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Saturday’s Premier League Acca – Sat 27th April

Last week’s tips didn’t quite hit the mark as I had hoped, but once again there Acca Tipswere a fair few unusual results which tended to scupper things, plus a few of the longer odds tips I had hoped on, didn’t quite come off.

Still, with just three weeks of the season to go, I am confident that we will land a good return ahead of the end of the season to send us off into the summer with a smile on our face and cash in our balance.

This weekend we only have a total of nine games being played on Saturday and Sunday because Liverpool’s game with Huddersfield Town at Anfield is being played on Friday night, but even so that still gives us a decent selection across both days to get our teeth into.

I think that while Sunday’s games may be the more interesting in terms of the Premier League and the title race and Champions League qualification spots, I feel Saturday’s games may offer the best chance for us to earn a decent return from an accumulator and I have put together the following set of games into a four-fold which will hopefully see us land that elusive win.

I’ve been so close on a number of tips lately, surely one has to come in for me sooner rather than later and hopefully this selection will do the trick.

Saturday’s Football Accumulator – 27/04/2019

    • 12:30
    • Tottenham v West Ham - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Crystal Palace v Everton - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Southampton v Bournemouth - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Watford v Wolves - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 27th April

Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham – Home Win

West Ham have a generally decent record against Tottenham over the years but for me, this is a game that the home side will be viewing as a must win game. Spurs have won all the games played at their new stadium since moving there a few weeks ago and West Ham’s recent form is somewhat erratic to say the least. The Hammers produced a fine display at Old Trafford a couple of weeks ago but could not convert that into any points and I think scoring goals consistently has been a problem for them all season. Spurs know that they need to see out the season to secure third spot and a definite place in the Champions League next year and I think they will go some way towards achieving that by landing a confident win here.

Crystal Palace v Everton – Draw

Two teams that come into this game on the back of great results, Palace earning a 3-2 win over Arsenal, while Everton thumped Manchester United 4-0 at Goodison, and could even have had a couple more goals to add to that scoreline. The Toffee’s have a good record against Palace over the years and won the first encounter between the two teams at Goodison Park thanks to late goals from Calvert-Lewin and Tosun. However, with Richarlison out, I feel their attacking potency is diminished, especially with Gomes still suspended. Palace inconsistency worries me however so I am not convinced Roy Hodgson’s men will be able to take full advantage of that and I am backing the draw here.

Southampton v Bournemouth – Home Win

Southampton fans will be well aware that a win here would almost certainly confirm them as safe for next season and that will be a huge incentive for Ralph Hassenhuttl’s team ahead of this south coast derby game. Bournemouth are a team that blow hot and cold. How can you explain beating Brighton 5-0 away from home, Chelsea 4-0 at home but then losing 1-0 at home to Fulham? The Cherries inconsistency must drive manager Eddie Howe crazy and I actually feel of the two teams, Southampton are now marginally better and much more consistent. As such, I am backing the Saints to ensure their safety with a good win here.

Watford v Wolves – Draw

These two teams battled out an epic FA Cup Semifinal at Wembley a few weeks ago, with Wolves denied a place in the final by a last gasp Watford penalty equaliser and then the Hornets added a third in extra time to break Wolves hearts. Watford have proven to be dogged opponents for any team to beat this season and they deserve their lofty place in the table just behind Wolves. That said, Wolves tend to struggle against teams like Watford, excelling more against the top six and while I can’t see the Black Country team earning revenge here, I can see them doing enough to perhaps earn a share of the spoils.

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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