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Premier League Acca Tip – Saturday 29th September

Last weekend was much more like it, although Manchester United’s Acca Tipsinability to beat Wolves at home was the one result that scuppered a win for us. That was a little frustrating as all my other selections came home, pretty much exactly as I suggested they would.

It was the same story on Sunday with Chelsea not quite getting the result I expected against West Ham and then AC Milan compounded matters by conceding an injury time equaliser to Atalanta, which was frustrating.

That did mean though that the vast majority of selections last weekend were on the money, which gives me confidence going forward.

This weekend, we have some huge games to look forward to including 3rd v 1st in the Premier League as Chelsea look to get back to winning ways against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge in what should be a top of the table cracker on Saturday tea-time.

Here’s my tips for Saturday’s Premier League accumulator.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator – 29/09/2018

    • 12:30
    • West Ham v Man Utd - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Arsenal v Watford - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Newcastle v Leicester - Away Win
    • 5:30
    • Chelsea v Liverpool - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 29th September

West Ham United v Manchester United – Draw

West Ham will have been much happier with their home point last weekend than Manchester United, given that their point came against Chelsea’s while United’s was earned against Wolves. After a slow start, Manuel Pellegrini’s team are starting to look much more like a decent outfit in their last two games and I fancy them to give United a game here.That said, the Red Devils have been much better on the road this season than at home and they won’t have any fear travelling to West Ham, a team against whom they have a generally superb record in recent times. However, United are lacking something and I fancy the home side won’t end up beaten here with a draw the most likely outcome.

Arsenal v Watford – Home Win

After losing their two opening games, Arsenal are now on something of a roll having won all of their last five in all competitions and they face a Watford side that has taken just one point from the last six available. That said, Watford were good value for their point away to Fulham and should really have won the game. However, Arsenal looked very strong against Everton and although defensively they still look very shaky at times, they are now scoring plenty of goals and creating chances. I think this will be a real battle and Watford will run them close, but I am backing Arsenal to win this game by the odd goal in three.

Newcastle United v Leicester City – Away Win

Newcastle have had a torrid run of home games to start the season with Arsenal, Chelsea and Man City in their opening three, and they may feel Leicester offers their best chance of a win so far at St James’ Park. A draw away to Crystal Palace last weekend was a battling result and in truth, I see Newcastle being a team that has to fight for every point. However, I think their strengths and weaknesses as a team don’t match up well against a Leicester side that got back to form last weekend against Huddersfield and who will want to follow that win up with another here and unfortunately for home fans, I see the Foxes just about scraping the three points here.

Chelsea v Liverpool – Draw

Last season, Chelsea beat Liverpool 1-0 at Stamford Bridge near the end of the season, their first win over the Reds for a few seasons. Last week they also lost their 100% winning record, drawing 0-0 at West Ham. Liverpool had no such problems, winning their sixth game of the season in the Premier League 3-0 over Southampton. I think the two teams will line up very differently to the Carabao Cup tie between the teams on the Wednesday prior to this game and while I can’t see Chelsea being beaten at home, I also cannot see Liverpool losing as I feel this one will likely finish in a score 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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