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5-Fold Premier League ACCA: This quality quintet should spice up your weekend

25 Aug | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
5-Fold Premier League ACCA: This quality quintet should spice up your weekend

Manchester City and Liverpool are likely to extend their unbeaten runs and help contribute to securing a healthy profit

1/5 – Manchester City to beat Watford

City have made a perfect start to the Premier League season, winning all three fixtures without conceding a goal.

Watford have acquitted themselves well on their return to the top flight with three draws, but a trip to the league leaders will put an end to that unbeaten run.

The Hornets have not beaten City since 1989 and are set for defeat on Saturday.

13/5 – Bournemouth and Leicester to draw

Leicester are, surprisingly, one of five teams to still be undefeated three weeks into the new season with two wins and a draw.

The Foxes travel to Bournemouth who will be optimistic after recording their first-ever Premier League win at West Ham last weekend.

Both sides have conceded in every game so far and these sides look too close to split.

4/11 – Chelsea to beat Crystal Palace

Chelsea secured their first win of the season last weekend but still do not look at their best. Palace, meanwhile, are two points ahead of them but will find it difficult at Stamford Bridge.

The Eagles look good going forward but have conceded in all three of their clashes this campaign so will struggle to keep the Blues out.

Palace have also lost seven of the last eight meetings with their London rivals and Mourinho’s men should pick up three points.

4/11 – Liverpool to beat West Ham

Liverpool are another team yet to concede this season, although they also look a little blunt in attack with just two goals scored in three matches.

West Ham were superb in their opening-day win at Arsenal, but subsequent defeats to Leicester and Bournemouth has altered the trajectory of their season.

The Hammers have not won at Anfield since 1963 and that does not look like changing on Saturday.

9/4 – Swansea and Manchester United to draw

The two unbeaten sides meet and the Welsh team, who beat United home and away last season and knocked them out of the FA Cup the previous campaign, can secure another good result.

United have scored just twice in three games so can be kept quiet, especially if Wayne Rooney continues to struggle domestically.

Not many teams will win at the Liberty Stadium this season and the Red Devils are unlikely to be one of them.

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