The final set of Premier League fixtures before October’s international break has arrived and we’ve taken a look at the match-ups to put together an accumulator for you to consider.

Premier League Accumulator Tips

  • Tottenham Hotspur to beat Luton @ 4/9
  • Chelsea to beat Burnley @ 4/6
  • Manchester United vs Brentford over 2.5 goals @ 8/13
  • Liverpool to beat Brighton @ 23/20

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Tottenham to beat Luton @ 4/9

The early kick-off sees Spurs travel to Luton Town and the Hatters are still trying to get to grips with the Premier League. Their first win of the season was followed up by a painful midweek defeat to Burnley, and now they face Ange Postecoglou’s upwardly mobile Tottenham. Arguably their biggest test of the season so far, Luton are bound to struggle against such a talented outfit. This should be a comfortable away win. 

Chelsea to beat Burnley @ 4/6

Chelsea have seemingly turned a corner in terms of results. They looked good in their 2-0 win over Fulham and the underlying numbers this season have been excellent. Mauricio Pochettino is finally getting to grips with his squad and despite the injuries to Reece James and Ben Chilwell, they can find another three points here. Burnley have improved and the win over Luton will give them confidence, but they’ve struggled against the elite teams at Turf Moor this season. The Blues can secure another win. 

Manchester United vs Brentford over 2.5 goals @ 8/13

Manchester United are a hot mess at the moment, but boy are they entertaining. In midweek they lost 3-2 at home to Galatasaray, and we could see a similar sort of match at Old Trafford this weekend. Erik ten Hag is starting to come under pressure, as is his goalkeeper Andre Onana after a weak UCL performance. However the one big positive for United is Rasmus Hojlund, who scored twice in the week. The home team need a big performance here, and either way, we should get goals. 

Liverpool to beat Brighton @ 23/20

All the talk this week has been about Liverpool’s wrongly disallowed goal at Spurs, and VAR. However, the Reds put in a wonderful display despite defeat and with eleven men, should be able to bounce back in style. They travel to a Brighton side who were hammered by Aston Villa 6-1, and have been defensively exposed on a couple of occasions this term. Against such a bright Liverpool side, they could struggle again. 

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