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Wednesday Premier League Accumulator – Wed 2nd January

Goodbye 2018 and hello to 2019 and after a trio of big games on NewAcca Tips Year’s Day, we have turned our attention instead to the six games taking place on Wednesday night for our first accumulator bet of the New Year, chiefly because the odds available tonight are so much better.

Of course, this means that we won’t be including Thursday’s huge game between Manchester City and Liverpool in this group of games, but in truth, that is a particularly tough one to tip as things stand, so I feel somewhat relieved that the game takes place at the Etihad 24-hours later.

Of the top six, only Chelsea and Manchester United are in action tonight and I’ve shied away from United’s game at Newcastle because I am really unsure how they are going to face that game. As such, my matches are more evenly matched contests, with the exception of the Chelsea game which should be a home win.

The early part of 2018 was a good time for me but the last few months weren’t great so I am hoping that I can get 2019 off to a great start by landing this great value fourfold bet.

As always, I’ll be here throughout the year bringing you my tips for most of the big dates in the calendar, so do keep tuning in and hopefully we can give the bookies another hammering this year.

Here’s my tips for Wednesday night’s games.

Wednesday’s Premier League Acca Tip – 02/01/2019

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    • Wolves v Crystal Palace - Home Win
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    • Chelsea v Southampton - Home Win
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    • Bournemouth v Watford - Draw
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    • West Ham v Brighton - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Wednesday 2nd January

Wolves v Crystal Palace – Home Win 

On the face of it, this looks like a banker home win, but I think Crystal Palace have the potential to give Wolves a really tough time in this one. Roy Hodgson’s men have some very good quality players and if they could take their chances and cut out the individual errors, they would be much higher up the table. Wolves though are playing some solid and attractive football and though they have had a sticky spell, they seem to have come through that. They don’t concede too many goals either and I think that will be the basis for their win here which I feel will not be any greater than by a one goal margin, either by a 1-0 or 2-1 scoreline.

Chelsea v Southampton – Home Win

Southampton have improved since Ralph Hassenhutl has taken over as manager but it is very hard to see them getting anything from this daunting trip to Stamford Bridge to start the year. With Eden Hazard starting to fire at his best once again, Chelsea look so much more formidable going forward and with their defence generally rock solid at home, it is hard to see Southampton having a counter-punch to cause them too many problems. As such I would be expecting Chelsea to win this game very comfortably indeed and it could be a long night ahead for the long-suffering Southampton players and fans.

Bournemouth v Watford – Draw

These two teams have started the first half of the season generally well but both have fallen off the pace they set at the start of the season and both will know that they need to pick up points to maintain their mid-table security. I think with Bournemouth being the home team that they will not lose this game, but Eddie Howe’s team have blown a little hot and cold at times this season and they are a difficult team to try and predict how they will perform. The same criticism could be levelled at Watford, but I do think Javi Gracia’s team just has that little extra bit of quality in midfield and as such, I am backing them to come to the south coast and take a point back with them.

West Ham v Brighton – Home Win

There’s no doubt about it, West Ham are starting to fulfil the potential they undoubtedly had when the season began and after a heavy investment in the squad by Manuel Pellegrini. Their recent form is much more impressive but they take on a Brighton team who have also been in decent form, but who do still struggle a little on the road at times. I fancy West Ham will want to get the new year off to a positive start in front of their fans and to carry on the generally good momentum they have built up over the last couple of months and I’m . backing them to grab the win here.

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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