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Sunday’s Football Accumulator: Sun 6th May

This Sunday sees a trio of big Premier League games taking place involving teams involved at both ends of the table, as well as a full fixture list of Championship matches as teams battle for the final promotion spot to the Premier League, as well as the four playoff berths.

As such, I’m going to focus my tips this weekend on one Championship game alongside the three big Premier League matchups.

I think I am due a bit of luck with my Sunday selections as the last two I have made have both almost come in, with just one result being the difference between landing some bigger value wins and not.

Still, over the course of the season I’ve landed more than my fair share of accumulators, but that just makes me all the more determined to head out this season on what is the penultimate weekend of the Premier League campaign, with a bang and a big win to bash the bookies with still further.

I’m not confident that this is going to be the longest odds accumulator I have ever put together (the odds on the Manchester City v Huddersfield game make that almost a certainty) but lets hope that we can land the win anyway to set us on our way nicely into the last week of the season.

Here’s my tips for this week.

Sunday’s Football Accumulator – 06/05/2018

    • 12:30
    • Ipswich v Middlesbrough - Away Win
    • 1:30
    • Man City v Huddersfield - Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Arsenal v Burnley - Home Win
    • 4:30
    • Chelsea v Liverpool - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 6th May

Ipswich Town v Middlesbrough – Away Win – Middlesbrough are safely through to the playoffs and could be forgiven for taking this game with Ipswich lightly ahead of their two legged tie (likely with Aston Villa), but I don’t think that Middlesbrough boss Tony Pulis is that kind of manager. Ipswich have had an up and down season and their consistency hasn’t been great and in truth they fought more against relegation than to get into the playoffs this season, which is a big disappointment for the East Anglian side. Boro are confident having won all of their last three games and I think they’ll want to carry that form into the playoffs, hence I am backing them to rely on their strong defence to emerge with a narrow 1-0 or 2-1 win today.

Manchester City v Huddersfield Town – Home Win – I don’t think I have ever seen a Premier League game where one of the teams is odds of around 40/1 to win the match. Such is the gulf in stature of these two teams (most notably in terms of finance) that this could potentially be the most one-sided Premier League game of the season. City fans will be in a celebratory mood with the League title being presented on the pitch ahead of the game but with Huddersfield desperate for points, I can see the Terriers putting together an incredible performance and shocking the world to claim a 3-0 win here. Nah, I’m only joking, Manchester City will of course win and I dread to think for Huddersfield fans what the final score could be if City hit top form.

Arsenal v Burnley – Home Win – It speaks volumes for the seasons these two teams have had in that they are each others closest rivals in the league table, which is great news for Burnley fans, not so for the Gunners faithful. The Arsene Wenger farewell tour saw Arsenal go down to a late goal at Manchester United last week but at home the Gunners have been very strong. The trip to Madrid in midweek may well tire some players but if Arsenal are still in the Europa League, I’d expect Wenger to rest some tired legs anyway. Regardless, even with some fringe players in the team and Aubameyang back up front, I think the Gunners will win this one relatively comfortably.

Chelsea v Liverpool – Home Win – The biggest game of the weekend comes at Stamford Bridge where Chelsea must win in order to stand any chance of overhauling Spurs and/or Liverpool above them to claim a place in the Champions League. Antonio Conte’s men have hit a bit of form of late and with Liverpool having a Champions League semi final on the Wednesday, I can’t see the Reds being in great shape heading into this game. Combined with their very poor record at Stamford Bridge, I think that Jurgen Klopp may need to claim a win against Brighton next weekend to ensure the Reds play Champions League football next season, unless of course they can win that competition and qualify that way. I’m backing Chelsea to win this one 2-1.


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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