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Sunday Football Acca – Sun 10th February

I’m hopeful that my tips for Saturday have come in and we’re celebrating another big Acca win this week, but if not then I am confident that this fourfold bet for Sunday’s games across the Premier League and Europe will be at least close to the mark.

To say last weekend was a frustrating one is an understatement, both days saw me land three good results and then just one match each day let me down, in Sunday’s case, I just needed one more Fiorentina goal to claim a very sizable win.

However, as I said, that means that I am hitting many more results on the money than I was at the tail end of 2018 and I think that this bodes well going forward, especially when you consider how many freakish results we have had in the past few weeks.

This Sunday there are just two Premier League games, Tottenham facing Leicester and then later on Manchester City face Chelsea in what should be a cracker. Alongside these two games, we have also backed a couple of games from leagues around Europe to boost the odds of the acca.

Here’s hoping that this little fourfold bet can prove to be a big winner for us this Sunday.

Sunday’s Football Accumulator – 10/02/2019

    • 1:30
    • Tottenham v Leicester - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Montpellier v AS Monaco - Home Win
    • 4:00
    • Man City v Chelsea - Home Win
    • 4:00
    • Guingamp v Lille - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 10th February

Tottenham v Leicester City – Home Win

A couple of years ago, it was these two teams that were locked in a battle to win the Premier League and it was Leicester City who came out on top. Spurs have maintained that position in the top four since, while Leicester have returned to more customary mid-table positions. The Foxes have produced some fine performances against the top sides of late though, notably beating Man City and earning a draw against Liverpool at Anfield. Spurs form has been patchy but Son’s return has inspired them to two wins in their last two games and they will know that to keep up the pressure on Liverpool and Manchester City, they will need another three points here. This will be a close one and I almost went for a surprise draw, but Spurs draw so few games that I am going to go with them sneaking the win.

Montpellier v AS Monaco – Home Win

Montpellier have been one of the better teams in Ligue 1 this season and their success has been built on a rock solid defence which has conceded just 17 goals in their 22 games. Only PSG have a better defensive record and that does mask a rather toothless attack which has managed 29 goals. Monaco’s struggles are well-documented with Thierry Henry now sacked and Leonardo Jardim surprisingly re-appointed as manager. They earned a 2-1 win over Toulouse at home last time out, but the cracks are still very evident for Monaco and I am backing Montpellier to claim a low scoring home win in this game.

Manchester City v Chelsea – Home Win

Chelsea were the first team to defeat Manchester City in the Premier League this season, doing so back in December but since then the Blues form has stagnated a little, while Manchester City suffered further defeats in December to Leicester and Crystal Palace. Since the turn of the year though, City have been in great form apart from one shocking display at Newcastle aside and they should be confident of getting the job done at home to Chelsea. Sarri’s men were humbled 4-0 on the road at Bournemouth last time out and if the Cherries can do that to Chelsea, City can easily do the same. I expect this to be a battle but I also feel it is one City will eventually win.

Guingamp v Lille – Away Win

The bottom club Guingamp face a tough task against second placed Lille, who have won all of their last five games. Lille boast an impressive array of ex-players including the likes of Dmitri Payet, Eden Hazard, Olivier Giroud and Divock Origi and while their current squad may not have quite so many stellar names, they have been good enough to lie second only to PSG in Ligue 1, thee points ahead of Lyon in third and a massive nine points clear of St.Etienne in fourth. Lille are the second top scorers in Ligue 1 with 40 goals and have conceded just 22 and with Guingamp the worst defence and attack in the division, I feel that the visitors will come away with a relatively easy victory on Sunday afternoon.

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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