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Sunday 13th May Accumulator Tip & Predictions

It was a close call last weekend once again, with just a couple of results proving awkward to land and we now head into the final acca of the Premier League season as we have the now once-a-season occurrence of all 10 Premier League games taking place at the same time, 3pm on Sunday afternoon.

So that means no Saturday accumulator for me this week, but with a bigger than usual selection of games to pick from, I am hopeful that we can finish the season with a flourish before we turn our attentions to the major Play Off and Cup Finals coming up over the coming weeks.

And then of course, there is the small matter of the World Cup Finals, which of course I’ll be bringing you all the latest tips on throughout the tournament – Stay Tuned for more details on this over the coming weeks!

But for now we have the final day of action to look forward to and with just the final top four spot to be decided (between Chelsea and Liverpool) and Swansea needing a miracle to avoid the drop (a Swansea win, a Southampton loss and swing of 10 goals in favour of the Swans across both those games) it should be an intriguing afternoon of action.

Here’s my tips for the final afternoon of games in the Premier League this season.

Sunday’s Football Accumulator – 13/05/2018

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    • Burnley v Bournemouth- Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Newcastle v Chelsea - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Swansea City v Stoke City - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • West Ham v Everton - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 13th May

Burnley v Bournemouth – Home Win – Burnley have hit a bit of a sticky patch in recent games after going on a blistering run of wins a few weeks back and Bournemouth will be delighted to have returned to winning ways with a 1-0 win over Swansea City at the weekend. That said Eddie Howe’s team have been frustratingly inconsistent this season and that is the one thing that Burnley have not been at home, especially against the bottom half teams. I can’t see many goals here as Sean Dyche is so professional he would expect his team to battle for every point and with Europa League football assured, I think the Burnley boss will want to give his fans a good send off with a home win here.

Newcastle United v Chelsea – Draw – I think the draw in midweek against Huddersfield Town will have really deflated Chelsea and while their hopes of a Champions League spot are not yet over, they need to win here and for Brighton to beat Liverpool to leapfrog the Reds, I think they know that after losing 9 games so far this season in the Premier League, any chances of that spot are gone. I also feel that a win here is not a foregone conclusion. Newcastle have beaten Arsenal and Man Utd at St James’ Park recently, and they drew here with Liverpool so they are no pushovers and I am sure Rafa Benitez won’t mind putting one over Chelsea to help those out at Anfield. As such, I think this will be a tough one for the Londoners and I’m backing Newcastle to snatch a point here.

Swansea City v Stoke City – Home Win – There’s nothing else for Swansea to do here other than to go gung-ho and try and score as many goals as they can against a Stoke City side already relegated and with a squad in turmoil after comments made by Charlie Adam and Jack Butland this week. However, as the lowest scorers in the division, it is hard to see Swansea mustering two goals, let alone the 10 or so they need (plus a Southampton loss) to perform an unlikely escape. I think a disheartened Stoke will be easy pickings especially with Paul Lambert’s future uncertain but even in the event of a Swansea victory, which is what I feel will happen, I think there will be tears at the Liberty Stadium come full time.

West Ham v Everton – Home Win – Both of these teams will want to put this season behind them and move on to next season with much higher hopes. David Moyes will be keen to put one over his former club, but the same can be said of Sam Allardyce who managed the Hammers between 2011 and 2015. West Ham’s fine win at Leicester (which I tipped last week) should put them in good spirits ahead of their game with Manchester United on Thursday night and even if the Hammers don’t win that one (as I believe they won’t), I do feel that they have enough to get a result done against an Everton side that although improving away from home, are still far from convincing on the road.


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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