Last weekend we were let down by Leicester in our treble. This weekend’s action looks stacked with many matches for us to make a choice for our accumulator this week. Arsenal allowing Liverpool back into the match, drawing 2-2 after going 2-0 up could change things drastically over the coming month or two.
The Gunners are just 3 points clear now if Manchester City win their game in hand. The two teams are also still set to meet and with Pep Guardiola’s men having the better goal difference. Here are my weekend Premier League accumulator tips for this upcoming round of games.
EVERTON vs Fulham (3pm BST, Saturday)
I’m starting with Everton taking on Fulham at home. Fulham had plenty of chances against West Ham last week and had a lot of possession and they couldn’t get a goal without Aleksandar Mitrovic. They are missing him again this weekend and I think I’d be on Everton even if he was playing. Everton are only out of the relegation zone on goal difference, above Nottingham Forest. Since Sean Dyche has come in they’ve beaten Arsenal and Brentford then got a good draw against Spurs. Whilst the away form is terrible, the home form has been consistently good and I’m backing them to get a very important 3 points.
Southampton vs CRYSTAL PALACE (3pm BST, Saturday)
My 2nd selection is Crystal Palace to continue the good ‘Roy Hodgson’ form, since coming in. Southampton have not won in their last 4 at home. They’re bottom of the league and it’s looking bleaker and bleaker with every week. They’ve only beaten Leicester at home since the first day of the season and they’re vulnerable in this fixture.
The Eagles appointed Roy Hodgson in late March and they’ve beaten Leicester 2-1 and thrashed Leeds 5-1 since. They beat the Yorkshire side easily and it was without their talisman Wilfried Zaha. I think the value is most certainly on Palace for this one.
Chelsea vs BRIGHTON (3pm BST, Saturday)
At a similar price to Palace, Brighton will be my third and final selection. I think Brighton are a big price here. Chelsea have had Champions League football and have lost a match that would have taken a lot out of them. They now have to get fired up again to play a team that creates chances for fun. Brighton drew 3-3 with Brentford but they had a massive 33 shots, with 15 on target. They then went and beat Bournemouth and last out lost to Tottenham. They had every chance of beating Spurs last time out with disallowed goals and penalty shouts.
I see no reason why Chelsea would turn into a team who can score goals after that Real Madrid game. They look better with N’Golo Kante but they still look like they are missing a striker. It has to be Brighton as a selection.
Treble – Everton, Crystal Palace and Brighton @ 15/1 with Bet365
All odds are accurate at the time of writing.
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