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Weekend Accumulator Tips: 5th & 6th October 2019

Last week I was lamenting the fact I just missed out on a £770+ acca win and that hopefully my luck would turn. Well, last weekend it did as my fourfold acca came in for a  very satisfying £151.20 in profit!

This means I have hit seven of the last eight tips I made bang on the money and in some cases, when I have reviewed the games, I have even predicted pretty much how the game went and the correct score. So it is fair to say I am more than happy with how things are going.

This week we have an almost 50/50 split of games across Saturday and Sunday and I want to keep this winning run going. Hopefully my Champions League and Europa League tips will have come in during the week and if so, let’s hope this weekend fourfold will add to that success.

Premier League Accumulator – 5th & 6th October 2019

    • 3:00
    • Burnley v Everton - Home Win
    • 5:30
    • West Ham v Crystal Palace - Home Win
    • 2:00
    • Southampton v Chelsea - Draw
    • 4:30
    • Newcastle v Man Utd - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 5th October

Burnley v Everton  – Home Win

I have to admit to being markedly more impressed with Burnley’s start to the season compared to Everton. Given the money Marco Silva has had available to spend, to have lost four of their last five and all of their last three games is a poor showing and in truth, I struggle to see them getting much from this game. The Toffee’s are just not playing particularly well for a sustained period and defensively, they look very susceptible. I feel Burnley have some attackers in Wood and Barnes who will be more than capable of causing the Everton back line problems, especially from set pieces and on the counter attack. Burnley at home are always very tough to beat and as such, I think the visitors are going to find it tough. At their best, I would back Everton here, but at the moment, the Toffees are well off the pace so I am going with a Burnley victory.

West Ham v Crystal Palace – Home Win

This is one of the lesser London derby games in the Premier League, but it is one that West Ham have a very good recent record in, losing just the one of the last ten games against Palace, winning five in that time and drawing four. Palace’s start to the season has been improved, but they still are very wasteful in front of goal and I think this is going to be their achilles heel this season. After a poor start against Manchester City, West Ham have looked very strong of late and have not been beaten in any of their six Premier League games since. I fancy them to make that seven here at home to Palace and I think this should be a comfortable afternoon for the home fans if the Hammers can find the level of performance they have shown in the last few weeks.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 6th October

Southampton v Chelsea – Draw

Chelsea have a tough midweek game in the Champions League away to Lille ahead of this game and I think that is going to take a little gas out of the tank for this tricky trip to Southampton. The Saints only narrowly lost to Liverpool at home this season and have held Manchester United, but they have also struggled to pick up wins in front of their home fans, with their best performances tending to come on the road. Chelsea too have been more away day specialists this season, but I feel that this game is going to be a tough one for them. I can see them scoring goals, as they tend to do, but I also feel defensively they are liable to let one or two in at the other end and with Danny Ings starting to fire the goals in, I think Southampton could surprise a few here and come away with a creditable draw.

Newcastle United v Manchester United – Away Win

How is Steve Bruce going to galvanise his Newcastle team after their 5-0 humiliation at Leicester City last weekend? Well, a game against his former club Manchester United at home is the answer and it is a game that Newcastle will feel they stand a chance in, given United’s away form over the last few months. Solskjaer’s team were held at home by Arsenal on Monday and it is clear that they are nowhere near the levels being set by Man City and Liverpool, so this promises to be a tough afternoon for them. The problem I have is that I just don’t see Newcastle scoring against a well-marshalled United back line and I can see the visitors nicking one goal which may be just enough to secure a vital away win.

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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