It’s Easter weekend and we hit a lovely 14/1 accumulator win last weekend. I will try to do something similar again with my views for this weekend. We have a good amount of games at 3 pm that will shape the bottom half, especially. Leicester, Bournemouth, Fulham and West Ham are all looking to get important points. At the top end of the table, Spurs will look to get closer to 3rd place Newcastle. Here are my weekend Premier League accumulator tips:
ASTON VILLA vs Nottingham Forest (3pm BST, Saturday)
It will be the third time in a row that I’ve picked up Aston Villa but they are just playing so well right now. With a win over Chelsea and then scoring late in a well-deserved victory over Leicester, they now have a chance to beat Nottingham Forest and move into 6th in the table with Brighton playing Tottenham away. The Seagulls currently occupy that 6th spot in the league. Unai Emery’s men have won 5 and drawn 1 of their last 6 games played at home. The team have also scored 11 goals and conceded just 2 goals during that period.
Nottingham Forest sit bottom of the form table away from home in the league. They’ve lost their last 4 away matches and have only scored 2 goals in those combined 4 games whilst conceding 11 goals. Everything points to Aston Villa extending their good form.
LEICESTER vs Bournemouth (3pm BST, Saturday)
I think Leicester will finally get a win this weekend. They sit 2nd from bottom of the home table with just 1 win from their last 8 games with a couple of draws thrown in but you could probably say that they were unlucky not to get a point against Aston Villa. Not in terms of quality play, because Villa were the better team but they had a man sent off for 2 yellow cards about a minute before they were going to substitute him and that changed the game completely. Villa then could attack at will and even their goal was a little bit fortunate.
Bournemouth have won 1 away match in the last 8 outings themselves but you would have to say that Leicester have a bit more quality in their ranks and they will fully recognise how important this game is. They were devastated to lose against Aston Villa late on. A win here would likely get them back out of the relegation zone. It couldn’t be more important, especially at home. I’m siding with Leicester.
TOTTENHAM vs Brighton (3pm BST, Saturday)
Tottenham have won the last 4 matches at home having scored 8 goals and conceded just 1 goal in those 4 matches. They face a very attacking Brighton team on Saturday though and they’ll have to defend well to win this one. Brighton haven’t lost away since the 22nd of October but, the win over Bournemouth aside, results show draws against Leeds, Crystal Palace, and Leicester.
If we compare that to Tottenham beating Manchester City at home, 2-0 wins over West Ham and Chelsea, and then a 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest, I think there is every chance that Brighton scores in this one but Spurs should have too much for them. Spurs are added to the treble.
All odds are accurate at the time of writing.
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