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Saturday’s Accumulator Tip – Sat 7th December

Frustratingly, after going 3/4 at the weekend to narrowly miss out on a win, we have alsoAcca Tips landed 3/4 in midweek too, with just the Man Utd v Tottenham result letting us down from what would have been a very nice win to start December off.

Still, it does mean that I am getting very close to landing a winner, just one goal the right way on both of the last selections of tips would have seen us bank winners in both. However, that is the nature of accumulator tipping and unfortunately, these are the breaks you have to put up with.

And better that, than being a mile out on all selections.

This weekend, we have a healthy selection of fixtures across Saturday and Sunday which will form the basis for these tips and it includes the big game on Saturday night as the Citizens and Red Devils clash at the Etihad as Manchester City face Manchester United in an intriguing game.

Let’s hope that we can go just one goal better than we did over the last two sets of tips to help us land this rather attractive acca bet over the course of the weekend.

Premier League Accumulator – 7th & 8th December 2019

    • 12:30
    • Everton v Chelsea - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Watford v C.Palace - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Man City v Man Utd - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Newcastle v Southampton - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 7th December

Everton v Chelsea – Away Win

The big question here is whether Marco Silva will be in charge of Everton come this game and it seems unlikely. Their 5-2 derby defeat to Liverpool could have been worse and dropped them into the relegation zone. In contrast, Chelsea got back to winning ways in their home game with Aston Villa in midweek and they will come into this fixture feeling confident that their bright and pacy attack can cause this fragile Everton back line some problems. The Toffees have the slight edge in the most recent games between the teams and even if Silva does get the sack ahead of this game, I fancy Chelsea to produce the goods on the day and take the three points.

Watford v Crystal Palace – Draw

If Watford’s hierarchy were wanting a response to their sacking of Quique Sanchez Flores last weekend, then they got something away to Leicester. Admittedly, the Hornets still lost the game, but they battled hard and pushed the second-placed Foxes very hard across the 90 minutes. A home game against Palace is now in the realm of must-win for Watford as they are falling so far behind and next week, face a daunting trip to face Liverpool at Anfield. Palace though have won two games in a row to move up the table and I think the manner of their win over Bournemouth, achieved with 10 men for the majority of the game, will stand them well here. I think this will be hard fought and a draw is most likely.

Manchester City v Manchester United – Home Win

Can Manchester United dent City’s hopes of reeling in Liverpool and Leicester at the top of the table, or will City’s fine performance against Burnley in midweek be the catalyst for another superb display against their local rivals? I feel the latter is more likely given that City can now no longer afford any more slip ups in the title race. United’s away form is also desperately poor for a club of their stature and I can’t really see any way that they can get something from this game. I can see their pacy attack hitting City on the break and perhaps stealing a goal, but I think City will dominate this game for long periods and will secure a very comfortable win by two goals or perhaps even more.

Bet Analysis : Sunday 8th December 2019

Newcastle Utd v Southampton – Home Win

This is going to be a more intriguing game than it looked like being a few weeks ago when both teams were struggling. Newcastle’s home form under Steve Bruce has been pretty strong and they held Manchester City on their last outing at St James Park. However, they face a Southampton side who have now won both their last two and picked up seven out of the last nine points available, to move themselves out of the relegation zone. Can the Saint’s revival continue on their lengthy trip up North? I am not so sure, while Southampton’s form is good, Newcastle’s is actually marginally better over the last five games and their home for is such that I can’t back against them here. I was tempted by teh draw here, but instead I am going to back Steve Bruce’s team to clinch a narrow 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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