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Weekend Acca Tips: 26th & 27th October 2019

We didn’t have any luck last weekend in what was a rare off-weekend for us, so I am hoping that my midweek tips for the Champions League and Europa League have once again landed us a nice win to keep the profit rolling in.

Due to the fact I am away for a week, I am having to write this tips a little earlier than usual for the weekend, so I don’t know how those tips for midweek have gone, but even so, I am confident that this set of games for the weekend will prove to be a good selection.

There’s a real mix of games this coming week including some big matches between teams in that glut of teams behind the relegation sides and the two teams running away with things at the top of the table. This week could well see some big results for those middle of the table teams that could see them make big strides up or down the table.

So without any further ado, let’s take a look at my tips for this weekend.

Premier League Accumulator – 26th & 27th October 2019

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    • Sat - Brighton v Everton - Home Win
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    • Sat - Watford v Bournemouth - Draw
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    • Sat - West Ham v Sheff Utd- Home Win
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    • Sun - Newcastle v Wolves - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 26th October

Brighton v Everton  – Home Win

Brighton’s recent home form is very good, while Everton’s recent away form is pretty poor. The Seagulls won this fixture 1-0 last season and although Everton were excellent in beating West Ham at Goodison last weekend, I feel that Brighton at home are a tough side to beat. I like what Graham Potter is doing with this team with a limited budget and players that are not what you would call Premier League elite. They look organised, sharp and I think they have some quality and experience in attack which always bodes well against teams that have struggled of late. I am not convinced Everton’s return to form against West Ham was a permanent one and as such, I am backing Brighton to land a win here.

Watford v Bournemouth – Draw

Watford will have been thrilled to have earned an unexpected point away to Tottenham last time out. Quique Sanchez Flores has needed a statement performance from his team and that result was certainly an eye-opener for many. Bournemouth were also held last time out as a gritty Norwich performance saw them earn a 0-0 draw at the Vitality Stadium. Eddie Howe won’t be pleased about dropping points at home, but his team have a chance to put their errant away from on the road behind them here. I can make a case for both sides to win this, but I do feel that a draw is the most likely outcome.

West Ham v Sheffield United – Home Win

West Ham are in a real slump at the moment and they were well beaten last weekend at Goodison Park by Everton. Sheffield United played Monday night at home to Arsenal and this game means a quick turnaround for the Blades players and management and I think Chris Wilder would have preferred to have a longer time to ready themselves for this game. The Hammers recent form doesn’t inspire much confidence and they have slipped up at times against teams people view as lesser teams than them, but I think this time, with the home side badly needing a win, they will just about get it.  I can’t see this being a high scoring game however, with a 1-0 win for the home side most likely.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 27th October

Newcastle United v Wolves – Away Win

Newcastle United battled hard in their 1-0 defeat away to Chelsea last time out and Steve Bruce and his team will take heart from the fact that they have played Man Utd and Chelsea in their last two games and come away with three points and two much stronger team performances. Wolves earned a draw with Southampton on Saturday in a result which will have pleased Nuno Santo in one respect in that his team continued their unbeaten run of games, but which will be a frustration as Southampton are not one of the strongest teams in the Premier League at present. Newcastle will be looking for another home win here, but I just feel Wolves experience and their ability to hit on the counter means that they will win this Sunday afternoon clash.

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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