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Premier League Tips – Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st June

I am going to be completely honest and say that I am extremely relieved to be seeing the back of the Bundesliga for the time being. Other than the top two teams, the rest of the results involving other teams have been extremely volatile and almost impossible to pick any discernible patterns from.

As such, I am hoping the much welcomed return of the Premier League will allow me to get back to some more accurate predictions, and hopefully a couple of wins to celebrate before the end of what has been a season for the ages in more ways than one. Who would have thought we’d still be playing almost a third of the season by the time we reach mid-June?

Still, at least it means a great deal of summer football to enjoy and I am starting my tips at the weekend with four games selected from the matches taking place on Saturday and Sunday, there are seven games in total across these two days, so that gives me something to get my teeth into, including the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park where Everton face Liverpool.

So it is with great relief and hope that we welcome back the Premier League this week with this fourfold accumulator bet. Let’s hope we can get off to a winning start!

Premier League Acca – 20th & 21st June

    • 3:00
    • Sat- Brighton v Arsenal - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Sat- Bournemouth v Crystal Pal - Away Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun- Newcastle v Sheff Utd - Draw
    • 7:00
    • Sun - Everton v Liverpool - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 20th June

Brighton v Arsenal – Away Win

Arsenal have endured some odd results at Brighton over the years, but having played Manchester City in midweek, I think Mikel Arteta’s men may find this an easier task. Brighton lie 16th in the table but are not out of danger and as such, these games are crucial for them. However, under Arteta, Arsenal are playing smarter and more effectively and are much more difficult to beat, although they still draw too many games. I think the Gunners will lose on Wednesday at Man City but will bounce back with a win here, most likely by a 2-1 scoreline.

Bournemouth v Crystal Palace – Away Win

These two teams are two of the most inconsistent teams in the Premier League this season and in truth, I would normally avoid this game as a result. However, I think their most recent form is telling with Bournemouth still the usual up and down performances, while Crystal Palace had won all their last three games heading into the break. Roy Hodgson’s team are now safely ensconced in mid-table and in truth, that is the minimum place they should be with the quality of players that they have. Bournemouth are a bit too reliant on individuals to get them out of the relegation battle and Palace are very difficult to play against. As such, I am backing Palace to come away with a narrow win here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 21st June

Newcastle United v Sheffield United – Draw

There are a number of factors that I have drawn together for this game that has made me come to the conclusion that a draw is the smart pick here. Both sides recent form, before the break, is decent. There does seem to be a bigger advantage for away teams, which favours Sheffield United, in games behind closed doors, but I think having played in midweek, fatigue for players could well be a factor here especially as players have not played much for three months. As such, I think having not played in midweek, that negates any advantage the Blades have here. We also have two strong defences, two teams who struggle for goals and who are not involved at the wrong end of the table. As such I think those factors combined mean a draw, most likely 0-0 or 1-1, is the smart pick here.

Everton v Liverpool – Away Win

A Merseyside derby without the crowd should be an intriguing match up, but I do feel that this really hinders Everton’s hopes. Liverpool’s form heading into the break saw them lose three of the last four games in all competitions, which will give Everton fans hope of continuing that poor run, but I think the break came at a nice time for Jurgen Klopp and his team have looked excellent in their warm up games. Without their fans, I think this becomes a much tougher game for Everton and as such, I can’t see anything but a Liverpool win in this one.

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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