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Premier League tips: A 14/1 acca for Saturday’s games

28 Mar | BY Adrian Mills | MIN READ TIME |
Premier League tips: A 14/1 acca for Saturday’s games
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Adrian Mills' Premier League four-fold includes two underdogs to avoid defeat and plenty of goals at Stamford Bridge and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

There are no fewer than eight Premier League games spread across a busy Saturday, with crunch matches at both ends of the table.

With Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City all in action on Sunday though, the fight for survival will take centre stage.

We’ve picked a four-time accumulator for you to consider which, if successful, will return at odds of 14/1.

Best bets

Bournemouth v Everton: Everton or draw /

Chelsea v Burnley: BTTS /

Tottenham v Luton: Tottenham to win & BTTS /

Aston Villa v Wolves: Wolves or draw /

Toffees in desperate need of points

Everton go into Saturday’s clash at Bournemouth just four points outside the relegation zone and having collected just two points from their last five league games.

They will, though, see this trip to the south coast as the perfect opportunity to put some space between themselves and the bottom three, especially when you consider the hosts recent home form.

The Cherries are one of very few teams that are stuck in mid-table, not going to make it into Europe and very unlikely to be dragged into a relegation battle.

Andoni Iraola’s men have won just one of their last five at the Vitality Stadium – that was the incredible 4-3 fightback win over Luton.

Sean Dyche has seen his team collect 18 of their 25 points on the road and have recently picked up useful draws at both Brighton and Fulham.

Leaky defences on show at the Bridge

It’s fair to say Chelsea and Burnley fans will head to Stamford Bridge on Saturday frustrated with how their season has progressed.

The hosts have kept just one Premier League clean sheet in 2024 and have conceded 45 times in 27 matches this term.

The stats make worse reading for the Clarets, with Vincent Kompany’s men leaking 63 times – an average of 2.17 goals per game.

Burnley have scored four goals in their last two games – against West Ham and Brentford – and will feel they can expose Chelsea’s defensive frailties.

Spurs look to hit back in style

If you are looking for entertainment on Saturday, then Tottenham against Luton promises to be a game with plenty of goalmouth action.

Outside of the top four teams, Spurs are the joint top-scorers with 59 goals to their name and need a response following their 3-0 thumping at Fulham prior to the international break.

After a gut-wrenching defeat at Bournemouth, Luton enjoyed some late joy by securing a much-needed point against Nottingham Forest last time out.

Both teams have scored in the Hatters’ last eight Premier League games and Rob Edwards’ men have conceded 22 goals during that run.

Wolves can cause Villa more issues

Just 16 miles separate Aston Villa and Wolves and it’s Wanderers who have enjoyed the bragging rights in recent times.

Wolves are unbeaten in their last six clashes with Villa (three wins and three draws) and Gary O’Neil’s men can extend that run on Saturday evening.

The visitors have lost just one of their last seven on the road in all competitions, in contrast to Villa’s recent record on home soil.

Unai Emery’s squad have lost three of their last four home league games and conceded 11 goals during that run.

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