aims to provide all users with safe, fair and regulated recommendations for which online gambling sites to use as well as fun predictions for accumulator bets. In the interest of transparency we'd like you to know that we are compensated for any traffic we send to online bookmakers.

Saturday’s Accumulator Tips: 28th September

“If I had to pick a team to win, I would go for Leicester…” I wrote last week and had I Acca Tipsdone so then I would be £770 better off as three of my four tips last weekend came in absolutely bang on the money but unfortunately James Maddison’s very late goal was the difference between the teams at the King Power Stadium.

The one consolation is that I absolutely nailed the games last week, I even said Leicester would likely be the winner if the game was to have one. So that shows that the research I am doing is likely to pay dividends sooner rather than later.

Let’s hope that is this weekend with this little fourfold of games from the Premier League taken across games taking place on Saturday 28th September.

Premier League Accumulator – 28th September 2019

    • 3:00
    • Aston Villa v Burnley - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Crystal Palace v Norwich City - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Wolves v Watford - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Everton v Man City - Away Win
Choose Your Stake
  • Returns
  • Bet Now
  • Free Bet

Bet Analysis: Saturday 28th September

Aston Villa v Burnley  – Draw

I have to be honest and say that I have watched Aston Villa just a couple of times this season and I have not been unduly impressed with them. I can see how Dean Smith has got the team working hard for him, but I feel they lack inspiration and for all the hype surrounding him, I don’t really see Jack Grealish exhibiting the kind of skills that he is supposed to possess. The Villains are going to find it tough going against a Burnley side that have found a way to win these encounters and pick up very valuable points going forward. Sean Dyche’s team have started this season much better than last and that confidence will mean they won’t be beaten here and I think this one has the hallmarks of a battling draw.

Crystal Palace v Norwich City – Home Win

Of the four selections this week, this is the one that I gave most thought to as these two teams are somewhat difficult to predict. Both can beat anybody on their day (they have both beat Man City in the Premier League over the past two seasons) but they can also lose to anybody. Palace’s main issue is taking chances they create as their strikers are, well to be brutally honest, absolutely terrible finishers with Benteke the main culprit. However, Norwich’s defending is so poor that I think even Palace’s misfiring strikers should do enough to ensure they pick up a valuable three points here.

Wolves v Watford – Home Win

Neither of these two teams have managed to win a game in the Premier League this season and both have flattered to deceive a little in some games. Watford were superb coming back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at home to Arsenal but were then demolished 8-0 by Man City last week. Wolves were thumped by Chelsea 5-2 at home last time out but earned a late draw at Crystal Palace last weekend. For me, it is just a matter of time before Wolves start to pick up points again and I think that process may well begin in this game here as Watford have looked very poor on the road this season and even though Wolves are shipping goals, I think they’ll do enough to gain the win here.

Everton v Manchester City – Away Win

You could not get much more contrasting fortunes than what these two teams had last week. While Everton were being booed off by their own fans at Goodison due to a 2-0 home defeat to Sheffield United, Manchester City had racked up five goals in the opening 18 minutes against Watford and eventually ran out 8-0 winners. City though have a historically poor record at Goodison Park, although that has improved in recent seasons. Everton though look to be struggling both in terms of results and confidence and there isn’t an awful lot of good will going around Goodison Park at the moment. Marco Silva is finding this season tough so far and I think that after this game, it is going to be tougher still as I think Manchester City will win the game comfortably.

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.

View About Page