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Saturday’s Premier League Acca – Saturday 4th May

It’s the penultimate weekend of Premier League fixtures of the season andAcca Tips there’s still plenty up for grabs at the top of the table in particular, while at the bottom Cardiff will be hoping they can pull off a modern-day miracle and claw back the deficit between them and Brighton.

This could be a definitive weekend in all those races. If Cardiff fail to win, or if Brighton win, then Cardiff are down for certain. If Liverpool lose and Manchester City win, then City will be declared Champions. Similarly, if Spurs and Chelsea win, and Arsenal and United either draw or lose, then it will be Spurs and Chelsea that finish 3rd and 4th in the table.

However, if results go differently, it means that we could end up with one of the most dramatic final days in Premier League history with one relegation spot, one or two Champions League qualification places and the Premier League title all being decided on the final weekend of the season.

I was so close again in the week to landing a massive acca at huge odds but unfortunately, Arsenal found their stride against a rather disappointing Valencia to claim a win when I’d tipped a draw. All the other tips for the games on Wednesday and Thursday came in on the button, so that was a real frustration, especially after that Valencia early goal.

It is yet another near miss and I can’t tell you how frustrating it has been, but at least it shows that my tips are on or almost bang on the money. I just hope the football gods are going to be kind over the last couple of weekends so I can end the season on a positive note.

Here’s my tips for this weekend’s penultimate round of games in the Premier League.

Saturday EPL Accumulator – 4th May 2019

    • 12:30
    • Bournemouth v Tottenham - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • West Ham v Southampton - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Cardiff City v Crystal Palace - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Newcastle v Liverpool - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 4th May

Bournemouth v Tottenham – Away Win

I should probably have veered away from this game as we have two of the most inconsistent sides at present in the Premier League facing each other. There’s been no rhyme or reason to Bournemouth’s results all season long and recently, Spurs have been losing far too many games too, so this trip to the south coast will be one they won’t be relishing. With a Champions League semifinal in Amsterdam next week, Spurs will at least have Son back for this game and I think that will be the key here as Bournemouth just don’t have a player of that quality. This could be any scoreline to be honest and this is the one pick I am least confident of this weekend, but I am backing Spurs to pick up a narrow but important win in the context of them finishing in the top four in the Premier League.

West Ham v Southampton – Draw

I think both of these teams won’t look back on 2018-2019 as a season with much fondness, but both may regard it as a pivotal season for their rebuilding program. After a slow start, West Ham have started to find some much better form in recent months and the same can be said for Southampton, who look reinvigorated under Ralph Hassenhuttl. Neither side is the most consistent though, even though both have improved in that regard since the turn of the year. West Ham’s home form is up and down too while the Saints are scoring more goals and becoming tougher to beat. Even so, I think this one is too close to call and as such, a draw looks a likely outcome for me.

Cardiff City v Crystal Palace – Away Win

It is now win or bust time for Cardiff City. The Bluebirds need to win both this game and then away at Old Trafford against Manchester United next weekend in order to stand any chance of overhauling Brighton and in truth that looks like a long-shot. Palace are a very tough team to try and get a result against when the pressure is on, as the top six have found out on occasion this season. Roy Hodgson’s men also seem to be better away from home than at Selhurst Park and again, that is another worry for Cardiff. I think this will be the game that eventually seals Cardiff’s fate for the season as I am backing Palace to emerge as the narrow winners here.

Newcastle United v Liverpool – Away Win

Liverpool come into this game on the back of a 3-0 Lionel Messi-inspired defeat away to Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal but the Reds know that they cannot afford any hangover against a Newcastle side that have already beaten Manchester City at St James’ Park this season and whose recent home form has been very good and the catalyst for their improved performances over the last few months. Rafa Benitez will approach this game as meticulously as any other and this could be a tough afternoon for Liverpool. The Reds won’t want their season to end in the space of four days and while I expect this to be a real battle, I think the visitors will do just enough to scrape the win and ensure that the title race goes down to the final day of the season, regardless of how Manchester City do against Leicester on Monday night.

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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