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Weekend Acca: Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th March

Last weekend’s tips was one of those weekends where for 80 minutes things looked ok, but then late goals in the Chelsea, Everton and Tottenham games, derailed things a great deal. In truth, by that time, West Ham were already winning, but once again, I just have to put things down to being one of those weekends where the footie gods decided to give you a kicking!

Still, after my win a couple of weeks back, I am still happy enough with how things are going this season and this weekend we have a couple of cracking games for this accumulator from Saturday and Sunday, with the majority of the Premier League in action across both those days.

Of course, it’s a big weekend for the two Manchester clubs who meet in the derby game at Old Trafford, a fixture which has seen the away teams dominate results over the past few years in the main. Liverpool also have a big game after a run of three defeats in four has seen their resolve tested for the first time this season and anything less than three points at home to Bournemouth would be regarded as another poor result.

Next week, we are back in midweek with the Champions League and Europa League in action once again, so do remember to check back for those tips, but for now, here’s how I see four of the games this weekend going.

Premier League Acca – 7th & 8th March

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Sheff Utd v Norwich City - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Burnley v Tottenham - Draw
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Chelsea v Everton - Draw
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Man Utd v Man City - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 7th March

Sheffield United v Norwich City – Home Win

I think this game is a banker for a home win, even though it is two of the promoted teams facing each other and generally they are close games. However, this season Sheffield United have deservedly earned a place in the top half of the, while Norwich’s defensive woes have seen them struggling at the foot of the table. The Blades defensive solidity has been the cornerstone of their success this season and while Norwich have some bright attackers, better teams have tried and failed to get the better of the Blades here. I can’t see there being too many goals here, but I do feel those that are scored are going to go to the team wearing red and white stripes.

Burnley v Tottenham – Draw

Having lost all of their last three games, a blip in form has become something a bit more worrying for Tottenham fans and with their second leg against Red Bull Leipzig coming up next week, which they trail 1-0 from the first leg in London, it is imperative they regain some confidence ahead of that game. Burnley away though is a very tough ask and with Son and Kane injured, I cannot see Spurs having the firepower to get the better of what is a Burnley side that is in great form at the moment. That said, I can see Spurs having enough quality to perhaps battle their way to a share of the spoils on Saturday evening.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 8th March

Chelsea v Everton – Draw

Having handed Liverpool their third defeat in four games, Chelsea come into the game against the Reds Merseyside rivals in better form and with the benefit of a real boost. They performed very well against Liverpool in midweek, which begs the question why their home form has been so poor so often in the Premier League this season. Everton come into this game on the back of a draw against Man Utd, although I felt they were a little unlucky not to win due to a late VAR call robbing them of a winning goal. This Everton side is much improved on the team earlier in the season and I fancy them to get a point from this one.

Manchester United v Man City – Away Win

This fixture is a rather unusual one as over the last few seasons it has generally been the away team that has ended up as the victor, with United winning three of their last four games at the Etihad, while Man City have won each of their last three games at Old Trafford. Both teams are in generally improved form over the last few weeks and City have the boost of having won the Carabao Cup for the fifth time in seven years last weekend. United will want revenge for being knocked out of that competition in the semifinals by City, but I just feel City have too much quality going forward to slip up 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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