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Weekend Acca Tip: 30th Nov and 1st Dec

I felt we were undone by circumstances beyond our control in last week’s selection. Two came in fine, and pretty much as I said they would, but writing the tips early cost me I feel as had I known Mauricio Pochettino would be sacked and Jose Mourinho would have come in, I’d have backed Spurs to beat West Ham based on that alone.

Then in the other game which didn’t turn out, Bournemouth played most of the match with 10 men, again something you can’t factor in. So although it wasn’t a winner, I felt that circumstances weren’t that kind to me last time out in the EPL.

That said, I am hopeful that this week’s accumulator below will give us a chance of starting December off with a bang as this selection of games bridges the end of November and start of December and it is also the start of a big week for EPL teams with all of them scheduled to play three games from 30th November to the 8th December.

So in addition to the tips outlined below for the weekend’s matches, do remember to check back in midweek for an extra set of tips for the midweek matches from Tuesday to Thursday. For now though, here’s my tips for this week.

Premier League Accumulator – 30th November 2019

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Burnley v Crystal Palace - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Tottenham v Bournemouth - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Southampton v Watford - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Wolves v Sheff Utd - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 23rd November

Burnley v Crystal Palace – Home Win

These two teams have had somewhat contrasting fortunes of late. After a decent start, Palace have been in a sharp decline while Burnley after a slow start have picked up considerably to move into the top half of the table. In terms of recent form, this looks like a comfortable home win, but I think Palace are a stronger team than that suggests and they will make life tough for Burnley in this one. That said, Burnley’s physicality and ability at set pieces will make them a real threat against the bottom half sides, especially at home and with Palace’s form being what it is, it is hard to see how they can pick up something here. I think home advantage is going to be crucial here and that Burnley will pick up their third win in a row.

Tottenham v Bournemouth – Home Win

Jose Mourinho’s arrival at the club heralded Tottenham’s first away win in the Premier League since January when they beat West Ham last week and I would expect Spurs to make relatively comfortable work of their fixture with Bournemouth at the weekend. Mourinho does make a big impact at teams that he is a manager at and at home, Spurs have been much more consistent. Bournemouth, in contrast, have been very patchy in terms of their form and I think they do struggle against the ‘big six’ sides, especially on the road.  With Harry Kane and Son Hyeong-min in goalscoring form, it is hard to see the Cherries getting too much joy from this one and I am convinced Tottenham will pick up a comfortable win in front of their home fans.

Southampton v Watford – Home Win

Having watched the game back again, I am still at a loss to understand how Southampton didn’t beat Arsenal last weekend. The Saints had a hatful of fabulous chances to put the game to bed in the second half and yet somehow contrived to miss them and then concede an injury time equaliser against the Gunners. The one positive about that performance was that they were creating chances and against a struggling Watford, Saints fans will know this is a must win game against a key relegation rival. Watford’s one win this season has come on the road at Norwich, another team in the drop zone, but I think after that positive performance at Arsenal, Southampton will do enough to take the points here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 1st December

Wolves v Sheffield United – Draw

These two teams have drawn half (13) of the 26 games they have played between them in the Premier League and with just one place and one point between them in the table, it looks like being another close encounter on Molineux on Sunday. I think Wolves are the better team technically, but you cannot fail to be impressed with how well Sheffield United are playing at the moment. Still, a trip to Wolves is never easy for any team as many top six sides have discovered over the past 18 months or so and normally I’d have backed Wolves to win here, but with a trip to Portugal on Thursday to come, I just feel the edge from their game may be lacking a bit which makes me feel a draw is the most likely outcome.

Dean Wyatt

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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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