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Weekend Acca Tips – 14th & 15th September

We were so close last weekend, landing four of the five results absolutely on the Acca Tipsmoney and we were just one Czech Republic goal away from the win. So I am confident that we can continue this excellent run of form into this weekend and the return of the Premier League.

The action gets underway on Saturday lunchtime with Newcastle facing a daunting trip to Anfield to face league leaders Liverpool. Can Steve Bruce engineer another big away win, or will Liverpool land their fifth win in a row to start the season?

All our games this week that we have tipped kick off at 3pm so it will be nice and easy to keep tabs on them and they include Manchester United’s game at home to Leicester in what should be a cracker, as well as Wolves taking on Chelsea that is pretty much a must-win game for both teams.

I didn’t really fancy the odds for the two games on Sunday, so I’ve focused on Saturday’s matches instead.

Here’s how my tips shape up for this weekend.

Premier League Accumulator – 14th September 2019

    • 3:00
    • Brighton v Burnley - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Man Utd v Leicester - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sheff Utd v Southampton - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Wolves v Chelsea - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 14th September

Brighton v Burnley  – Draw

I think both Graham Potter and Sean Dyche will be pleased how their respective sides have started this season. Brighton have lost their last two after a decent start and they will want to put an end to that run here and as a result, I think they may be a little more defensive-minded here, especially against a Burnley side that have been in good form of late. The visitors were well beaten by Liverpool last time out but I think other than that have been in fine form and they know how to dig out results at places like this. I can see this being a close one and I see both teams sharing a goal each and taking a point from the encounter.

Manchester United v Leicester – Home Win

It may seem strange to say it but of the four games on the list this week, this is the one I have most doubts about. There’s no doubt that United’s weak start to the season has partly been through their own downfall. Two missed penalties have cost them dearly. In contrast, Leicester have had a tough start but come through those games superbly and in truth, they should have beaten Chelsea at Stamford Bridge a few weeks back to add another two points to those they already have. I can see Leicester making life very difficult for United here and it would not surprise me if they drew or even won this game. However, it is difficult to back against United at . home, especially on the back of a defeat to Crystal Palace and I can see the Red Devil’s bouncing back here and claiming a much-needed, if narrow, victory.

Sheff Utd v Southampton – Home Win

Sheffield United fans will be thrilled having taken five points from their games so far, while a win and a draw in their last two games have taken Southampton out of the danger zone and into relative safety. Both managers may well look at this game as a chance to pick up a vital three points and when that is the case, I always feel the home side has the slight advantage. The Blades won’t have had so many key men away on international duty either and that, combined with home advantage, and generally better and more consistent form, means that I am backing them to take the three points here in a close one.

Wolves v Chelsea – Draw

I think it is fair to say that both of these teams have had somewhat underwhelming starts to their season, but both do have mitigating reasons for that. Wolves have had a very tough start and have lost just the once,  but three draws means they have just three points so far. Chelsea have a new manager and are now without Eden Hazard and adjusting to that has been tough. However, Frank Lampard’s men looked strong on the road at Norwich last time away from home, but I think Wolves will be a much tougher prospect and I can’t see them offering Chelsea as many chances as the Canaries did, hence I am backing the draw 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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