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Saturday’s Premier League Acca – Sat 8th December

We were close on Tuesday night to landing another big acca win, withAcca Tips just one of the games letting us down and while Wednesday’s games weren’t the best, a couple of strange results, notably Chelsea losing to Wolves, helped scupper that.

However, I feel that another win is not too far away and who knows, it may even come this weekend, where the stand out game in the Premier League is clearly Chelsea’s clash with Manchester City at Stamford Bridge.

A few weeks ago I’d have given Chelsea every chance here, but two defeats in three games to Tottenham and then on Wednesday night against Wolves have put a massive dent in Chelsea’s title hopes and mean that City will likely go into the game as the favourites to win.

City and Liverpool both racked up another win apiece in the week, and there is now a gap appearing between the two and the chasing pack, which comprises of the three London teams, Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs, with Everton and Manchester United amongst the teams several points further back.

We start the countdown to the festive season from now and we will have tips on all the key fixtures across the Christmas and New Year period, as well as our final Champions League and Europa League Group Stage tips coming up next week too, so keep your eyes peeled for that.

Here’s my four tips for the games taking place in the Premier League on Saturday.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator Tip – 8/12/2018

    • 3:00
    • Cardiff v Southampton - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • West Ham v Crystal Palace - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Chelsea v Man City - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Leicester v Tottenham - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 8th December

Cardiff City v Southampton – Home Win

Both these sides have relegation concerns and this is a true relegation six-pointer if ever there was one. Southampton’s new manager Ralf Hasenhutl will take charge for this one but I think it is a baptism of fire against a Cardiff City side who have been performing well at home of late and who I feel are the slight favourites to get the win here. The Bluebirds may struggle on the road but they have given most teams a real test at home and with Southampton having just one win so far this season, even the prospect of a new manager coming in, which usually boosts a teams chances, I feel that Cardiff will still be good enough to get the win.

West Ham v Crystal Palace – Home Win

West Ham are slowly moving away from the relegation zone now that they have found some form under Manuel Pellegrini, while Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace still remain esconced in that group of teams most in danger of the drop. Palace’s inconsistency must be so infuriating for their manager and fans and I expect them to play well in patches here, but I feel that West Ham are now more consistent and playing markedly better defensively than they did earlier in the season. That allied to a greater goal threat, with three rattled in against Cardiff in midweek, means that I am backing the home side to win this one well.

Chelsea v Manchester City – Away Win

A few weeks ago, I’d have given Chelsea every chance to win this game and there will be plenty of Liverpool fans hoping that they can still do so, but having lost two of their last three, it does seem as if the Sarri bubble has burst a little at Stamford Bridge and the team you would least like to face after that occurring is City. City hung on a little against Watford in the week, which will give Chelsea hope, but in truth they could and perhaps should have been four or five up by that point. Chelsea are unbeaten at home this season, but if any team is likely to end that run it is City and having beaten Chelsea on all of the last three occasions the teams met, I am backing the visitors to make it four on Saturday.

Leicester v Tottenham – Away Win

Tottenham got back to winning ways in the week with a comfortable 3-1 victory over Southampton at Wembley, while Leicester earned a draw at Fulham, thanks to another James Maddison strike. That win, combined with Chelsea’s defeat and Arsenal’s draw, meant Spurs moved back into third in the table, but they are eight points behind City at the top and six behind Liverpool in second. Leicester have done well against top teams without getting the results but I think Spurs will know they cannot afford any more slip ups and Leicester’s defensive issues mean that I do fancy Spurs to just about sneak the win on Saturday night, although it may take a late goal for them to do so.

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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