Premier League Accumulator Tips: An enticing 42/1 from the weekend’s selection

 | 19th April | 

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There are just five gameweeks left to play in the Premier League and there is still so much at stake for clubs at both ends of the table. With the weekend upon us, it is time to start thinking about what might be the smart selections to put into an accumulator.

Look no further as I have you covered. I have put together four selections which I think offer great value this week and together, they make up a whopping 42/1 acca. Below I have detailed my Premier League accumulator tips.

Premier League Accumulator Tips

  • Luton Town to beat Brentford @ 21/10
  • Nottingham Forest to beat Everton @ 13/5
  • Aston Villa to beat AFC Bournemouth @ 4/5
  • Crystal Palace to beat West Ham United @ 23/20

Premier League acca pays at 42.18/1

Luton Town to beat Brentford @ 21/10

Luton Town have given a great account of themselves in the Premier League this season and despite many people writing them off before a ball was kicked, they sit one point off safety with five games to go.

Boss Rob Edwards has done an excellent job with the Hatters, boosted by the fact that they have been ravaged with injuries throughout the campaign. As the final run-in approaches, it's all hands on deck in Bedfordshire.

Their home form in the final weeks is going to be vital and they entertain the inconsistent Brentford to Kenilworth Road on Saturday, and they will be seeing this as an excellent opportunity to pick up a huge win, which could also lure the Bees into danger.

Brentford are currently seven points clear as things stand but that lead could reduce to four on Saturday, which is far from ideal with four games left to play. The importance of this fixture cannot be overstated and I think the home advantage will play a huge part in this one, and I'm backing Luton to take a giant leap closer towards avoiding the drop.

Nottingham Forest to beat Everton @ 13/5

Both these teams have been struggling for wins of late, with just one apiece in their last five Premier League outings. Everton may be at home, but I don't think Goodison Park will be a fortress this weekend.

Like Luton and Brentford, these two are both at the wrong end of the table. Forest are a point above the drop zone and Everton two, so this game is also another huge six-pointer.

From what I've seen from them both in recent weeks, Forest have strung together better performances, even if they haven't come away with many points. I feel as though their attacking players are performing better than the Toffees', and I can see the likes of Chris Wood, Morgan Gibbs-White and Anthony Elanga causing the hosts all sorts of problems.

I fancy Forest to post a huge victory on Merseyside that might just do wonders for their survival hopes, and massively dent that of Everton's.

Aston Villa to beat AFC Bournemouth @ 4/5

After grabbing a well-deserved win at title challengers Arsenal last weekend, Aston Villa are in the driving seat to secure fourth spot in the top-flight. They entertain Bournemouth this weekend at Villa Park which will be tricky on paper as the Cherries have won three of their last five.

However, if Unai Emery's men play like they did at the Emirates Stadium a week ago, they should cruise to victory on home soil, leaving Tottenham Hotspur with a bigger mountain to climb in the race for fourth.

There may be some fatigue from their clash with Lille in the week but I still think that there is a lot of quality that Emery can turn to on the bench if needed to aid Villa here, while the regular starters will still be relishing the chance to play again.

Crystal Palace to beat West Ham United @ 23/20

West Ham United were also in action in midweek against Bayer Leverkusen, but their squad depth isn't as strong as Villa's. Any fatigue they experience I feel will really hurt them as they head to south London to face Crystal Palace, who will be well-rested.

The Eagles picked up a very impressive win against Liverpool at Anfield last time out and you have to fancy their chances against a Hammers side that is consistently inconsistent. Oliver Glasner's players have picked up some much-needed confidence and they will have a great opportunity to pick up a rare second consecutive victory against West Ham.

With key players Eberechi Eze and Michael Olise back on the pitch together, coupled with the form of Jean-Philippe Mateta since Glasner came in, the Eagles can add more woes to the Hammers' season as they continue to struggle in the race for the top six.

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