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Wednesday’s Acca Tip: Wed 4th December

I was really disappointed with Burnley’s somewhat unusual capitulation at home to Crystal Acca TipsPalace at the weekend as that one result cost is what would have been a fantastic return on my accumulator for the weekend.

All the other results I picked for the weekend came in, including tipping Southampton to win and also for Wolves and Sheffield United to battle it out for a draw, both of which returned at very good odds. So while this is frustrating it does show that the majority of my tips are pretty much on the money. We just need to land all four to land another big acca win, ideally before Christmas.

This week’s selection of games in the Premier League starts with a midweek matchday, which is to be shown live in full across Amazon Prime. Games included a huge relegation battle between Southampton and Norwich, as well as Jose Mourinho’s return to Old Trafford with his new Tottenham side. While at Anfield, Liverpool face Everton in the first Merseyside derby of the new season.

We’re focusing on the games taking place on Wednesday night only for this selection of tips, and we have picked our top four tips from the six games taking place that night for this selection and they are outlined below.

Premier League Accumulator – 3rd December 2019

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    • Leicester City v Watford - Home Win
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    • Man Utd v Tottenham - Draw
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    • Southampton v Norwich - Home Win
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    • Wolves v West Ham - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Wednesday 3rd December

Leicester City v Watford – Home Win

A last gasp victory over Everton thanks to a rightfully awarded VAR goal on Sunday meant Leicester moved three points clear of Manchester City into second in the Premier League, eight behind Liverpool. They have a very winnable home game against a Watford side who let slip a 1-0 lead late on away to Southampton to slip to another damaging defeat, that cost manager Quique Sanchez Flores his job. The Hornets now look in serious trouble and with games here and then at Liverpool in a couple of weeks time, it looks like being a huge task to avoid being bottom at the turn of the year. This is a game that Leicester should win relatively comfortably and I would be amazed if they didn’t pick up a very solid win here by at least a couple of goals.

Manchester United v Tottenham – Draw

Jose Mourinho will make a return to the club that sacked him back in January with his new Tottenham side, having already masterminded his new team to three wins in his three games as manager so far. United, in contrast, have draw two of their last three and lost the other game in the Premier League and they are still firmly entrenched in mid-table. United’s home record is generally good though while Spurs away record, the win away at West Ham apart, is not that great. Even so, I think the Mourinho factor will loom large in this game and while I can’t see Spurs having quite enough to win the match, I do feel they will pick up a point in what will likely be an entertaining score draw here.

Southampton v Norwich City – Home Win

Southampton fans were treated to a rare home win at the weekend with the Saints coming back from 1-0 down late on against Watford to claim an absolutely vital 2-1 victory. They now face another relegation battling opponent in Norwich also at home in what is an equally important game, for both sides. Norwich battled hard to get a point at home to Arsenal last weekend and both sides are now unbeaten in their last two games, picking up four points in the process. A draw would probably the be high on a number of punters list here, but I just feel Norwich’s away record, plus the momentum from that win at home to Watford could well see the Saints land invaluable back to back victories at St Marys.

Wolves v West Ham United – Home Win

Up until last weekend, I’d have expected Wolves to have romped home with the points here as West Ham proved out of sorts for so long, but then at the weekend the Hammers produced a fine display to earn a 1-0 win at Chelsea and to record a much needed win after three straight defeats. Wolves though are not a team that lose many games, although they do draw a fair few, and I think they are a more experienced side compared to Frank Lampard’s younger Chelsea team. Add to that the fact that they have a great record at Molineux in general and I can see the Wolves picking up three points 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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