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Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator – 2nd February

What a week for shock results it has been and to paraphrase whatAcca Tips Gary Lineker tweeted in the week, if you manage to land an accumulator this week then you must be a genius.

The shocks started in the FA Cup last weekend with West Ham being tossed out of the competition by AFC Wimbledon, bottom of League One, while Wolves barely snatched a draw at Shrewsbury. Everton we’re despatched by Millwall and then the results kept on throwing up surprises in midweek too.

Manchester City were beaten by Newcastle, Chelsea were thumped by Bournemouth and also Liverpool and Manchester United were both held at home by Leicester City and Burnley respectively. So as you can imagine, my midweek tips were a little off the mark.

I was disappointed though on Sunday as I landed 3/4 results bang on the money, even tipping Palace to beat Spurs, but Real Sociedad let me down against the bottom club Huesca in La Liga, only able to draw 0-0 when I needed them to land me a win which would have been my second acca win in a week.

Still it does show that my tips are not too far away, when teams perform as their record suggests they should, so let’s hope we can land another winner with this selection of tips for the weekend’s action in the Premier League, starting with the games on Saturday.

Saturday’s Football Acca – 02/02/2019

    • 12:30
    • Tottenham v Newcastle - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Brighton v Watford - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Crystal Palace v Fulham - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Everton v Wolves - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 2nd February

Tottenham v Newcastle United – Home Win

Having come back late on against Watford last time out to secure a morale-boosting win, Spurs will be looking to pick up maximum points again, this time against Manchester City’s conquerors in midweek, Newcastle. Rafa Benitez got his tactics spot on against Guardiola’s team and they were deserving of the win, but this game coming so soon after, and especially being on the road, looks like being a tough ask for the visitors. With Son back now in the fold after South Korea’s Asian Cup elimination, Spurs now have a genuine focal point in attack once again and I think that win over Watford in midweek will give them the confidence to put in a more solid display here and clinch the victory.

Brighton v Watford – Draw

Both these sides went down to defeats in the week, with their opponents coming back from losing positions to clinch the win. Neither Chris Hughton or Javi Gracia will be too enamoured with their teams performances in the second half in the week and both will want a response here. Brighton are generally good at home, but Watford are a very adaptable side and they do tend to be in most games until late on. Neither team will want to lose another game and of the two, it is Watford that have slightly the better form. However, I feel the Hornets are not quite good enough to snatch the win here and I feel that a draw is the most likely outcome.

Crystal Palace v Fulham – Home Win

Crystal Palace face a Fulham side that will be buoyant after coming from 2-0 down at home to Brighton to earn a 4-2 win with a fine second half display. Palace were held by Southampton in the week, but on the road that was a decent point for Roy Hodgson’s men, although Wilf Zaha being absent through suspension after receiving a red card in that game will hit them hard. Even so, I still feel Palace’s recent form is so strong, and Fulham’s away record so poor, that the home side should be the favourites to win this game and with Andros Townsend in good goalscoring form, I am backing Palace to just about sneak the victory here to move them away from the foot of the table.

Everton v Wolves – Draw

These teams are very well matched in my view and have a number of similarities. I think they play a similar way, have similar players especially in defence and midfield and I think both are somewhat stymied by not having a true attacking player of the highest quality to put away the chances they create. Recent games between the two have also been very tight with many of them ending in a draw, including the game between the two on the opening day of the season. In truth, I think we are likely to see a similar game here with both teams coming into the game on the back of a win, I think Wolves will take the lead but Everton will strike back to claim a point in front of their home fans.

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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