Premier League acca: 4 football tips for Saturday's matches
Back our 6/1 accumulator, which features football tips for the latest round of fixtures in England's top tier.
Manchester City (-1) to beat Everton
Despite falling to their first league defeat of the season at Chelsea last Saturday, Manchester City’s excellent home record suggests they should make amends this weekend.
City have won eight out of eight in the league at the City of Manchester Stadium, with seven of those victories coming by a margin of two or more goals.
Everton have won just one of their seven away games this season and have already been beaten by Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool.
Tottenham (-1) to beat Burnley
Fourth-bottom Burnley have lost by two or more goals to Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United this season.
The Clarets have the fourth-worst travelling record, having taken just eight points from their five away games.
Tottenham have won nine of their last 11 league games and have beaten each of the current bottom three by two goals.
Watford to beat Cardiff
Watford’s record of four defeats from their last five matches at Vicarage Road can be mitigated given that three of those came against Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United.
The Hornets have beaten strugglers Crystal Palace and Huddersfield at home this season and can be trusted to take three points from sorry travellers Cardiff.
The Bluebirds have earned just one point from their seven away games this season – a goalless draw at third-bottom Huddersfield.
Wolves to beat Bournemouth
Bournemouth were thumped 4-0 at home to Liverpool last Saturday and have now lost five of their last six league games.
The Cherries’ only victory in that sequence came against Huddersfield, while they have also lost four of their last six matches on the road.
Wolves ended a six-match winless run with back-to-back victories against Chelsea and Newcastle and can notch a third against out-of-form opposition.
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