Premier League acca: 4 football tips for Wednesday's games
Back our 17/2 accumulator, which features football tips from the first round of midweek fixtures this season in England's top tier.
Liverpool to beat Burnley
Liverpool have dropped just six points in 14 unbeaten league games this season after their stoppage-time winner over Everton at the weekend.
The Reds have won four out of four against the current bottom five and have only failed to beat Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal so far.
Burnley fell to second-bottom following their 2-0 defeat away to Crystal Palace, which was their seventh game without victory.
Chelsea to beat Wolves
Following back-to-back defeats against Cardiff and Huddersfield, Wolves have taken just one point from their last six league games.
Nuno Santo’s side will also be without the suspended Ruben Neves, who has been ever-present this season.
Chelsea have won five of their six matches against the current bottom nine this season and come into this game on the back of a 2-0 win over Fulham – their seventh victory in nine in all competitions.
Arsenal to beat Manchester United
Arsenal extended their unbeaten run to 19 matches in all competitions in thrilling fashion on Sunday as they came back from a goal down to beat north London rivals Tottenham.
That 4-2 victory means the Gunners have scored 32 league goals – the second-most behind Manchester City – and represent great value to beat Manchester United, whose defence was partly-comprised of midfielders Scott McTominay and Nemanja Matic at the weekend.
Jose Mourinho’s side were held to a 2-2 draw by Southampton in that game, which was their third without victory in the Premier League having previously drawn 0-0 at home to Crystal Palace and lost 3-1 at Manchester City.
Tottenham to beat Southampton
Southampton’s 2-2 draw with Manchester United on Saturday night means they are still the only Premier League side yet to win at home this season and spelled the end for manager Mark Hughes.
The Saints have managed just four victories in their last 39 Premier League matches and any new appointment will not start work before their trip to Wembley on Wednesday.
They have conceded 12 goals in their last four league games and will be brushed aside by Tottenham, who haven’t failed to score in the league this season and have won four of their last five.
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