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Sunday Footy Accumulator – Sun 13th January

There’s just the two Premier League games taking place this Sunday, Everton facing Bournemouth in the early game followed by Manchester United’s trip to Wembley to face Tottenham in the later match, so we are going to supplement these two games with two matches from around Europe, or from Spain to be accurate.

The two Spanish games we have gone for are Athletic Bilbao against Sevilla, which sees two of the form teams in Spain, both unbeaten in their last five matches, come head to head. The other game pits 6th against 5th as Real Betis test their credentials for a Champions League spot against the struggling Real Madrid, who have dropped to fifth in the table following their defeat to Real Sociedad last time out.

I’m hopeful that I’m due a decent win on the acca’s I compile each weekend and both this weekends selections are longer odds than usual, which means if one turns into a winner, then I will really be quids in.

The game most people are looking forward to is the Spurs v Man Utd game, which should be a cracker and which pits two of the form teams in the Premier League against one another, with Spurs hoping to stay in the title race with Manchester City and Liverpool, while Manchester United will be desperate to keep closing the gap on Arsenal in fifth and Chelsea in fourth.

So without any further ado, let’s take a look at my tips for this Sunday’s games.

Sunday’s Football Acca – 13/01/2019

    • 2:15
    • Everton v Bournemouth - Home Win
    • 3:15
    • Athletic Bilbao v Sevilla - Draw
    • 4:30
    • Tottenham v Man Utd - Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Real Betis v Real Madrid - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 13th January

Everton v Bournemouth – Home Win

Everton have had a lean time of it at Goodison Park of late with defeats to Spurs and Leicester fresh in the memory, but they are taking on a Bournemouth side that have also been in the middle of a desperate run of form. Eddie Howe did move to bring in two ex-Liverpool men in Nathaniel Clyne and Dominic Solanke but Solanke’s injury is a blow to the Cherries and even so, I still feel they are lacking the confidence with Solanke fit to get a result here. If Everton can find their best form, then they should win this game comfortably.

Athletic Bilbao v Sevilla – Draw

Athletic Bilbao have lost just five games this season in La Liga, that is one fewer than Real Madrid and Real Betis, and just two more than Sevilla their opponents today, but Bilbao’s problem is that they draw too many games with 10 of their 18 games finishing all-square. With Sevilla having a third of their games finishing in a draw too, it’s little wonder then that I’ve backed that to be the outcome here. In truth, the result feels right, Sevilla are not the strongest on the road and Bilbao, home or away, don’t do enough to win games but are tough to beat. Combine all those factors and a draw is really the only sensible bet here.

Tottenham v Manchester United – Home Win

I was so tempted to go for the draw in this game and who knows, time may prove that to be the right result, but I’ve veered away for it in favour of a Spurs win for a couple of key reasons. Firstly, Spurs don’t draw games in the Premier League, in their 21 games they have had 16 wins and 5 defeats. Their last draw was away to Barcelona in the Champions League a couple of months back. Similarly, United don’t draw too many either, especially under Solskjaer where they look more attack minded, however their back line is still very porous and against this high quality Spurs attack, I think that will be what undermines their bid for a win here. Spurs to win it, but only just.

Real Betis v Real Madrid – Home Win

I find it hard to believe that I am backing against Real Madrid in a La Liga game, especially seeing as they are not taking on Barcelona or Atletico Madrid in the game, but such has the fall from grace been for Real, that Real Betis now pose a real threat to them. Real hold a four point lead over Betis in fifth, but Betis can cut that to a point with a win here. The Seville-based side have not endured the best of times in the past but have been much better this season and it worth noting that they have beaten the likes of Milan, Barcelona and Olympiacos already this season. This is a tricky game for Real Madrid against a Betis side strong at home and as such, I am backing the home team to land a surprise win.

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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