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Tuesday’s Premier League Acca – Tuesday 26th February

It’s one of those increasingly rare weeks where we have a full set of Premier League games Acca Tipstaking place, after which there will be just ten games left in the season. It seems incredible saying that as it feels like it was just a couple of weeks ago when we were approaching our first set of tips for the new season back in August.

Due to the fact that there are so many games at this time, I am having to get articles prepped and ready to go a little in advance of the results of my last sets of tips coming in, so I am not sure how things panned out over the weekend, but regardless, I am confident that this quartet of tips for Tuesday night can do the trick.

There are ten games being played across Tuesday and Wednesday, four tonight, which doesn’t give us too much leeway when picking the teams, plus six tomorrow, including the top two Man City and Liverpool in action, as well as Chelsea taking on Tottenham in what could be a crucial London derby game.

Here’s hoping that we have landed a nice winner at the weekend but if not, then let’s hope that this midweek selection can have us looking forward to the weekend in a positive frame of mind.

Here’s my Tuesday night acca tip.

Tuesday’s Premier League Accumulator – 26/02/2019

    • 7:45
    • Cardiff City v Everton - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Huddersfield Town v Wolves - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Leicester City v Brighton - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Newcastle v Burnley - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 26th February

Cardiff City v Everton – Away Win

Cardiff were humbled 5-1 by Watford at home last time out and Neil Warnock will know that his team need a reaction against Everton in front of their home fans following that very poor display. Everton though are hardly a team in shining form and although they are 11th, they are just eight points ahead of Cardiff City in 17th and not out of the woods yet. The Toffees have not been picking up wins of late and that has seen them dragged into the battle at the bottom along with a host of mid-table sides, with the likes of Newcastle, Burnley, Cardiff, Southampton and Crystal Palace picking up points more regularly. It is about time Marco Silva started to get more from his team and while I can’t see them winning by a huge amount, I am backing the Toffees to land a rare win here.

Huddersfield Town v Wolves – Away Win

You can look at this any way you like, but Huddersfield are doomed. It doesn’t matter who they have to play in their remaining ten games after the visit of Wolves on Tuesday, Jan Siewert’s role next season will be to bring Huddersfield back up to the Premier League. The home side are 14 points adrift of Cardiff in 17th and have a nine inferior goal difference, which is effectively another point. Huddersfield are down and their focus now, although they won’t say it, will be on building for next season. Wolves in contrast are in great shape, playing some fine football and picking up good results. I was a bit disappointed they only managed a draw at Bournemouth, but I am backing them to gain revenge for their home defeat to Huddersfield in the Autumn with a win here.

Leicester City v Brighton – Home Win

How Leicester lost their match with Crystal Palace 4-1 at the weekend I will never know. The Foxes had 66% of the possession, 27 shots compared to Palace’s 7, and were still on the end of a complete thumping thanks to some excellent finishing by Palace, who for once took the chances that they created. Claude Puel seems to be operating under real pressure at the King Power at the moment and I think he’ll be feeling that ahead of the midweek visit of Brighton, who didn’t have a game at the weekend as their fixture with Chelsea was postponed due to the London side being in the Carabao Cup Final. Brighton will be rested, but Chris Hughton’s men are not in the best form and Leicester need a statement win to get their fans back behind them after the Crystal Palace debacle and I think they’ll get that here.

Newcastle United v Burnley – Draw

Whisper it quietly, but I think these two teams are going to be perfectly fine this season. Newcastle have a master tactician in Rafael Benitez, who seems to be able to conjure up results at the most important of times, while Burnley’s much improved form over the last few months has seen them steadily climb the table and they are now just four points off Bournemouth in 10th in the table. Both sides are in good form heading into this game and I think both would have ideally preferred this game at a different juncture of the season, but as it is I think both defences have been solid and I can’t see many goals here. I supposed one side could nick this 1-0, and both are capable of doing that, but having reviewed the data I just have the feeling that this will see a goal at both ends and finish in a combative 1-1 draw.

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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