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5-Fold Premier League ACCA: A handful of bets to return a hefty profit this weekend

12 Aug | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
5-Fold Premier League ACCA: A handful of bets to return a hefty profit this weekend

Home wins for Southampton and Swansea make up part of this money-spinning accumulator which could make your weekend one to remember

19/20 – Southampton to beat Everton

Everton have a worrying amount of injuries for this stage of the season and with key players such as Kevin Mirallas and Leighton Baines out, their thin squad is in a bit of trouble.

Roberto Martinez’s side narrowly avoided defeat at home to Watford last weekend and could struggle again during this Saturday lunchtime fixture.

Southampton have hosted the Toffees three times since returning to the Premier League and are yet to concede a goal, winning two and drawing the other.

The Saints only lost four home games last season and none to a side outside the top eight.

19/20 – Swansea to beat Newcastle

Swansea enjoy a cracking record against Newcastle in the Premier League, having won five and drawn one of their last six meetings.

The Welsh side were very impressive in drawing at Stamford Bridge last week and will be confident of building on that result.

Newcastle, meanwhile, picked up a credible draw at home to Southampton but this will be a sterner test.

The Magpies have accrued just five points in their last 13 away fixtures in the Premier League dating back to November last year – a woeful record on their travels.

8/11 – Arsenal to beat Crystal Palace

Arsenal have a tremendous record against Palace, winning eight and drawing three of their last 11 meetings.

It was the Eagles, however, that looked far more impressive last week as they brushed Norwich aside while the Gunners lost at home to West Ham.

Palace are dangerous on the counter-attack, but Arsene Wenger’s men will surely be better this time around.

A narrow win would be enough to kick-start their season.

13/1- Watford to beat West Brom

Watford look to be an exciting addition to the Premier League after their thrilling 2-2 draw at Everton on the opening day of the season.

Much like in the Championship, they are a potent goal threat and new manager Quique Sanchez Flores appears to have done a fine job getting all of his summer signings to gel.

West Brom were poor in defeat to Man City – a surprise given Tony Pulis’ reputation as a manager who prides himself on defensive organisation and resolve.

That was against far superior opposition, admittedly, but the Baggies will have to improve if they are to avoid a second successive defeat.

11/10 – Manchester City to beat Chelsea

The two clubs have had contrasting starts to the season – City surged to a 3-0 victory at West Brom while Chelsea were surprisingly held to a draw by Swansea in front of their own fans.

Jose Mourinho will be desperate to avoid defeat and, with his strikers lacking form and fitness and his first-choice goalkeeper suspended, he is likely to park the bus.

City looked menacing going forward at the Hawthorns, though, and a front four of Sergio Aguero, David Silva, Raheem Sterling and Yaya Toure will frighten the visitors.

Manuel Pellegrini’s side have a great chance of claiming three points and going five points in front of their title rivals.

£10 on the five-fold accumulator returns £317.23.

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