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Premier League acca: A 15/1 acca for Saturday’s fixtures

11 Apr | BY Rob Eddy | MIN READ TIME |
Premier League acca: A 15/1 acca for Saturday’s fixtures

Rob Eddy offers his best bets for Saturday's round of Premier League matches, including wins for Nottingham Forest and Manchester United.

The Premier League returns on Saturday when there are six fixtures taking place, including  several which could prove hugely significant in either the title race or the relegation battle.

Newcastle and Tottenham kick-off the action at St James’ Park then champions Manchester City look to further their title claims when they host Luton in one of four 15:00 matches.

Manchester United’s trip to Bournemouth rounds off the afternoon and that match features in our Premier League acca, which pays out at 15/1.

Best bets

Both teams to score in Brentford v Sheffield United /
Nottingham Forest to beat Wolves /
Over 3.5 goals in Manchester City v Luton /
Manchester United to beat Bournemouth /

Acca pays 15/1

Brentford v Sheffield United (15.00)

Brentford are odds-on to claim a much-needed three points against beleaguered Sheffield United but it might not pay to side with the Bees, who are winless in nine Premier League matches.

Despite their relegation strife, United have shown attacking intent in recent weeks, scoring two at Bournemouth, three at home to Fulham, one at Liverpool and two at home to Chelsea in their last outing.

With that in mind, a better bet could be both teams to score, which has landed in six of the hosts’ last seven games and each of the Blades’ last four.

Nottingham Forest v Wolves (15.00)

Nottingham Forest’s survival hopes hang in the balance but the Tricky Trees can keep above the drop zone with a win over Wolves, who are falling away in the hunt for a European spot.

Forest found Tottenham too good in a 3-1 defeat last time out. However, they had previously claimed four points from home matches with Crystal Palace and Fulham while they also ran Manchester United and Liverpool close in 1-0 losses at the City Ground.

Wolves are winless in four and look vulnerable on their travels.

Manchester City v Luton (15.00)

Manchester City will have one eye on their Champions League quarter-final second leg with Real Madrid but they can’t afford to take their foot off the gas in the Premier League and that could make for a high-scoring game when Luton visit the Etihad.

City’s last three matches have featured a combined 17 goals and they ran out 6-2 winners when these teams met at Kenilworth Road in the FA Cup in February.

The relegation-threatened Hatters, meanwhile, have only failed to score in one of their last 16 matches in all competitions.

Bournemouth v Manchester United (17.30)

Bournemouth have won four of their last six matches but the Cherries look on the short side against Manchester United, who can bounce back with a win on the south coast.

The hosts have beaten Burnley, Luton, Everton and Crystal Palace in their recent run but United, for all their faults, represent a tougher proposition and were good enough to hold Liverpool to a draw just days after their capitulation at Chelsea.

The Red Devils’ Champions League hopes are all but over but they should still be aiming to make certain of European qualification.

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