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Premier League Tips: 22nd & 23rd February

Not much luck with our selections last weekend in what was a somewhat tricky Acca Tipsselection of games. Not that everything went wrong, we did get a couple of predictions right, but in some of those closer games things didn’t quite go our way.

Still, with acca tips, it is always about the long term and the two big wins I have had so far this season mean that we are still well up on the year and my aim now is to secure another big win to ensure that no matter what, come the end of the season I end in profit.

At least this weekend we have a full complement of games to pick from across Saturday and Sunday (with just one game on Monday night, which I am going to ignore for this week’s selection). There’s some cracking games as well to take a note of with Chelsea facing Tottenham at the Bridge and Leicester City taking on Manchester City in a battle between the teams in third and second place in the table.

Both of those games, as well as a couple of others from Sunday are the focus of my tips this week so let’s hope that they can lead us to a good performance this weekend. Here’s my tips for Saturday and Sunday in the EPL.

Premier League Acca – 22nd & 23rd February 2020

    • 12:30
    • Sat - Chelsea v Tottenham - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Leicester v Man City - Draw
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Wolves v Norwich - Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Arsenal v Everton - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 22nd February

Chelsea v Tottenham – Draw

Poor Frank Lampard must have been bereft after his sides 2-0 defeat to Manchester United on Monday when the VAR official seemed hell bent on awarding his side absolutely nothing in the game. However, the Blues have no time to complain about that as they face a Tottenham side that are starting to put together some better form under Jose Mourinho. Had Son been fit, then I would probably have just edged this one for Tottenham, but I think with both Son and Kane out injured, Spurs are going to lack presence and firepower in attack for this game. Chelsea also look a little blunted in attack with Abraham out and as such, I think this game should most likely finish in a draw.

Leicester City v Manchester City – Draw

These two teams met a few week ago with Manchester City coming out the clear winners at the Etihad in a 3-1 win. Since then though City have been in generally good form with the Foxes struggling and dropping more points. However, City’s European ban will have hit the club hard and there may be questions as to how motivated they are for this game. Leicester need a big result after coming up short in a few games of late and I think Brendan Rodgers will want a big performance from his team here. I can’t see the Foxes inflicting another defeat on Manchester City in this game, but I can see them doing enough to claim a point.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 23rd February 2020

Wolves v Norwich City – Home Win

Last season, Wolves struggled against the teams at the bottom of the table, losing home and away to Huddersfield Town but I don’t expect this team to do that here against a Norwich side that battled hard in defeat against Liverpool on Saturday evening. The Canaries do play some nice football and for the purist, this should be a good game but in terms of the quality of each squad, Wolves have by far and away the stronger side and I would be shocked if they don’t claim the win here, even if they do have a couple of key players injured.

Arsenal v Everton – Draw

Arsenal fans were treated to a rare thumping home performance by the Gunners last time out as they put four past Newcastle without a reply, but they will find things tougher against Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton side, who are slowly starting to improve after a torrid time under Marco Silva earlier in the season. I am not convinced by Arsenal at all and I can’t see that Newcastle win being the start of something new here. As such, I am backing Everton to go to London and pick up a point from what will be a tough clash between two teams that have not really managed to live up to the expectations that each had at the start of the season.

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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