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Saturday’s Football Accumulator – Sat 2nd March

We didn’t have any luck with Tuesday’s acca tips in the Premier League,Acca Tipsbut I am hopeful that Wednesday’s will come in, if not then we have this little quartet of matches to keep us going in the Premier League this weekend.

It’s a derby weekend in the Premier League with three big derby matches taking place, one of which takes place Saturday lunchtime between Tottenham and Arsenal. The other two games take place Sunday and will form part of my Sunday acca selections.

Alongside the North London derby I’ve plumped for what I consider to be two excellent chances of home victories and my final selection is the West Ham v Newcastle match, which can be a tricky one to predict given the history of the fixture but which I think offers great value for money when combined in this particular accumulator.

It’s been a few weeks now since my last win and I’m eager to get back to winning ways and I think this bet on Saturday has an excellent chance, so here’s hoping that we can land a sizeable return with this selection of games.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator – 02/03/2019

    • 12:30
    • Tottenham v Arsenal - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Brighton v Huddersfield - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Man Utd v Southampton - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • West Ham v Newcastle - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 2nd March

Tottenham v Arsenal – Home Win

Arsenal defeated Spurs in the League back in December with a 4-2 win being one of their best performances of the season, however a few weeks later Spurs came back to the Emirates and landed a 2-0 win over the Gunners in the Carabao Cup quarterfinals so as things stand honours are even between the teams so far. Harry Kane’s early return to fitness has been a big boost for Spurs and the England man has been the man to put Arsenal to the sword in recent clashes between the teams, especially when Spurs have been at home. The Gunners away form at the moment isn’t particularly impressive and while Spurs have had a busy week of games including facing Chelsea away in midweek, I still feel that they have just enough quality to earn a victory in this game and keep their title hopes alive for the time being.

Brighton v Huddersfield – Home Win

Jan Siewert got his first win as Huddersfield Town manager in the week as his team completed an unlikely double over Wolverhampton Wanderers to record just their third league win of the season. Brighton meanwhile are still struggling for form, but have been better at home than on the road and while Huddersfield’s win is welcome for their fans, I don’t think it will alter the fact that they look to be going down at the end of the season. Brighton could well face that problem if they don’t start to produce more consistent performances and a win here against the Premier League’s bottom side would be just the tonic Chris Hughton needs.

Man Utd v Southampton – Home Win

Manchester United’s injury crisis is such that it is hard to know what team Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is going to select for this home game with Southampton. It could well be a side far removed from the one the Norwegian would have liked to have played for this game and I think that will offer Southampton a glimmer of hope. The Saints have not won for a while now on the road but they did record a draw at Chelsea a little while back and they are a dangerous side. However, even with their injuries and their lack of options, I fully expect this Manchester United side to reward the Old Trafford faithful with a battling display and by picking up a much-needed three points here on Saturday afternoon.

West Ham v Newcastle United – Draw

When these to teams met at St James’ Park, West Ham came away with an outstanding 3-0 win and it seemed that they were destined to kick on from that performance and move up the table. To be fair, West Ham haven’t quite done that and instead, it has been Newcastle United who have been performing the better of the two teams of late. Almiron looks to be an intelligent signing by Benitez as he has given Newcastle an extra dimension in midfield and going forward and I think as a result, they could be ready to spring a surprise here. The bookies have West Ham as the favourites, but I am backing Newcastle to claim a draw.

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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