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Premier League Weekend Acca: 6th & 7th February

At the time of writing, I am three-quarters of the way towards a winning acca in midweek! Manchester United, Manchester City and Leicester City all produced the goods for me in the games across Tuesday and Wednesday night and now I am just hoping Spurs can do the goods against Chelsea tonight to land me an overdue win!

I’ll get back to you with how that acca performs with next weeks midweek FA Cup Fifth Round tips, but in the meantime we have another round of key fixtures to enjoy in the Premier League this weekend, including a couple of games that could have significant impact on who wins the Premier League title.

Those games are Manchester United v Everton and Liverpool v Manchester City and of course, both of these games will form part of my acca for this week alongside a couple of other games taking place over the weekend.

So last week’s tips went well in midweek and I am hoping we can do likewise in this weekend’s selection of games too. It is tough though. I have never known a season where form is so fleeting for so many teams. Man Utd lost at home to Sheff Utd last week. Then they beat Southampton 9-0 in midweek. Liverpool beat Spurs and West Ham on the road, but followed up defeat to Burnley at Anfield with another loss to Brighton.

Even Leicester are not immune, losing at home to Leeds at the weekend before earning a good win at Fulham in midweek. It is just so hard to predict some teams at the moment.

That’s why I am trying to stick with the shorter priced teams. It is not the most rewarding in terms of the total odds, but at least with Manchester City, you know that they are usually going to win, for example!

Anyway, here are my tips for the games this weekend.

Premier League -6th & 7th February 2021

    • 5:30
    • Sat - Fulham v West Ham - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Sat - Man Utd v Everton - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Wolves v Leicester - Away Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Liverpool v Man City - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 6th February

Fulham v West Ham – Away Win 

Fulham’s form has taken a tumble of late and I do worry for Scott Parker’s team who only seem to draw or lose games. I did wonder if West Ham would stumble a bit after the Liverpool defeat but David Moyes men were superb in beating Aston Villa at Villa Park with loan signing Jesse Lingard making a valuable contribution.  I expect him to do likewise here as I fancy the Hammers to pick up another three points which could well move them into the Champions League places this weekend.

Manchester United v Everton – Home Win

After putting nine past Southampton, who were admittedly down to 10-men after two minutes in that game and nine men near the end of the match, Manchester United come into this game firmly established in second place in the table. Everton lie 6th but have games in hand on the teams above them and could move up to fourth if they were to win them. This is a huge ask for Carlo Ancelotti’s men though and given how well United despatched Everton at Goodison, I think the home side will pick up a valuable three points here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 7th February

Wolves v Leicester City – Away Win

Both these sides had much needed wins in midweek, Wolves beating Arsenal 2-1 with the help of a David Luiz red card, followed by another for Bernd Leno in the second half. Leicester were 2-0 winners at Fulham in what was a good performance by Brendan Rodgers men. I can’t see Leicester being so naive as Arsenal’s defenders were against Wolves in this game though. The Foxes best performances have come on the road this season and Wolves are still struggling to find the right balance in attack with Raul Jimenez still injured. This will be a close one but I think Leicester will edge it.

Liverpool v Manchester City – Home Win

If you look at Manchester City’s record at Anfield, no win since 2003 and only a couple of draws in recent times, then you would think I have gone mad backing them to win here. However, the fact is that both these teams form is so contrasting that it is the sensible selection here. Liverpool’s home form of late reads a draw with West Brom, draw with Man Utd, defeat to Burnley, defeat to Brighton scoring once in that run. Man City have won all their last 13 games in all competitions. They have conceded 3 goals in their last 13 games, scoring 31. Liverpool don’t have the Anfield crowd to draw on and they look devoid of ideas if they cannot counter attack a team. They could hit form at the right time, they have the talent to do that, but nothing in the form book suggests anything other than a City 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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