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Premier League Weekend Acca – 4th & 5th March 2023

No luck last weekend, although we did hit a couple of results, but I should have perhaps gone with my instinct that Aston Villa were going to get a result at Everton, rather than compromising with the draw.

Anyway, we are back this week with another set of Premier League tips for games on Saturday and Sunday the 4th and 5th March.

There is just one game that falls outside of those dates and that is Monday Night’s London derby between Brentford and Fulham, which should be an excellent game and one worth tuning in to as it has some very big implications on the top six in the Premier League.

However, there are two massive games over this weekend and the first gets us underway on Saturday as Manchester City host Newcastle United in what is a massive game for both clubs.

City need a win to keep tabs of Arsenal, who moved five points clear of City once again in midweek with a 4-0 win over Everton, while after losing the Carabao Cup and winning just one of their last six, Newcastle badly need to get back to form to kick start their hopes of Champions League football.

Then on Sunday we have the most fierce Premier League rivalry of all as Liverpool host Manchester United in a game that both teams would love to take three points from.

Oddly enough, due to how the bets and odds worked out, I’ve only gone for one of those two big games with this set of tips, so why not check out which games I have gone for below?

Premier League Acca – 4th, 5th March

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    • Sat- Brighton v West Ham Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Aston Villa v Crystal Palace Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Nottm Forest v Everton Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Liverpool v Man Utd Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 4th March

Brighton v West Ham United – Home Win

It is a testament to how Brighton play and how well drilled their players are that even losing manager Graham Potter to Chelsea in mid-season hasn’t upset the Seagulls form and if anything Roberto De Zerbi is doing as good a job with the team as the n0w-Chelsea manager did. That’s not good news for West Ham who despite a big win last weekend still remain firmly ensconced in the relegation battle at the foot of the Premier League table and in need of wins to ease their concerns of the drop. There is no doubt that this is a talented West Ham squad, but they have had a soft centre this season and as such, I am backing Brighton to claim the win here on Saturday.

Aston Villa v Crystal Palace – Home Win

Aston Villa and Crystal Palace are probably two of the more inconsistent teams in the Premier League, so perhaps picking a game between the two is not the smartest move, but I have done because I like the odds available on another Aston Villa win. Unai Emery oversaw a great 2-0 win away to Everton last weekend and I think with Crystal Palace’s recent form and lack of wins makes this a very good chance for Villa to pretty much take themselves out of the equation for relegation with a win against an opponent who don’t concede many goals but who score even fewer and who are without a win now for some time. As such, I think this has the feeling of a close 1-0 win for the home team.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 5th March

Nottingham Forest v Everton – Home Win

If Sean Dyche felt that a 1-0 win over Arsenal was a turning point for his Everton team, this past week which has seen him lose 0-2 at home to Arsenal and then 4-0 on the road at Arsenal, will have made it patently clear of the task he faces keeping Everton up. A win at fellow strugglers Nottingham Forest would be a massive boost for Everton and this is a game which, a year or so ago, I would have probably had them down to win. But Forest’s recent form is so much better under Steve Cooper and at home they are looking very difficult to beat in the Premier League and as such, I think this will be another hard battle, but I think that extra scoring prowess the home side has will be the difference here.

Liverpool v Manchester United – Draw

The fortunes of these two giants has changed over the past 12 months and it is now Manchester United in the ascendancy as Liverpool have struggled to make any real impact in any competition so far this season. After picking up the Carabao Cup last weekend and beating West Ham in the FA Cup on Wednesday night, the visitors will be in confident mood ahead of this massive clash. Liverpool’s recent EPL form though is better with three wins and a draw in their last four, the same as Manchester United. The Kop will be in full voice here too and you also have to take into account that Liverpool have lost just once at home this season, to Leeds. I can’t make a case big enough for either side to win here, so a draw looks the best option.

Dean Wyatt

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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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