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Weekend Accumulator Tip – Saturday 1st September

Accumulator TipI am pretty sure that I wasn’t the only tipster who was cursing Manchester City’s inability to win at Wolverhampton Wanderers last weekend as once that lunchtime game went down, the rest of last week’s acca was always bound to be a loser and while Arsenal duly obliged, Huddersfield were damp squibs against Cardiff and Southampton conceded a last gasp winner to Leicester too to deny that draw tip.

Still, it does go to show that I wasn’t too far away on any of the tips and as is the nature with accumulator bets, especially at the start of the season, you are always likely to pick up a few errant results while things bed in for the long season ahead.

This weekend sees the fourth selection of games in the Premier League and we’ve got our usual fourfold bet for Saturday featuring a number of the teams that have made excellent starts this season, as well as some who may already be starting to worry that a long relegation battle may lie in store.

Here’s my four selections for Saturday’s football accumulator.

Saturday’s Football Acca- 01/09/2018

    • 12:30
    • Leicester v Liverpool - Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Crystal Palace v Southampton - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • West Ham v Wolves - Drawn
    • 5:30
    • Man City v Newcastle - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 1st September

Leicester City v Liverpool – Away Win

Both of these teams have impressed me this season and I think this will certainly be the toughest test Liverpool have faced so far this campaign. The Reds are unbeaten after three games and are yet to concede a goal, but Leicester’s record against them at home is very good in recent times (three wins and two draws in the last six) and the Foxes are in good form after wins over Southampton and Wolves in the past two weeks. Jamie Vardy’s ability to get goals against the top sides should not be overlooked, but Liverpool’s attacking trio of Mane, Salah and Firmino seem to be clicking back into gear and as such, I think this will be a game where the Reds do finally concede a goal but where they hang on to record a rare away win against the home side.

Crystal Palace v Southampton – Home Win 

Palace have played pretty well in their three games so far this season but only have a win over Fulham to show for it. Liverpool and then Watford handing Palace defeats in their last two games. That said, I do feel Palace will get back to winning ways here against a Southampton side that I don’t feel have improved anywhere near enough from last season. The Saints look devoid of goals at times and I think Palace will take advantage of that with the backing of their home support to claim a solid win here against a Southampton side that I feel could well be struggling to preserve their Premier League status come the end of the season

West Ham United v Wolves – Draw

It’s been a miserable start for West Ham who are still pointless after three games and who have conceded nine goals so far this season. They face a Wolves side who will be thrilled following a 1-1 draw with Manchester City meaning they have picked up home points against Everton and the Champions in recent weeks. On the road though, it is tougher for newly promoted teams and I think after a very tough start for West Ham, this is a game they will feel they have a good chance in. That said, confidence will not be high and Wolves have proven very tricky for all their opponents so far this season and as a result, I think the draw is the most likely result here.

Manchester City v Newcastle United – Home Win

Manchester City will not be too pleased with their 1-1 draw at Wolves, a game they should have won and I think Newcastle United may well feel the wrath of that at the Etihad on Saturday evening. City are missing De Bruyne’s influence in midfield at times but they still look a class act and have so much talent to call upon that few teams can match them. Newcastle are battling hard despite a poor pre-season which has once again cast a spotlight on owner Mike Ashley’s relationship with the clubs fans and management. Newcastle will defend to try and make it tough for City, but there’s no way City don’t win this one and I’d expect them to do so by a few goals too.

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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