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Weekend Acca Tip – Sat 14th & Sun 15th December

Last weekend’s set of tips was a bit of a weird one as the two games I felt were the least likely of my selections to come in, actually did, while the two results I felt would be certainties actually didn’t come in with both Manchester City and Chelsea losing their respective games.

That is a little frustrating, especially when the two longer odds ones are winners, but it is what it is and this is what makes accumulator betting so difficult but also so rewarding when you do manage to land one.

It was this time of the year a couple of years ago that I landed a massive 250+/1 acca across seven games, so I am hoping that the good fortune that came my way that weekend, will be in evidence once again this weekend with this set of tips from the Premier League.

We do need to tread a little carefully though as there have been a number of surprise results over the past few weeks in particular and with teams rotating players, or seeing personnel injured, this can make seemingly certain results, far less likely.

With that in mind, here’s my tips for this weekend.

Premier League Accumulator – 14th & 15th December 2019

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    • Sat - Burnley v Newcastle - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Sheff Utd v A.Villa - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Man Utd v Everton - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Wolves v Tottenham - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 14th December

Burnley v Newcastle United – Draw

I have to be honest here and say that I am normally a big fan of Burnley and I would back them at home against most teams in the Premier League outside of the big six, but I think at the moment they are really struggling defensively. The good news for Sean Dyche is that Newcastle, although they are picking up some great results of late, are not the most prolific team in terms of goals scored or chances created. As such, I can see this being a rather tough battle for both teams and I think defences will be on top for the large part of the game. I could perhaps see both teams scoring the one goal, but I do feel the most likely outcome, whether each team scores or not, is the draw.

Sheffield United v Aston Villa – Home Win

These two teams have adjusted to life in the Premier League the best out of the three promoted to the division last season, but there’s no doubt that it is the home side that have adapted the better. However, one word of warning here is that at home, the Blades have tended to have a bit of trouble with lower teams, Southampton beating them at home earlier in the season being a good example and Newcastle also beat them on their own patch recently. Villa could follow that example and I’d fancy them if they were in better form, but with Tyrone Mings likely out and Villa struggling for form, with just one win in five, I think this is likely to be a narrow and hard fought home win.

Bet Analysis : Sunday 15th December 2019

Man United v Everton – Home Win

Manchester United put in one of their best performances of the season last weekend to earn a rare away victory over Manchester City at the Etihad, and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer turns his attention to more North West rivals in Everton. Caretaker boss Duncan Ferguson played a big role as the Toffees defeated Chelsea 3-1 last weekend in a much better display and he will be keen to build on that here. Everton’s record at Old Trafford however is dreadful, with just one win in the Premier League era ad in truth, I can’t see anything in Everton’s away form to suggest that they can repeat their success of last weekend here. I am backing United for a relatively comfortable win.

Wolves v Tottenham – Away Win

Wolves were held by Brighton last weekend while Spurs were thrashing Burnley a day earlier. Spurs will have also had an extra days rest for this game from their exertions in Europe in midweek and I think that could be crucial. Wolves did look tired at times against Brighton and I think under Jose Mourinho, Spurs have found a little bit of form and attacking flair again. This fixture saw both teams win away from home in the league last season and I think that will be the case once again here as despite Wolves being on a long unbeaten run, that in form Spurs attack persuades me that Tottenham can get the three points.

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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