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Weekend Acca Tips: 2nd & 3rd November 2019

We didn’t quite hit the nail on the head with last weeks accumulator tips, which makes me doubly more determined to do a better job with this week’s selections.

Following on from the Football League Cup, or as it is known know, the Carabao Cup, games in midweek, we have another full fixture list this coming weekend in the Premier League with all games taking place across Saturday and Sunday and for once, we have the vast majority of games on the Saturday.

A rarity is that we also have Manchester City and Liverpool both playing at 3pm on Saturday, which I think is the first time this season that this has been the case.

However, given their form and the odds on their respective games, I have not included those two title-chasers in this week’s selections and instead I have gone for a number of games that I think will be particularly close, but which also offer us some great value odds on the accumulator.

So much so, that I think if this accumulator lands, we could be set up for the rest of this season quite comfortably! Here’s my tips for this weekend’s bumper odds accumulator.

Premier League Accumulator – 2nd & 3rd November 2019

    • 3:00
    • Sat - Arsenal v Wolves - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Brighton v Norwich - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Sheff Utd v Burnley - Draw
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Everton v Tottenham - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 2nd November

Arsenal v Wolves  – Draw

With the Granit Xhaka saga still ongoing, it will be interesting to see whether Arsenal line up with their captain in the team following his public spat with fans last weekend. He didn’t play in the amazing 5-5 draw with Liverpool’s youngsters and reserves in the Carabao Cup and many experts feel he may not be mentally ready for the tricky visit of Wolves. The Molineux side have lost a bit of momentum after picking up two wins but they are unbeaten in five and Arsenal’s defensive issues are such that I can see Wolves doing enough to go to another of the big six and pick up some vital points. Only this time, I think they will have to settle for a draw with the Gunners.

Brighton v Norwich City – Home Win

After home wins against Tottenham and Everton in their last two games on their own patch, Brighton fans will be eagerly awaiting the visit of 19th place Norwich City, who are finding conceding goals a real problem. The Canaries have lost four of their last five since beating Manchester City at home and in truth, it is hard to make a case for Daniel Farke’s team getting something here against Graham Potter’s charges who have looked excellent in their most recent home games. I am expecting Brighton to earn a solid win here against a Norwich side that is always going to struggle averaging conceding 2.4 goals per game in the Premier League this season.

Sheffield United v Burnley – Draw

There’s no doubt for me that Sheffield United have been the team in the Premier League this season, perhaps along with Leicester City, that have performed well above expectation. Chris Wilder is doing a fantastic job with his home town club but he faces a tough game here against Lancastrian’s Burnley. Sean Dyche’s team have not quite been at their best over the last few weeks but I think they have a style of play that United have emulated to an extent. I can’t see many goals here and while form would suggest a home win, given Burnley have lost their last two, it is not often Dyche’s team go three games defeated in a row. As such, I am backing this one to end in a low scoring or no scoring draw.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 3rd November

Everton v Tottenham – Home Win

What are you going to get with these two teams who must be two of the most disappointing Premier League teams this season. After heavy investment, the fact Everton are 16th in the table is a massive underachievement and the pressure is on Marco Silva to turn that around. Spurs may lie 11th, but they have just two points more than Everton and their away day woes continued last weekend at Anfield in the same City as today’s game. With two such flaky, inconsistent and lacking confidence teams picking a winner can be tough and often home advantage can be key and as such, I am backing Everton to come away with a narrow win 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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