Premier League acca: 4 football tips for Saturday's matches
Back our 12/1 accumulator featuring football tips from the latest round of fixtures in England's top tier.
West Ham to beat Huddersfield
Huddersfield earned their first victory of the season against a Fulham side that failed to have a single shot on target on Monday evening, but are unlikely to build on that against West Ham.
The Terriers had taken just three points and scored four league goals prior to that game.
West Ham won 4-2 at home to Burnley on Saturday, with Felipe Anderson and Marko Arnautovic scoring three goals between them, and have the attacking potential to win this comfortably.
Leicester to beat Burnley
Leicester ran out 1-0 winners away to Cardiff last weekend, and can repeat the trick here.
The Foxes have won four matches out of four against the current bottom six and should take another three points on what will be an emotional day at the King Power.
Burnley were beaten 4-2 at West Ham last weekend and have lost six of their last seven away games in all competitions.
Bournemouth to beat Newcastle
Newcastle beat Watford last week to record their first victory of the season in all competitions, but did so having conceded an xG of 2.43.
The Magpies had failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their previous five matches at St James’ Park, so Bournemouth, who have found the net in all but three of their 14 games this season, should have plenty of chances.
The Cherries had recorded five victories in six matches prior to their 2-1 defeat at home to Manchester United last weekend, and have won two out of two against the current bottom four.
Watford (+1) v Southampton
After their 6-1 defeat at Manchester City on Sunday, Southampton have won just four of their last 36 Premier League matches.
Mark Hughes’ side are winless at St. Mary’s this season and have scored just once in their last six league games, so it is difficult to see how they can take three points on Saturday.
Watford lost 1-0 at Newcastle last week, but had won back-to-back matches against Huddersfield and Wolves prior to that. Their only other defeats this season have come against sides in the current top seven.
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