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5-fold Premier League ACCA: Pay for your weekend with these top tips

19 Aug | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
5-fold Premier League ACCA: Pay for your weekend with these top tips

On-song Swans and unbeaten United lead the way in this profitable accumulator

21/20 – Swansea to beat Sunderland

Swansea have looked excellent so far this season and Sunderland have been dreadful.

The Swans picked up an impressive draw at Chelsea and then dismissed Newcastle at home. In contrast, the Black Cats have been dispatched by Leicester and Norwich, conceding seven in the process.

In their last five meetings, Swansea have won two and drawn three, conceding just twice.

Even away from home, Garry Monk’s side appear a sound investment this weekend.

4/11 – Man Utd to beat Newcastle

Manchester United have made a perfect start to their season, winning both Premier League matches and their opening Champions League contest on Tuesday.

And while Newcastle’s one point from two games isn’t entirely unexpected, it is far less impressive.

The Magpies have lost 20 of their last 27 meetings with the Red Devils and will be without suspended Daryl Janmaat and could be missing Moussa Sissoko who went off with a groin problem last time out.

United are not at their best but are winning and should be backed.

5/6 Crystal Palace to beat Aston Villa

There will be plenty of attacking talent on display at Selhurst Park when Palace take on Villa, although this fixture has not produced many goals in recent years.

Since the Eagles’ return to the Premier League in 2013 there have been three 1-0 results and a goalless draw between the two sides.

Villa have been involved in two more 1-0 results so far this season, one win and one defeat, so it is easy to see another low scoring game for them this weekend.

Palace impressed against Arsenal, though, and should have enough to clinch their first home win of the season.

13/8 – Tottenham to beat Leicester

Many expected Leicester to slump this season, but they have started off brilliantly with two wins from two, scoring six in the process.

Spurs have had tougher fixtures, but their fans will still be a little worried with just one point from their first two contests.

The Foxes look dangerous in attack, although Wes Morgan and Robert Huth’s lack of pace could leave them vulnerable in defence.

Spurs showed their vulnerability by conceding twice late on at home to Stoke last week but will expect to claim their first three points of the season.

11/4 – West Brom and Chelsea to draw

The Baggies have been something of a bogey team for Chelsea in recent seasons.

Their last seven meetings have resulted in three West Brom wins, two draws and just two victories for the London club, who have not prospered at the Hawthorns since 2011.

Tony Pulis will have learned lessons from the hammering his side took at home to Manchester City on the opening day of the season and will make things a lot more difficult for Chelsea.

The Blues look blunt in attack and dodgy at the back. West Brom certainly have every chance of pouring more misery on Jose Mourinho.

£10 on the five-fold accumulator pays £504.49.

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