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Sunday’s Football Accumulator – 23rd September

Last Sunday, things were going great until West Ham’s game at Everton, where I fully expected Marco Silva’s resurgent Toffees to put a West Ham side, who had lost all of their last four games, to the sword.

However, West Ham put in a fine display to earn a 3-1 victory which scuppered my chance at a Sunday winning acca bet, regardless of how Villarreal did in the late La Liga game on Sunday.

This Sunday there are just two Premier League games, but they are two crackers with West Ham facing Chelsea in a big London derby for both sides, while a short time later, resurgent Arsenal take on Everton at the Emirates in what should be another great game.

I am going to supplement those two selections with a couple of others from across Europe this week in the hope of increasing the value of a potential acca win.

Here’s my tips for Sunday’s games.

Sunday’s Footy Accumulator – 23/09/2018

    • 11:30
    • Torino v Napoli - Away Win
    • 1:30
    • West Ham v Chelsea - Away Win
    • 4:00
    • Arsenal v Everton - Home Win
    • 5:00
    • AC Milan v Atalanta - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 23rd September

Torino v Napoli – Away Win

Torino lie in mid table in 10th after last weekend’s games while Napoli’s win moved them up into third place in the table, behind shock second place Spal and leaders Juventus. Torino have proven tough to beat at home at times but Napoli will know that if they are to challenge Juventus again, they cannot afford any more slips. Looking at the quality of each team’s squad too, as well as their more recent form, suggests that this is a game Napoli should win and given their firepower, I believe they will do precisely that, although I am not expecting Torino to go down without a fight.

West Ham v Chelsea – Away Win

Both these teams recorded fine wins last weekend, Chelsea making it five from five at home to Cardiff City, while West Ham earned their first points of the season with a superb 3-1 win at Everton. However the Hammers have drawn a short star yet again here by taking on Chelsea with their 100% record. Chelsea look confident at the moment and that will really test this West Ham side who still look very much like a work in progress. Although, as a London derby, this game will perhaps be a little more unpredictable I cannot see anything other than Chelsea winning the game, although it may be much closer than many of the experts are predicting.

Arsenal v Everton – Home Win

Everton’s defeat to West Ham last week was their first of the season but three draws from their other four games, and just one win, means that they now trail Arsenal by three points, despite the Gunners losing their opening two matches of the season. Since then Unai Emery’s team have begun to look a bigger threat, although I still have real reservations about their defensive qualities. That said, Everton have real issues at centre half and against two strikers of the quality of Aubameyang and Lacazette, plus Ozil supporting them, I feel that the Gunners are going to have too much firepower here, although I think Everton will make it difficult for them.

AC Milan v Atalanta – Home Win

These two teams lie 13th and 14th in Serie A respectively although Milan do have a game in hand on the teams around them.  Atalanta are a side that flatters to deceive at times, occasionally showing glimpses of real quality but then not being able to sustain that over a lengthy period of time. Milan have much better players and have invested heavily in their squad over the last couple of years, but it hasn’t quite happened for them as yet. That said, they should be more than capable of getting a result at the San Siro in front of their home fans, which should move them comfortably up the table.

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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