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Sunday’s Football Accumulator – Sun 10th March

After narrowly missing out on Wednesday last week, where Manchester United’s heroics in Paris ended up costing me a nice little acca return, I am hoping that Saturday’s selections have come up trumps for me in the Premier League.

However if not, then I am confident that this little quartet of games, three from the Premier League and one interesting match from Serie A that kicks off latest of the four games, should provide me with some good sport and a decent chance of a sizable return.

There’s just the three games in the Premier League on Sunday and they all run consecutively as they are being shown live on TV. We open at Anfield where Liverpool will be hoping to keep the pressure on Manchester City with a victory over Burnley and then this is followed by an intriguing match at Stamford Bridge where Chelsea take on a Wolves side that have made life very difficult for teams in the top six this season.

The third Premier League clash is the biggest of the weekend and sees Arsenal taking on a Manchester United side that have recorded one of their best ever results in Paris in midweek and who have won every one of the away games they have played under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thus far. Our acca is rounded off by the teatime kick off in Serie A where Sassuolo welcome second placed Napoli.

Here’s my tips for those four games on Sunday.

Sunday’s Premier League Acca- 10/03/2019

    • 12:00
    • Liverpool v Burnley - Home Win
    • 2:05
    • Chelsea v Wolves - Draw
    • 4:30
    • Arsenal v Man Utd - Away Win
    • 5:00
    • Sassuolo v Napoli - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 10th March

Liverpool v Burnley – Home Win

Assuming that Manchester City have beaten Watford on Saturday, this means that Liverpool will be four points behind City heading into this game and with City’s goal advantage being significantly better, nothing less than a win for Jurgen Klopp’s men will do. Burnley did beat Spurs recently and have drawn at Manchester United, but they have also lost their last two games and although Liverpool have drawn too many games of late, I do feel that they are very strong at home and should take a relatively comfortable victory here.

Chelsea v Wolves – Draw

Chelsea have bounced back well from their Carabao Cup defeat to Manchester City but this is a tricky game against one of the teams that have made life very difficult for the top six in the Premier League this season. There is no doubt that Wolves have raised their game against these sides and I think that with Chelsea playing on Thursday, they may well be a little jaded for this game. Wolves seem to know how to keep things tight on the road against the top sides and I think that will be their plan against Chelsea and with the visitors being so dangerous late on in games, I can see them falling behind to Chelsea in the game but clawing back an equaliser as Chelsea tire later on in the match.

Arsenal v Manchester United – Away Win

I’ll admit that originally in my notes for this game, which I had got together before the PSG v Man Utd clash this week, I had this down as a draw. But that United result in Paris has just tipped my gut feeling into thinking that this Manchester United team is set up far better to get results on the road, than at Old Trafford and as such, I think they can get the job done here against Arsenal too. The Gunners have a strong home record, but have lost at home to United already this season in the FA Cup and with Rashford and Lukaku in particular flying at the moment, I think United’s pace and power in attack can unsettle this shaky Arsenal back line and as such, I am backing United’s growing confidence to be the decisive factor and play a role in them securing another away win.

Sassuolo v Napoli – Away Win

Sassuolo’s rise to being a mid-table Serie A side is one of the great success stories of Italian football in recent years. Having spent most of its history as a lower league side, they earned promotion to Serie B in 2008 and then followed that with an incredible promotion to Serie A under Eusebio Di Francesco (now AS Roma coach) in 2013-14. Since then they have been relegation favourites most seasons but have avoided the drop every year and look likely to do so again. Napoli however are one of the top Serie A sides and have been in strong form throughout the season. Sassuolo will make it customarily tough for the Neapolitan side, but I am expecting the visitors to have enough quality to come away with the 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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