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Weekend EPL Acca – 4th & 5th December

Not the greatest set of picks in midweek, but given that I was just one goal away from landing two accumulators the week before, and I still landed one, I can’t complain too much as I am already well in profit this season on these bets.

As I said in my last article, if I land just one more decent value acca over the remainder of the season that will guarantee me a profit on the year, and ideally I’d like to get that sorted before Christmas and the New Year so I can focus on adding to that profit in early 2022.

But let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves here as we have a good chance of adding to the profit we’ve made this season with the second set of Premier League tips for this week.

There are some intriguing matches to look forward to across Saturday and Sunday with nine games in total taking place over the weekend and this will be followed by the Everton v Arsenal clash at Goodison Park on Monday night.

I won’t be including that game in our weekend selection obviously, but with nine games to pick from across both days, I feel there is enough scope to come up with a good value bet.

Anyway, let’ crack on with our tips for the weekend and fingers crossed we can land another winner!

Premier League Acca Tip – 4th & 5th December

    • 12:30
    • Sat - West Ham v Chelsea Away Win
    • 3:00
    • Sat - Newcastle Utd v Burnley Draw
    • 2:00
    • Sun - Leeds v Brentford Draw
    • 4:30
    • Sun - Aston Villa v Leicester Draw
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 4th December

West Ham United v Chelsea – Away Win

West Ham have hit something of a sticky spell in the Premier League, after beating Liverpool they have drawn one and lost two of their next three games and while they remain in fourth place (ahead of Arsenal’s game at Manchester United on Thursday night) they badly need to get back to winning ways in the league to maintain their excellent start. However, they face the league leaders on Saturday lunchtime with Chelsea in solid form following a 2-1 win at Watford in the week that has kept them at the top of the table. Chelsea do have a few injury concerns for this game, but I still think that they will be the winners and maintain their grip at the top of the table.

Newcastle United v Burnley – Draw

Both these teams have desperate need for three points here, especially Newcastle as they strive to steer themselves away from the bottom of the table. A point at home to Norwich isn’t as bad a result as it sounds given that the home side went down to 10-men early in the game, but they are facing a team who, like themselves, have become something of a draw specialist in this division. Burnley have drawn all of their last three games and seven of the 13 games they have played this season. The same number of draws that Newcastle have managed and with two relatively well-matched sides, the draw is the obvious pick here.

Bet Analysis: Sunday 5th December

Leeds United v Brentford – Draw

After squeaking a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace in midweek, Leeds United fans will be relieved to see their team move up to 15th in the table. It’s been a tough season for the Yorkshire side so far and they do seem to have been ‘found out’ by a number of teams now that they know how Bielsa’s side will play. Brentford pose a very tricky threat to Leeds here. They are one point better off ahead of their game with Spurs on Thursday and they are a side more than capable of scoring on the counter as their away record shows. I can’t see the Londoners doing enough to win the game, especially on a short week given they played Thursday but I do feel they will do enough to land a draw.

Aston Villa v Leicester City – Draw

A midlands clash between these two sides should produce an intriguing game as Brendan Rodgers locks horns with his former player and captain at Liverpool, Steven Gerrard. Gerrard did steer Villa to two wins in his first two games in charge but they were beaten at home by Manchester City in the week and they need a big win here. Leicester’s form has been up and down this season and they were held away to Southampton in midweek. I just don’t trust the Foxes to do enough to get the win here and in truth, I am unconvinced that Villa will do likewise. I don’t like to load up my tips with all of one type of result usually, but I think the draw is the sensible pick here 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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