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Premier League acca: An 8/1 Saturday four-fold

22 Feb | MIN READ TIME |
Premier League acca: An 8/1 Saturday four-fold

William Maxwell's best bets for Saturday's Premier League matches include wins for two top-four contenders.

There are six Premier League fixtures taking place on Saturday headlined by the 8pm clash at the Emirates where title-chasing Arsenal host Newcastle.

Arsenal’s title rivals Manchester City visit Bournemouth in Saturday’s other televised contest while four 3pm matches feature in our Premier League acca, which pays out at over 8/1.

Premier League accumulator tips

Aston Villa to beat Nottingham Forest @ 11/20
Brighton to beat Everton @ 5/6
Crystal Palace to beat Burnley @ 19/20
Manchester United to beat Fulham @ 4/7

Accumulator pays 8.70/1

Aston Villa v Nottingham Forest (15.00)

Aston Villa have suffered three consecutive defeats at Villa Park but Unai Emery’s men can get back to winning ways on their own patch with a victory over Nottingham Forest.

Villa were slightly hard done by in the 2-1 loss to Manchester United in their last home game, missing a series of chances before Scott McTominay’s header saw the Red Devils claim three points, but they bounced back last week with a decent road win over Fulham.

Forest claimed a much-needed triumph against West Ham last weekend but the Tricky Trees have failed to win eight of their last nine league away matches. 

Brighton v Everton (15.00)

Brighton will soon turn their attentions to the resumption of their European campaign but the Seagulls are still in with a chance of a top-six finish in the Premier League and can boost their claims with a win over Everton.

Roberto De Zerbi’s men have been formidable at the Amex in recent months, going unbeaten in 11 matches in all competitions and securing dominant victories over Tottenham (4-2) and Crystal Palace (4-1) either side of a goalless draw with Wolves in their last three outings.

Everton are becoming draw specialists, playing out four stalemates in their last five Premier League matches, but they could struggle to contain their hosts.

Crystal Palace v Burnley (15.00)

Crystal Palace officially parted ways with manager Roy Hodgson on Monday and a home meeting with Burnley offers new boss Oliver Glasner a great opportunity to start his Selhurst Park tenure with a victory.

The Austrian will have to contend with some of the problems which hampered Hodgson in the last few weeks of his reign – most notably injuries to star men Michael Olise, Eberechi Eze and Marc Guehi.

However, he couldn’t have asked for a better starting point with Burnley winless in seven Premier League outings and seemingly destined for relegation.

Manchester United v Fulham (15.00)

Time will tell as to whether Manchester United’s latest return to form is another false dawn but the Red Devils should have the ability to make it six wins in a row in all competitions when Fulham visit Old Trafford.

United have beaten Newport, Wolves, West Ham, Aston Villa and Luton and Erik ten Hag will be delighted with the emergence of Rasmus Hojlund as a genuine goal threat with the Dane scoring eight goals in as many games.

Fulham are enjoying a respectable mid-table campaign but their position has been built on solid home performances. They’re winless in eight on the road and could struggle with this trip north.

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