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Saturday’s EPL Accumulator – Sat 13th April

We had a very close shave once again in midweek and had Sheffield Acca TipsUnited been able to pick up maximum points against Birmingham City, rather than drawing, then we would have been celebrating a very nice win indeed.

We also landed two results on the money on Tuesday night and with Thursday’s still to go at the time of writing, I am hopeful all these near misses are indicative that at some point, sooner rather than later, we are going to land the big one.

For the time being, a bit of patience is required and I am ready to attack this weekend’s list of games with gusto. We have six games on Saturday with two on Sunday plus the other two games are being played Friday and Monday.

This is Saturday’s selection of games which sees just a couple of the top six in action, with most of the action focused on mid-to-lower table teams including a crucial relegation battle at Turf Moor as Burnley take on Cardiff in what is a real relegation six-pointer.

With Huddersfield and Fulham already down, a win for Burnley here would make it extremely difficult for Cardiff City to catch them, and if Southampton can get a positive result at home to Wolves, it could be a disastrous weekend for the Bluebirds.

Is that how things will pan out? Let’s take a look with my tips for this weekend.

Saturday’s Premier League Acca – 13/04/2019

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    • Brighton v Bournemouth - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Burnley v Cardiff - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Fulham v Everton - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Southampton v Wolves - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 13th April

Brighton v Bournemouth – Draw 

Both these sides are not in the greatest of form at the present moment and in truth, you can extend that to around the past three months. Brighton are worryingly close to the drop zone, but with two games in hand over most teams, they have the opportunity to pull themselves well clear. Bournemouth are better off in terms of points, but their form has been so erratic of late that Eddie Howe must be tearing his hair out at how he can get this team playing more consistently. A rare south-coast derby between these teams should make things a little more spicy and while Brighton have generally a decent home record against mid to lower table sides, I can’t quite see either team doing enough to win this one, hence I am backing the draw.

Burnley v Cardiff City – Home Win

This is an absolutely crucial relegation six pointer and in truth, it is a game that Cardiff City must win if they are to stand any chance of avoiding the drop. Wins last week for Burnley and Southampton mean Cardiff are now five points adrift of Southampton in 17th and Burnley have three points more than the Saints. Neil Warnock’s men have not had the rub of the green in some games this season and I think their bad fortune has continued here as they play a Burnley side, who seem to have streaks of winning or losing results, just as they hit a run of winning games. This will be close, very nervy and a game probably not of the highest quality but I am backing Burnley’s battling spirit to see them claim the victory here and with it likely a place in the Premier League next season.

Fulham v Everton – Away Win

Fulham’s season started poorly and has just got worse from there. On, Slavisa Jokanovic, Claudio Ranieri and now Scott Parker have all struggled to get this hastily put together squad to perform consistently and with relegation now confirmed, it is very much about building for next season for Fulham. Everton have hit a run of good form of late though, winning their last three and the Toffees will be keen to keep that run of form going here. They don’t have the greatest record in London but Craven Cottage is about the easiest trip to the capital they will have this season and I’m backing them to claim the win in this one.

Southampton v Wolves – Home Win

Southampton will know a win over a Wolves side who are probably still going to be a little flat after losing the FA Cup Semifinal last weekend, will be a huge boost to their chances of staying up. Ralph Hassenhuttl has done a fabulous job at Southampton since taking over the helm and I think that will continue here. Wolves have struggled more than most against lower table sides, they’ve lost twice to Huddersfield this season and I think with the Wembley hangover still likely to be affecting them, I am backing Southampton to claim a narrow but vital win.

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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