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5-Fold Premier League acca: Top-flight picks to have you celebrating this weekend

08 Sep | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
5-Fold Premier League acca: Top-flight picks to have you celebrating this weekend

Club football makes a welcome return after the season's first international break - there are plenty of intriguing encounters that offer great value

3/1 – Everton to beat Chelsea

Chelsea have the second-worst defensive record in the Premier League, with only Sunderland conceding more goals.

And while Everton are hardly prolific, they are certainly capable of breaching Jose Mourinho’s backline, which is severely lacking confidence and form.

The champions are sure to improve eventually, but Roberto Martinez’s side have a great chance of making amends for the 3-6 defeat they suffered in the corresponding fixture last season.

2/7 – Arsenal to beat Stoke

Still searching for their first Premier League win of the season, Stoke are unlikely to find it at Arsenal.

The Potters will be without the suspended Charlie Adam and Ibrahim Afellay, while Glen Johnson and Ryan Shawcross are still missing in defence.

Mark Hughes’ side have lost on all seven visits to the Emirates and, while Wenger’s side have not been fluent so far, they should have too much for their opponents.

13/5 – Crystal Palace and Manchester City to draw

The top-two sides in the division face each other at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

Manuel Pellegrini’s side last visited the Eagles in April, where they were beaten 2-1.

City have been in fantastic form so far this season, but Pardew’s side are also flying and the return of several players from international duty could contribute to this match ending all-square.

6/4 – Swansea to beat Watford

Swansea are an excellent team at the moment – demonstrated by their unbeaten record – and should claim three points against the newly-promoted – and winless – Watford.

The Hornets have only lost once so far, but they have not scored since the opening day of the campaign.

Garry Monk’s side, meanwhile, have the in-form Bafetimbi Gomis and Andre Ayew – both are capable matchwinners who could make the difference on Saturday.

10/11 – Manchester United to beat Liverpool

Manchester United and Liverpool supporters may not like to admit it, but their respective clubs’ lack of goals means they share something in common.

United have scored only three times in four league games, while Liverpool have mustered only two.

Louis van Gaal’s side have defended well at home, though, and that advantage could just be enough to edge out their fierce rivals.

A £10 on the five-fold accumulator returns £1573.71*.

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*Odds and amounts correct at time of publication but subject to change. See site for latest.