Premier League acca: 4 football tips for Saturday's matches
Back our 15/1 accumulator, which is made up of football tips from the latest round of fixtures in England's top tier.
Wolves to beat Brighton
Wolves’ 2-0 defeat at home to Watford was their first loss in seven league games and they are an enticing price to make amends at Brighton.
Nuno Santo’s side have taken seven points from an available nine on the road, including a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.
Brighton beat West Ham last time out at the Amex, but lost at home to Southampton and drew with Fulham in a three-game winless run prior to that result.
Bournemouth to beat Fulham
Fulham are without a win in their last six league games and have lost three on the spin following a 4-2 defeat at Cardiff last weekend, despite their opponents having previously scored just five goals all season.
The Cottagers have the leakiest defence in Premier League, having shipped 25 goals in just nine matches, and it difficult to see them avoiding defeat if their troubles at the back continue.
Bournemouth have taken seven points from their last three league matches and hammered 10-man Watford 4-0 in their last away game.
Liverpool to win to nil v Cardiff
Liverpool extended their unbeaten start with a 1-0 victory at Huddersfield last week without playing their best and have only dropped points against Chelsea and Manchester City so far this season.
That was the Reds’ third clean sheet in four league games, and they are yet to concede a goal at Anfield this season.
Cardiff have lost six of their last seven matches and have already been beaten by Tottenham, Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal.
Newcastle (+1) v Southampton
Southampton’s 0-0 draw with Bournemouth last weekend means that they have won just four of their last 34 matches in the Premier League.
Mark Hughes’ side haven’t scored for four league games and are yet to record a victory at home this season.
Both of Newcastle’s two points have both come away from St James’ Park this season, while their only two defeats on the road were against Manchester City and Manchester United – the latter of which they had been 2-0 ahead until the 70th minute.
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