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Sunday’s Football Accumulator – Sun 24th February

After being so close so often over the last few weeks, I am hopeful that this weekend may bring about the full house of results we need to turn all these near misses into a big accumulator win.

If Saturday’s longer odds shot hasn’t landed on the mark, then this shorter odds fourfold for Sunday’s games in the Premier League, the Carabao Cup Final and then the late evening game in Serie A, should stand us a great chance of landing that elusive winner.

First up this week we have two Premier League games as Arsenal take on Southampton at the Emirates Stadium but more attention will be focused on Old Trafford as two northern giants clash in a massive Premier League encounter as in-form Manchester United take on title-chasing Liverpool in what could be one of the pivotal ties of the season for Jurgen Klopp’s men.

This is then followed by the Carabao Cup Final as Chelsea seek a way to try and gain some degree of revenge over Manchester City, who thumped the Londoner’s 6-0 at the Etihad Stadium just a couple of weeks ago. Then we finish with the evening Serie A game as draw specialists Fiorentina take on an improving Inter Milan side who are currently third in the Serie A table.

Here’s my tips for those four matches.

Sunday’s Footy Acca – 24/02/2019

    • 2:05
    • Arsenal v Southampton - Home Win
    • 2:05
    • Man Utd v Liverpool - Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Chelsea v Man City - Man C Win
    • 7:30
    • Fiorentina v Inter - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 24th February

Arsenal v Southampton – Home Win

Southampton handed Arsenal a defeat when these teams met at St Mary’s back in December and the Saints form up until recently had been pretty good, while Arsenal’s (especially away from home) had been poor. Even so, I think the Gunners will be ready for this one and their home form in the Premier League has generally been good, even when they have struggled on the road. Southampton look a much better unit now under Ralph Hassenhuttl and they won’t make it easy for Arsenal and it may well take just one goal to win it, but I think given the attacking players the Gunners possess, they are the team most likely to get it.

Manchester United v Liverpool – Home Win

Manchester United have been in superb form since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over the helm from Jose Mourinho following their 3-1 defeat to today’s opponents back in December. Their only defeat came last week to PSG in the Champions League and their only dropped points in the Premier League came in a 2-2 home draw with Burnley. Liverpool will know a win here would be a huge result but United and Old Trafford will be well up for this game, if only to deny the Reds a chance to go back top of the table. Given that, and Liverpool’s somewhat poor record at Old Trafford in recent years, I feel that Manchester United will just about snatch the win here which would ensure City and Liverpool head into the final ten games of the season level on points.

Chelsea v Man City (at Wembley) – Man City Win

Given the ridiculously short price Manchester City are, and the clamour for Chelsea to sack Mauricio Sarri following their poor run of form, it is worth remembering that Chelsea were the side that inflicted Manchester City’s first defeat in the Premier League on them this season back in December and on that day, they were worthy winners against their opponents. City’s 6-0 win a couple of weeks ago was a horrific performance by Chelsea but they are not as bad as their odds suggest. Even so, City for me are the obvious pick here simply because they have such great form and seem able to swap players over in the squad without any drop in performance. That flexibility allied to their ability will be the key to their success and I can see them winning the trophy on Sunday afternoon.

Fiorentina v Inter Milan – Away Win

Fiorentina have become something of a draw specialist in Serie A this season, a fact which has seen them slip further down the table than they would have liked. However, Inter Milan don’t draw too many games and the Italian side have come through a sticky spell of late to win all of their last three matches by a single goal and my gut feeling is that they are likely to continue that run here. Fiorentina are by no means in bad form themselves, unbeaten in their last eight games, but they can and do slip up at home from time to time and I think Inter have the players to ensure that tonight may well be just another of those occasions.

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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