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Sunday’s Football Accumulator – Sunday 9th December

With their being just one game in the Premier League this Sunday, Newcastle facing Wolves at St James’ Park (the final game of the weekend takes place on Monday night as Everton play Watford at Goodison Park), we’re going to be looking outside of the Premier League once again for the remainder of my matches on Sunday.

Still, that’s not a great concern as when I have done so, I have usually been on the mark with the other selections, notably a few weeks ago when the only game to let me down was the Premier League match, with the other matches from Ligue 1, La Liga and Serie A all coming in for me.

So this week, we have gone for one match from Ligue 1 and two from Serie A to accompany the Newcastle v Wolves clash and I am confident that the games I have selected have an equally good, if not better chance, of coming in than the game in the Premier League.

First up we have Parma v Chievo, with one of the top half sides taking on the bottom side in Serie A in what should, on paper at least, be a rudimentary home win for Parma. In the evening we have two games with AC Milan taking on Torino and then St Etienne v Marseille, two teams doing well in Ligue 1 and with very similar records (they are 6th and 5th in the Ligue 1 table respectively on the same number of points).

Let’s take a look at how we see this quartet of games going on Sunday.

Sunday’s Premier League Accumulator Tip – 9/12/2018

    • 2:00
    • Parma v Chievo - Home Win
    • 4:00
    • Newcastle v Wolves - Draw
    • 7:30
    • AC Milan v Torino - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • St Etienne v Marseille - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Sunday 9th December

Parma v Chievo – Home Win 

Parma are having a decent season back in Serie A and lie comfortably in the top half of the table in ninth place, while Chievo are without a win all season long and have earned just five draws. Despite this, they only have two points, due to a three-point penalty being applied to their total. Parma’s attack has managed just 15 goals this season, but Chievo’s defence concedes on average around two per game and therein lies their biggest problem. Parma are not going to win this by a hatful of goals, but they should score at least one and that should well be enough to secure the win.

Newcastle v Wolves – Draw

Both these sides earned great results in midweek, Newcastle’s draw at Everton earning Rafa Benitez’ men a crucial point, while Wolves came from a goal down at home to Chelsea to claim a 2-1 win which really boosts their confidence following a poor run of form. There’s no doubt Wolves raise their game against the top sides, but they have come unstuck against some of the lesser lights in recent times and this is a tricky game against a Newcastle side that will be as tactically prepared for this game as Wolves are. I fancy Wolves to take the lead but Newcastle to peg them back and for this game to end up as an entertaining 1-1 draw.

AC Milan v Torino – Home Win

AC Milan lie fourth in Serie A with Torino in a respectable sixth place so thi sis not going to be an easy game for the Rossonieri, especially as Torino have lost just three games all season long. That said, the San Siro is a very intimidating place to play and Torino’s record on the ground is not great. Milan do blow hot and cold from time to time but a win here would open up a bit of daylight between them and Torino and the teams below and although this will be close and it may be a game that is decided by a single goal, I am backing the home side to come away with a narrow victory.

St. Etienne v Marseille – Home Win

I had my eye on this game from midweek, so I tuned in to watch Marseille take on Nantes in midweek and for all their attacking talent, Marseille have so many glaring defensive weaknesses that I cannot in good faith back them to win here. St. Etienne are a much better side than Nantes, who won that game with Marseille 3-2, and with home advantage and being unbeaten at the Geoffroy Guichard stadium, I think that Les Verts will be the team celebrating at the weekend. I do see this being a game with goals though, as Marseille for all their defensive weaknesses, do score plenty of goals, so this could be another Ligue One cracker to watch on Sunday night.

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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