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Saturday’s Football Accumulator – 19th January

We’ve got another Premier League set of fixtures to look forward toAcca Tips this weekend and for once, most of the teams involved in the games should be well rested, with only Newcastle United and Southampton involved in midweek FA Cup Third Round replays.

That means that managers of the top six sides should have a rare free week to prepare for their forthcoming games which see leaders Liverpool face Crystal Palace at Anfield, with Manchester City tackling Huddersfield on Sunday.

Manchester United have a chance to exact revenge against Brighton on Saturday while on Sunday, Tottenham will make the relatively short journey to Craven Cottage to take on struggling Fulham in a game that Mauricio Pochettino’s team will feel they must win following their defeat to Manchester United this past weekend.

However the big game of the weekend pits fourth against fifth as Chelsea welcome Arsenal to Stamford Bridge in a game which already has the feel of a Champions League eliminator for next season.

As always, this selection of tips takes in games taking place on Saturday only, so do check back tomorrow for my tips on Sunday’s games in the Premier League, plus another couple of games from around Europe to boost the value of any potential winnings.

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Premier League Accumulator – 19/01/2019

    • 3:00
    • Bournemouth v West Ham - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Man Utd v Brighton - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Southampton v Everton - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Arsenal v Chelsea - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 19th January

Bournemouth v West Ham – Away Win

Bournemouth’s struggles continued last weekend as despite a strong performance at Goodison Park against Everton, they went down to a 2-0 defeat. In contrast, West Ham earned a battling 1-0 victory against Arsenal to continue their rise up the table, although the continued debate over the future of Marko Arnautovic is likely to keep disrupting their preparation for this game. Eddie Howe’s team are playing ok, but not taking their chances and not really having the rub of the green, but I feel West Ham are playing the more consistent football of the two and I think they have the edge when it comes to taking chances in front of goal. I can’t see West Ham winning this game by a huge margin, indeed I’d expect them to win it by a single goal either by a 1-0 or 2-1 scoreline most likely.

Manchester United v Brighton – Home Win

Brighton defeated Manchester United 3-2 earlier on in the season and it was one of the poorer displays by the team under Jose Mourinho. However since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come in, United are playing once again with verve and fluency and they have racked up six wins in a row, including a fine 1-0 win at Tottenham last weekend. Brighton narrowly lost 1-0 to Liverpool in a game that truly they didn’t really do an awful lot in and in many respects, I expect them to do similar at Old Trafford, hence I am going to back Manchester United to claim a revenge victory here against the Seagulls, likely by a couple of goals or more.

Southampton v Everton – Draw

Southampton do seem to be a team that is slowly being revived by Ralph Hassenhuttl and their victory last week away to Leicester moved them out of the relegation zone. Everton also won, a 2-0 home win over Bournemouth, but in truth it was a game that Bournemouth had plenty of and against a side in better form, Everton could have been in trouble. That said, the Toffees have been proving tough to beat, especially on the road and while Southampton are improving under Hassenhuttl, they still struggle against the top half sides. As such, I think this one has the look of a battling 1-1 draw.

Arsenal v Chelsea – Draw

Chelsea defeated Arsenal in the second game of the season by a 3-2 scoreline in what was an open and free-flowing game at Stamford Bridge, however I am expecting this game at the Emirates Stadium to be a slightly more cautious affair. After going 23 games unbeaten, Arsenal have hit a real sticky patch, summed up by last weekend’s 1-0 defeat at West Ham. Chelsea too have fallen off the pace they set earlier in the season and so this is a crucial game for both teams, especially with a Champions League place on the line. With Man Utd closing in on the pair of them, both teams will know that a defeat could well be very costly and as such, I am going for a draw 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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