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Saturday’s Football Accumulator – Sat 9th March

We didn’t have any luck with our Tuesday night tips in the ChampionsAcca Tips League but we were very close on Wednesday night with FC Porto and Nantes coming in pretty much as I said they would. Only for Manchester United to surprise everybody watching by going to the Parc des Princes and beating Paris St Germain, who had won all of their last 14 home games and beaten United 2-0 at Old Trafford, by a 3-1 scoreline, enough to put them through into the next round of the competition.

I am sure I won’t have been the only punter who saw his acca go down due to United’s stellar performance in Paris, albeit with the help of some shocking PSG defending and a rather fortuitous refereeing VAR call at the end of the game.

However, I still have my Europa League fourfold to go later tonight and that competition has been kind to me in the past, so I am hopeful yet that we could land a winner right there. If not, then it will be down to this set of Premier League tips to do the trick over the weekend.

We have seven games to pick from on Saturday and I’ve put together a nice little fourfold accumulator for you with games that I feel have great odds based on the projected outcome. I’ve steered away from predicting Manchester City to beat Watford, I don’t think you need a crystal ball to work that one out.

Here’s my tips for the games on Saturday and remember to check back for my Sunday acca bet at the same time tomorrow too.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator – 09/03/2019

    • 12:30
    • Crystal Palace v Brighton - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Leicester v Fulham - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Newcastle v Everton - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Southampton v Tottenham - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 9th March

Crystal Palace v Brighton – Home Win

This is one of those unusual rivalries in the Premier League which will mean the early kick off game at Selhurst Park should have a cracking atmosphere. The form of the two sides is very different. Palace are in a superb run of form that has moved them clear of the drop zone, whereas Brighton only have a narrow and unconvincing win over Huddersfield to give them confidence out of their last few Premier League games. However, I do think the form of both sides is reflective of the levels that they are at in the Premier League and despite Palace not having the best of home records, I am backing them to pick up the points against a Brighton team that are somewhat struggling at the moment.

Leicester City v Fulham – Home Win

With two new managers, both these sides will perhaps line up a little differently than expected a couple of weeks ago. Neither manager got off to a great start with both experiencing 2-1 defeats in their opening games, but I think in this one it will be Leicester’s new boss Brendan Rodgers smiling at the end of the game. Fulham boss Scott Parker is a likeable man but his appointment seems more an interim selection with a view to building next season from the Championship once again. I expect the Foxes to get back to winning ways at home with a solid win and performance to get Rodgers off on the right foot at the King Power.

Newcastle United v Everton – Draw

I was a bit bemused by Everton’s fans absolute delight at earning a fortunate 0-0 draw against Liverpool last weekend. Sure the point knocked the Reds off the top spot, but considering the Everton spent this summer, that they can view such a result as a massive positive is an indictment of how poorly the club is doing. Their away form is better of late though but they face a Newcastle side that have won their last four at home in the Premier League and who under Rafa Benitez, have been looking much better of late. I can’t see the Geordies losing this one, but I think it will be tight and a 0-0 or 1-1 draw looks to me the most likely outcome.

Southampton v Tottenham – Away Win

So did you back the nice Tottenham, Ajax and Manchester United away win treble in the Champions League this week? No neither did I and I am willing to bet very few others did as well. Spurs win in Dortmund was down to a superb defensive rearguard in the first half and a well taken Harry Kane goal early in the second which effectively killed off Dortmund’s chances of getting anything from the game. Southampton’s recent form isn’t great though they battled hard at Old Trafford last weekend and I expect the Saints to give Spurs a hard time on Saturday, however I still feel that Tottenham have just that extra quality necessary to claim a win here.

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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