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Weekend Acca Tips: 9th & 10th November 2019

Last weekend we got off to a promising start when the first two results of the day came in but unfortunately, things didn’t quite pan out with the other two results. However, as I am writing this, the first two Champions League tips from last night have come in at very good odds and I just need the two games tonight to come in (wins for Man City and Atletico Madrid) and we could be celebrating another acca win.

We also have Thursday’s Europa League tips to pan out, so hopefully one or even both of those tips could have landed by the time we are looking at the games for this coming weekend, and what a weekend it promises to be.

This weekend is something of an anomaly as not only do we have 1st playing 2nd when Liverpool take on Man City, we also have 3rd v 5th (Leicester v Arsenal), 18th v 17th (Southampton v Everton) and on Friday, 19th v 20th as Norwich face Watford.

Add to that a smattering of other games between teams well matched according to the Premier League table and it could be a very exciting weekend ahead, but one that is, perhaps, a little trickier to predict than most.

So with that in mind, let’s hope that this selection of tips for this weekend’s games proves to be a winner.

Premier League Accumulator – 9th & 10th November 2019

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    • Sat - Burnley v West Ham - Draw
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    • Sat - Newcastle v Bournemouth - Draw
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    • Sat - Southampton v Everton - Home Win
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    • Sun - Liverpool v Man City - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 9th November

Burnley v West Ham United  – Draw

Both of these two teams have endured a miserable run of form over the last few weeks. West Ham are without a win in their last five league games, while Burnley have lost all of their last three. That has precipitated a fall down the table from both teams from relatively lofty positions a few weeks ago. Of the two teams, I feel it is Burnley who will be best set to bounce back from this, as they have many times in the past. West Ham, although blessed with better individual players I feel, do seem to blow very hot and cold and at the moment, their form is positively hypothermic. That said, I do see enough quality in the Hammers team to perhaps earn something from this game and I don’t think either side would be too unhappy with a draw here.

Newcastle v Bournemouth – Draw

Newcastle and Bournemouth both recorded very good wins last week. Newcastle at West Ham and Bournemouth at home to Manchester United and those victories have helped the teams move up the league table. Bournemouth’s defence has tightened up notably over the last few weeks and they face a Newcastle side that has been reliant on its stubborn defence for the last couple of years. As such, I do feel goals will be a premium in this game and it would not surprise me too much if this one were to finish goalless, or in a 1-1 draw. Either way, I do feel that this game is most likely to see the spoils shared between two teams that, in Newcastle at least, look very well matched.

Southampton v Everton – Home Win

The bookmakers seem to feel that a draw is the smart pick between these games at St Mary’s on Saturday, but I do have a sneaky feeling that Southampton will be very motivated for this game in particular. Having been humiliated by Leicester in front of their own fans last time out at home, the Saints players responded well in their two games against Manchester City, but I feel they will want to pick up three points here against an Everton side whose only wins on the road this season have been against lower league teams in the Carabao Cup. The Toffees have not gelled at all this season and I do worry they could well become embroiled in a relegation battle if they don’t sort themselves out soon. It could start on Saturday here, but I don’t see it as I am backing the Southampton players to redeem themselves with a win.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 10th November

Liverpool v Manchester City – Home Win

Could this game be pivotal in deciding the outcome of the Premier League title, even after just 11 games of the season being played before it? A win for Liverpool moves them nine points clear of City, who could drop to fourth if Leicester and Chelsea win their games on Saturday. A win for City cuts Liverpool’s lead at the top to just three points and would deal a big psychological blow to their title rivals. City have been hit hard with injuries in key areas, but do have a very big and talented squad to compensate. Liverpool are not at their fluent best as yet, but they are winning games that in other years they would have lost or drawn. The bookies favour City slightly in this one, but I think with a packed Anfield baying the home team on, and an atmosphere likely to be like that when the Reds played Barcelona last season, that could swing this in Liverpool’s favour.

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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