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Saturday’s Weekend Footy Acca – Sat 15th December

There’s been a few unusual results over the last week or so in both theAcca Tips Premier League and the Champions League? I bet there are not many people who backed Chelsea to beat Man City, Young Boys to beat Juventus, Valencia to beat Man Utd and Spurs to go through from Group B at the expense of Inter Milan.

All those upset results in key games mean that, like all acca punters, it’s been a series of disappointing results over the last week or so, but I am hopeful that this weekend we can get back to winning ways, starting with the selection of four games from the Premier League on Saturday.

The standout game is Everton facing Manchester City at the Etihad at lunchtime, while in the afternoon a number of key matches involve teams at the other end of the table, with Watford v Cardiff, Fulham v West Ham and Huddersfield v Newcastle in particular ones to watch.

After a great start to the year, I’m a bit disappointed with how the last few weeks have gone, so I am aiming to ensure that we end 2018 on a positive note by backing a few winners over the festive period and hopefully this set of tips will get the ball rolling.

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator Tip – 15/12/2018

    • 12:30
    • Man City v Everton - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Crystal Palace v Leicester - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Huddersfield v Newcastle - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Fulham v West Ham - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 15th December

Manchester City v Everton – Home Win 

After last week’s shock defeat to Chelsea, City bounced back in midweek with a 2-1 win over Hoffenheim to confirm them as winners of their Champions League group. They now face an Everton side that has played some lovely football in recent away games and perhaps not got the results their performances have deserved. To do that against City though is a tall order, especially with the way City are dominating their games in the Premier League at home. Everton could cause City a few issues and may even grab a goal, but I still think that the home side will run out winners on the day.

Crystal Palace v Leicester – Draw

I do find it amazing that this Palace side are still embroiled in a relegation battle. At times, they play some fantastic football and but for wasting a number of gilt-edged chances, seemingly in every game, and individual mistakes, they would be much higher up the table. Leicester’s good run of form came to an end at home to Spurs last weekend but I think that the Foxes won’t let one defeat become two. They are playing some very eye-catching counter-attacking football under Claude Puel but I feel they really miss Vardy when the striker is out of the side. With Vardy a certainty to play, I’d have backed Leicester to win. With him being a doubt, I think a draw is the best call here.

Huddersfield v Newcastle United – Draw

This is a game where I am left scratching my head to see where the goals are going to come from. Huddersfield have scored three goals at home all season long and the scorer of two of those goals, Aaron Mooy, is out injured until the New Year. Newcastle have three 0-0 draws on their record on the road and their performances away from home have generally been better than at St James’ Park. I can see Newcastle picking up something from this game, but I just don’t see it being a win as if Newcastle do score, it will be just the one goal and I feel Huddersfield will grab one too. Similarly if they don’t then I can’t see Huddersfield finding a way through the Newcastle defence either.

Fulham v West Ham – Away Win

London derby games can be tricky to predict and while this is one of the smaller derby matches, it will be no less passionate. Fulham desperately need to pick up wins as they are rooted to the foot of the table, but their problem is they just concede far too many goals. That’s a problem against a West Ham side that have started to find some form in recent weeks, winning all of their last three games scoring nine goals in the process. I fancy the Hammers will be looking to keep that good run of wins and goals scored going here and they will claim the win relatively comfortably.

Dean Wyatt

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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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