Premier League Accumulator Tips: 12/1 fivefold including Man City & Chelsea

 | Friday 10th May 2024, 14:28pm

Friday 10th May 2024, 14:28pm

The penultimate weekend of Premier League football is here and there is still much to be decided at both ends of the table. This Saturday gives us one of the last chances to build a winning accumulator from the top-flight.

With that in mind, I've had a go at putting together a fivefold from the matches taking place on Saturday and if it wins, it pays out at an enticing 12/1. Read the reasons for my Premier League accumulator tips below.

Premier League Accumulator Tips

  • Manchester City to beat Fulham
  • Everton to beat Sheffield United
  • Newcastle United to beat Brighton & Hove Albion
  • Crystal Palace to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 
  • Chelsea to beat Nottingham Forest

Premier League acca pays at 12.44/1

Manchester City to beat Fulham

Manchester City are on the cusp of a record-breaking fourth consecutive Premier League title and after their five-goal showing against Wolverhampton Wanderers last week, in which Erling Haaland scored four, Pep Guardiola's side don't look like they're going to drop off in the final stretch.

They head to Craven Cottage to face a Fulham side that have consistently been inconsistent throughout the season. The Citizens have another title on the horizon and I don't think anyone is going to get in their way in the final three matches they have left to play. I think they will win this one comfortably, scoring a few goals in the process to catch up with Arsenal.

Everton to beat Sheffield United

Everton's top-flight status has been maintained while Sheffield United will return to the Championship next term. This may appear like a dead rubber but I sense Toffees boss Sean Dyche will try and get his team to finish as high as they can.

They've been in good form of late with three wins from their previous four outings, while the Blades have lost five in a row. Chris Wilder's men just want this season to be over so what's one more defeat from an utterly calamitous campaign?

Newcastle United to beat Brighton & Hove Albion

Newcastle United have been having a lot of joy in front of goal in recent weeks, with the Magpies having scored at least four goals in three of their last four matches. They are having a strong end to the season and I think they will have another profitable afternoon in their penultimate fixture at St James' Park.

Brighton & Hove Albion may have picked up a surprising victory over Aston Villa last time out, but Unai Emery's side were depleted and suffering with fatigue. They will face a much sterner test against Newcastle, who I believe can win another high-scoring affair.

Crystal Palace to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 

Crystal Palace are one of the teams in form right now with four wins from their last five in the Premier League. Oliver Glasner is putting his stamp on the Eagles and we're already thinking that they can become a much stronger force next term.

After demolishing Manchester United 4-0 at Selhurst Park on Monday night, the south London outfit heads to Molineux to face Wolves, whose end to the season has been decimated by injuries. Gary O'Neil's side have lost three of their last five and will be downbeat after their thrashing at the hands of Man City last time out.

Palace attacking stars Jean-Philippe Mateta, Michael Olise and Eberechi Eze are all in excellent form right now and I fancy them to put on another glamorous display in the top-flight when they head to the West Midlands on Saturday.

Chelsea to beat Nottingham Forest

Whisper it quietly but Chelsea are looking good. Mauricio Pochettino looks to have finally got his message across to the Blues players, who have been very impressive in recent weeks. Chelsea have won three of their last five and their recent triumphs over West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur have been most convincing.

Nottingham Forest will not want to be playing them right now when they still have to secure their spot in the Premier League, and I agree. This will be a tough fixture for the Tricky Trees, despite being on home soil. Momentum is with Chelsea and I believe they can score more goals at the City Ground.

Cole Palmer is the one to watch for obvious reasons, but Nicolas Jackson, Noni Madueke and Conor Gallagher have been scoring in recent matches, so keep an eye out for them too.

Premier League acca at 12/1 You can read all our latest Football Acca Betting Tips at our dedicated Betfred Insights content hub.

 

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