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Weekend Acca Tip: Sat 21st & Sun 22nd December

Another frustrating week last week, as Newcastle lost to Burnley, which I canAcca Tips accept, but Man Utd drawing at home to Everton, a week after they beat Manchester City on the road, was the result that really confused me. I bet I wasn’t the only one to see their acca flop on the back of that performance.

Still, this week is the last weekend before Christmas and I am hopeful that e can land our own Christmas miracle with this week’s fourfold tip, which of course is selected from just nine games this weekend as Liverpool are off in Qatar playing in the FIFA Club World Cup, meaning their fixture at West Ham was postponed.

Still, there are some cracking games to enjoy including the teams ranked second to fifth all facing each other, with Leicester travelling to face Manchester City and Chelsea also on the road to London rivals Tottenham. Add to that a crucial relegation battle between Aston Villa and Southampton and we have what could be a pivotal weekend in the Premier League for many teams.

My tips for the weekend are outlined below and all that remains is to thank you for reading over the course of the year so far, and I hope you have a Merry Christmas, hopefully a little merrier if this set of tips comes in!

Premier League Accumulator – 21st & 22nd December 2019

    • 12:30
    • Sat - Everton v Arsenal - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • Sat - Man City v Leicester - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Watford v Man Utd - Away Win
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Tottenham v Chelsea - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 21st December

Everton v Arsenal – Home Win

Could we have Carlo Ancelotti in the home dugout and Mikel Arteta in the away for this game? That is certainly how things seem to be shaping up. The Gunners badly need direction as they have gone from one disaster to the next over the past few weeks and in truth, I am not sure Arteta will have the time to make any impact on the squad for this game. Everton have responded well under caretaker boss Duncan Ferguson, beating Chelsea at home and then earning a rare draw away to Manchester United. If Arsenal had any form, I’d back them here usually, but they are so poor at the moment, especially at the back that this looks to me like an Everton win.

Manchester City v Leicester City – Home Win

These two teams cannot afford to lose this game as they risk falling further behind Liverpool in the title race and in truth, the hosts probably cannot afford a draw here either. Last weekend, Man City won well at Arsenal putting in a fine display, while Leicester stuttered at home to Norwich picking up a point. That was a bad time to falter with games against Man City and then Liverpool coming up and in truth, had Leicester won, I’d have backed them to take a point here. However, City were so good against Arsenal that I think they will go all guns blazing for the win here and when they do that, a win is usually what they get.

Bet Analysis : Sunday 22nd December 2019

Watford v Manchester United – Away Win

Man Utd have won 16 of the last 17 matches between these teams, just one defeat since February 1987. That is the size of the task facing a Watford side who have won once this season and are yet to win at home. There were positive signs that Nigel Pearson had got this team organised at Anfield last week but they still lost the game. I can see the home side being really fired up for this one, but given United’s hoodoo over the Hornets over the years and the fact that United are themselves starting to put together a decent unbeaten run, I still feel that the Red Devils will fend off the Watford attack and come away with a narrow victory here.

Tottenham v Chelsea – Home Win

How will Jose Mourinho be welcomed by the visiting Chelsea fans for this game? Now at London rivals Spurs, and already having a positive impact as they have risen to fifth in the table over the last few weeks, the Portuguese boss will lock horns with one of his former charges in Chelsea boss Frank Lampard. As Spurs form has had an upswing, so Chelsea’s has headed in the opposite direction with four defeats in their last five games. If Chelsea were in form, I’d fancy them to take a point here, but I feel their confidence is sorely lacking at the moment and for some reason Kepa in goal is looking incredibly shaky at times. With Spurs attack firing well over the last few weeks, I can see them edging this London derby, probably by a 2-1 scoreline.

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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