On Saturday, we move into April with another day of Premier League action coming our way. However, my Saturday afternoon 3pm treble is no April Fools. I pick out three solid bets for the weekend and give you my 14/1 treble selection. Here are the weekend Premier League accumulator tips.
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ARSENAL vs Leeds (3pm BST, Saturday)
Arsenal are sitting 8 points clear at the top of the Premier League table. They have played a game more than Manchester City though so that could quickly become 5 points and the Citizens boast the better goal difference so, in reality, Pep Guardiola’s side need Arsenal to ‘not win’ two matches and, in an ideal world for them, to lose those two matches.
The Gunners are expected to win this match against Leeds. They’re at home and have won their last 3 fixtures at home since their 3-1 defeat to Manchester City. They’ve won their last 6 matches in the Premier League both home and away combined.
Leeds sit 14th in the league but are level on points with both 15th-placed Everton and 16th-placed Forest and 3 points from the bottom of the Premier League. They have lost 5 of their last 8 away games but in the last 4 matches away, they’ve won 1, drawn 1 and lost just 2. There are some signs of improvement recently.
However, I see nothing but an Arsenal win here and it’s the banker of the weekend for me. I’ll stick this as the first in the treble for the weekend.
BOURNEMOUTH vs Fulham (3pm BST, Saturday)
Bournemouth take on Fulham and I think Bournemouth are worth a shot here. Fulham are going to be missing their boss, Marco Silva, for this one and will also miss their two key players Willian and Aleksandar Mitrovic. That’s a lot of creativity and goalscoring ability missed and it’s a huge chance for Bournemouth to grab 3 much-needed points.
Gary O’Neil’s men have 1 win and 2 draws in their last 4 matches played at home and have managed to avoid defeat in half of their last 8 matches at home. They most certainly have a better home record than their terrible away record (1 win in 8 away and 7 losses).
Fulham have won 4 from their last 8 away matches played and if they had all their players available here, then the tip would not be Bournemouth. Unfortunately, with those missing players, a missing boss, and Bournemouth at home, ready to go, I’m going with them to spring a surprise and get the win.
Brighton vs Brentford (X) (3pm BST, Saturday)
Brighton take on Brentford at The Amex. Brighton have won 3 of their last 4 games at home this season and 4 out of their last 5 matches overall. In their last 4 matches, they’ve conceded just 1 goal and scored 6 so they know how to shut teams out at home.
Brentford, away, are all about ‘not losing’ and have drawn 2 of their last 4 away and lost just 1 of those encounters. They’ve drawn 3 of their last 8 away and lost only 2 whilst winning 3 of those games. It’s a decent away record. Much like Brighton, they keep things tight and have conceded just 2 goals in their last 4 away.
This match looks to have 0-0 or 1-1 written all over it. As I’ve mentioned above, Brighton have conceded just 1 goal in 4 at home. Brentford have allowed just 2 goals to be conceded in 4 games away. 3 goals were conceded in 8 matches between the two teams. I think I’ll stick this one down as a draw and that completes the treble for the Saturday afternoon 3pm matches in the top flight.
BTTS Treble @ 14/1 with Betfair
All odds are correct at the time of writing.