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Sunday’s Football Acca – Sun 3rd March

For Sunday’s accumulator this week, we have selected all of the three Premier League games taking place, including the two big derby games, as well as a massive clash from Italy where Juventus, still undefeated in Serie A, take on Napoli in what could be one of the games of the season in Italian soccer.

In England, the action gets underway with an interesting game at Vicarage Road where Watford face Leicester City who will have former Liverpool and Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers at the helm for the first time. The Foxes earned a 2-1 win in midweek over Brighton to end their long run without a win and they’ll be doubly keen to pick up three points here for their new manager.

The other two Premier League games are crucial derby matches with Fulham, battling for survival in the Premier League, face a Chelsea team who are battling hard for a top four spot and a place in the Champions League next season. Then this is followed by the action from Merseyside where Goodison Park will be rocking as Everton face Liverpool in what will be a crucial Merseyside derby.

Can Everton gain revenge for their last gasp defeat at Anfield earlier on in the season, or will Liverpool edge closer to the Premier League title by landing another victory over their neighbours?

Here’s my tips for the four games for my accumulator.

Sunday’s Football Accumulator – 03/03/2019

    • 12:00
    • Watford v Leicester - Draw
    • 2:05
    • Fulham v Chelsea - Away Win
    • 4:15
    • Everton v Liverpool - Away Win
    • 7:30
    • Napoli v Juventus - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 3rd March

Watford v Leicester City – Draw

With Brendan Rodgers now in the hotseat, Leicester fans will be hoping that the team can now enjoy some more consistent performances than they managed under Claude Puel. They face a stern test for Rodgers opening game as boss against a Watford side who have been generally in good form of late. Javi Gracia’s team have been one of the more consistent mid-table outfits and deserve to sit in the top half of the table. They’ll certainly give Leicester a stern test today and while I can’t see the Hornets winning the game, I do feel they will be strong enough to land a draw from the encounter.

Fulham v Chelsea – Away Win

It’s crisis time for Fulham now and Claudio Ranieri will know that nothing less than a miracle is needed in order to preserve Fulham’s place in the Premier League next season. The Italian will face one of his former clubs, Chelsea, at the weekend and it’s not all rosy in the Chelsea garden either with Mauricio Sarri under real pressure for his job. All that back story aside, when it comes to the two teams, Fulham are by far the most inferior, chiefly because of their defence conceding too many goals and as such, I am backing Chelsea to come away with the points here, although that may still not be enough to keep the vultures from hovering.

Everton v Liverpool – Away Win

Everton fans will point out that they dominated the game between these two teams at Anfield and were unfortunate to lose to a freak goal in the last seconds of injury time. Liverpool fans will point at the league table and the fact that they are genuine title contenders as to their pedigree. Everton’s home form of late isn’t great and although this is different being a derby game, those fallibilities in defence still remain. I think this game may suit Liverpool more than the Anfield clash and as such, I think they can sit back and hit Everton on the counter. If they do that then I can see them winning this game.

Napoli v Juventus – Home Win

If you have seen Juventus’ record in Serie A this season then you will know backing them to lose is a very brave (or foolish) bet to make. However, I do have my reasons for this. Juventus may have dropped just six points in Serie A all season long but they have started to look fallible in other competitions. In the Coppa Italia, Atalanta trounced them 3-0 in the quarterfinals a couple of weeks back and last week, Atletico Madrid earned a very solid 2-0 win over a lacklustre Juventus at the Wanda Metropolitano. Napoli are a very tough team to beat on home soil and in truth, they are Juventus nearest rivals in Serie A. They won’t catch the Turin side, but I think they can be the first to inflict a defeat on them in the league this season in front of their passionate 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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