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Weekend Premier League Acca – Sat 29th December

It seems incredible to think that we have now reached what will be Acca Tipsmy last selection of accumulator tips for the year in what is actually the first set of games in the second half of the season.

In truth, I’ve been a little disappointed with how my acca bets have done of late. I’ve been close on a number and landed a few wins, but not as many as I have in the past. Although these ups and downs are the norm for this type of betting, I would like to hit a few more acca wins in 2019 and that is my aim.

I’m not bothering doing an accumulator on Sunday as the value for the bets for the four selections is really poor, so I am focusing all my attention on this set of games on Saturday, which just so happens to include the big game at Anfield between Liverpool and Arsenal.

Looking forward, it is going to be an interesting 2019 with all six Premier League teams in the knockout phase of the Champions League and Europa League, an intriguing Premier League title race between Man City and Liverpool on the cards, as well as England’s jaunt in the summer to Portugal to try and win the inaugural Nations Cup tournament.

Before that though, let’s hope that we can see out 2018 in style with this final set of tips and all that remains is for me to wish you the best of luck and a very Happy New Year!

Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator Tip – 29/12/2018

    • 3:00
    • Watford v Newcastle Utd - Draw
    • 3:00
    • Tottenham v Wolves - Home Win
    • 3:00
    • Brighton v Everton - Draw
    • 5:30
    • Liverpool v Arsenal - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Saturday 29th December

Watford v Newcastle United – Draw 

One of the things that I have most admired about Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle side is their ability to defend staunchly, and they have a defensive record throughout the first half of the season that should really have them sitting in the top half. Scoring goals has been their key issue but today they face a Watford side that do tend to blow hot and cold at times. Javi Gracia’s team have played well in some games of late perhaps without getting their rewards and that worries me a little. I can see Newcastle keeping things tight and if they can snatch a goal as I think they will, I feel they could end up taking a deserved point back home with them.

Tottenham v Wolves – Home Win

When these teams met earlier in the season, Spurs roared into a 3-0 lead at Molineux before Wolves staged a late comeback to pull two goals back and make the scoreline far more respectable than perhaps it should have been. Wolves form has been much improved of late but then again so has Spurs and with this game being at Wembley, I think that adds another positive to the Spurs column. I don’t expect Wolves to make this easy though and I do fancy them to score a goal, but I think Spurs confidence is such that they should be well confident of earning a key win here against tricky opponents.

Brighton v Everton – Draw

I’ve been very impressed with how Brighton have performed this season. They look to be a well-organised side, disciplined and capable of giving any team a game, especially at home. Everton have slipped up a couple of times against lower standing teams in the table and I think this is another tough trip for them. I can’t see the Toffee’s losing this game though as I think they have enough attacking quality going forward to cause Brighton plenty of problems, but I do worry about the Everton defence at times and I think Brighton have the players capable of making sure that they earn a point from the game, which I think both managers won’t be too unhappy with come the end of 90 minutes.

Liverpool v Arsenal – Home Win

It’s a tough game for both teams in what is their first game of the second half of the season. They battled out a 1-1 draw at the Emirates back in August, Milner giving Liverpool the lead before a late Lacazette strike earned Arsenal a point. Since then though, Liverpool have been flying while Arsenal’s recent results have been slightly less impressive. The Reds fans will know that these games against the top six teams are absolutely vital to their title chase and with the game against Manchester City coming up later this week they’ll want to go into that game on the back of the win, which is exactly what I think Jurgen Klopp’s men will achieve.

Dean Wyatt

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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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