation six-pointer as 20th place Southampton travel to 18th place Nottingham Forest knowing a win is a must if they are to stand any chance of survival. Forest though know a win, or even just a draw, could move them out of the drop zone depending on other results elsewhere.

It should be a great weekend and here’s my tips for it.

Premier League Acca – 6th, 7th, 8th May

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Wolves v Aston VillaDraw
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Liverpool v Brentford Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Newcastle Utd v Arsenal Draw
    • 3:00
    • Mon - Fulham v Leicester City Home Win
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EPL Bet Analysis: Saturday 6th May

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Aston Villa – Draw

Wolves have to have a reaction to their 6-0 thumping at the hands of Brighton last week, and in truth, a Midlands derby game is probably not the game that they would have chosen to try and do that. Villa though have been in good form, but have won just one of their last three games but that defeat was the first in 10 games and came away to Manchester United. Wolves home form though recently has been good with wins over Liverpool, Spurs and Chelsea at home, plus a number of other teams. It is away where they have struggled. Villa’s away form is pretty solid though and while I can’t see Villa having quite enough to win the game, I do think that this game will end up as a draw between the two.

Liverpool v Brentford – Home Win

Liverpool have won their last five games in the Premier League, albeit not too convincingly in the last couple of games, which include a last gasp win over Tottenham followed by a 1-0 win over Fulham given to them by a penalty from Mo Salah. Brentford easily beat the Reds when the two met in London earlier in the season, a 3-1 win richly deserved by Thomas Frank’s team and there’s no doubt that Liverpool will have some revenge on their mind here. With their record at Anfield very good, I am backing Jurgen Klopp’s side to keep up the pressure on Manchester United with a win here.

EPL Bet Analysis: Sunday 7th May

Newcastle United v Arsenal – Draw

What a game this should be. Neither side gains a great deal with a draw, so I am expecting both to really try and push hard for the win, but in doing so I think that they could leave gaps and allow their opponents to hit them on the break. Generally, Arsenal start well in games but then tail off, whereas Newcastle tend to come on stronger in the second half of games. As such, I see this as being a game where Arsenal perhaps march into an early lead, but Newcastle come back to claim the draw and all but end Arsenal’s title hopes.

EPL Bet Analysis: Monday 8th May

Fulham v Leicester City – Home Win

Fulham were somewhat unlucky to lose at Anfield in midweek, a penalty was their undoing in a game that defensively they looked pretty solid in. That said, they didn’t create too much going forward and the good chances they did create they didn’t take. They face a Leicester side absolutely desperate for the win but not really looking like they can keep teams out defensively. I think Fulham can take full advantage of that here to claim the 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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