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Saturday’s Premier League Acca Tip – 3rd November 2018

We had no luck on Saturday last week, which was one of the most tragic days in football Acca Tipsfor many a year with Glenn Hoddle’s illness followed by the awful events at the King Power Stadium.

The only silver lining on that glum weekend was that my Sunday treble did come in, which while not being the largest ever accumulator bet landed, was my second win in a relatively short space of time and which gives the funds a very timely boost heading into the last eight weeks or so before Christmas.

I always feel that this period, in the run up to the hectic Christmas period, is a key one in the season for teams. It will define how they do in both the Carabao Cup, and the Europa and Champions League’s as well as being a crucial period for setting teams up for the second half of the season from January onwards.

Throw into that one more round of International games in mid-November and you have a hectic and somewhat fraught period coming up, especially for the top teams and it is one likely to test their mettle.

With heavier pitches, colder weather and fewer days to rest in between games, this is a time when squads can and do play a massively important role for managers and their teams and that is something I’ll be looking out for over the coming weeks.

Here’s my tips for Saturday’s fourfold accumulator.

Saturday’s Premier League Acca – 3/11/2018

    • 12:30
    • Bournemouth v Man Utd - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Everton v Brighton - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Newcastle v Watford - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Wolves v Tottenham - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 3rd November

Bournemouth v Manchester United – Away Win

I have just got the feeling that Manchester United are started to come out of their funk and put together a decent run of results. They’ll need to play well to beat a Bournemouth team this weekend who are three points ahead of United in the Premier League table and who have been the far more consistent team this season. That said, while I think Eddie Howe’s team is more solid and cohesive than United’s at present, it does lack the star quality in key areas that United do possess in abundance. We’ve seen in games recently, at Watford and Chelsea in particular, United can perform well on the road and I see this as being a similar kind of game. I don’t see United winning this easily, but I do feel they will do just enough to secure a big three points.

Everton v Brighton – Home Win

Brighton secured their first away win in a very long time at Newcastle last time they played away from home, and they’ll fancy their chances against an Everton side that have had some indifferent displays at home this season. However, despite that, I feel Marco Silva’s team are improving slowly and I felt they were unlucky not to earn at least a draw from their game with Manchester United last weekend. Everton don’t tend to start well at home but do come on strong in the second half of games and I can see a similar picture here where I think the likes of Theo Walcott and Gylfi Sigurdsson will be the key men to inspire a win for the home team.

Newcastle United v Watford – Away Win

Things have been awful from before the season started for Newcastle United and in truth, it doesn’t look like getting much better over the next few weeks for Rafa Benitez’ team. A home defeat to Brighton underlines how lacking confidence they are at St James Park with all their three points coming on the road this season. Watford though are flying at the moment, having bounced back from a sticky spell a few games ago. Confidence in Javi Gracia’s squad is high and in Roberto Pereyra, they may have unearthed a real gem of a player to help them in the Premier League this season. For my money, Watford should win this one and win it relatively comfortably.

Wolves v Tottenham – Away Win

A rare Saturday evening game for fans to enjoy comes from Molineux where Tottenham will hope to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat to Man City on Monday against a Wolves side who have taken a bit of a hit in confidence with two defeats in their last two games. Nuno Santo’s team will want to put that right as soon as possible, but they face a Spurs side that is likely to have at least one, if not both, of Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen back in contention for a place in midfield. Add to that Son Hyeong-Min scoring twice in midweek and Spurs attacking threat looks much greater and as such, I fancy them to grab a narrow 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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