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Tuesday’s Footy Acca – Tue 29th January

This week we have two sets of Premier League games taking place, withAcca Tips Matchday 24 taking place across Tuesday and Wednesday evening, followed by the usual weekend games on Matchday 25 across the weekend.

The first of the four sets of accumulator tips this week takes in four of the six games being played in the Premier League on Tuesday night and of course, the second set of tips coming tomorrow, is for the four games taking place Wednesday.

We landed a nice acca of better than 11/1 a little over a week ago and I want to keep that good run going here and with four chances over the coming days, I’m confident that at least one will prove to be a solid bet.

So without any further ado, here is my selections for games taking place on Tuesday night in the Premier League.

Tuesday’s Premier League Accumulator – 29/01/2019

    • 7:45
    • Fulham v Brighton - Draw
    • 7:45
    • Huddersfield v Everton - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Wolves v West Ham - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Man Utd v Burnley - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 29th January

Fulham v Brighton – Draw 

Fulham will have been distraught at conceding a late winner to Tottenham in their last home game and there are clear signs that Claudio Ranieri’s side are starting to improve. Brighton’s recent form isn’t that spectacular and the Seagulls won’t be relishing this trip to London. Fulham though are still conceding too many soft goals and both the goals they conceded against Spurs were avoidable. As such, I can see Fulham getting something from this game, especially with Ryan Babel slotting nicely in on the left hand side of the attack, but I also feel Brighton are a little too cute to be caught out on the wrong end of the result here, hence I feel that a draw, most likely by a 1-1 scoreline, is the best bet.

Huddersfield v Everton – Away Win

These two teams shared a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park when they met in September but since then Huddersfield’s fortunes have nosedived and the . Terriers are without a win in their last 12 games. Jan Siewert has come in to try and steady the ship but the ex-Dortmund manager faces a stern test in his opening Premier League encounter against a talented Everton side. That said, the Toffees have been a little below par at times of late, and their inconsistency must be frustrating for manager Marco Silva and the Evertonian fans. Even so, Huddersfield’s lack of tangible goal threat means I can’t see them scoring here, which means if Everton can manage just one goal (and I think they are capable of at least a couple, if not more), then I feel it will be a positive evening’s work for the Blues.

Wolves v West Ham – Home Win

A very late goal from Adama Traore handed Wolves a 1-0 win when these two teams last met in September. West Ham had not won a Premier League game at that point, but since then Manuel Pellegrini’s team has seen their fortunes improve a great deal and they now come into this game in mid-table and just a point behind the hosts. Wolves will be without Willy Boly, who is a big miss in central defence, but with West Ham’s star striker Marko Arnautovic seemingly sulking after his move to Japan fell through, I can’t see the Hammers being at full strength for this one either. I predict another close game here with both sides having chances but I think that the experience and quality Wolves have in the centre of the field, along with home advantage, will prove the decisive factors in securing them victory.

Manchester United v Burnley – Home Win

The change in Manchester United since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over has been marked and the Red Devils Premier League form has improved no end on the back of five successive wins and plenty of goals scored. They are now level on points with Arsenal and just a few off Chelsea in fourth place which will be Solskjaer’s aim for the season. They face a Burnley side who have also found some good form of late under Sean Dyche and who have moved out of the bottom three in recent weeks. Burnley will certainly do their best to make it a tough evening for United but in truth, I can’t see any way that they will get something from the game. As such, I am backing United to win this one comfortably as the bookmakers are suggesting.

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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