Premier League Accumulator Tips: 224/1 shot for four draws

 | 3rd May | 

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The Premier League is on the final stretch now, as the teams that are fortunate enough to not be on the beach quite yet, take their final strides towards the finishing line. Arsenal and Manchester City are going toe-to-toe for the title, while the relegation race between Burnley, Luton Town and Nottingham Forest is becoming increasingly intriguing. 

Below I’ve put together my Premier League Accumulator Tips for the weekend’s action as we gear up for another action-packed few days in England’s top flight. And I’m sitting on the fence this weekend, for all the right reasons. 

Premier League Accumulator Tips

  • Brentford vs Fulham - Draw
  • Burnley vs Newcastle - Draw
  • Sheffield United vs Nottingham Forest - Draw
  • Liverpool vs Tottenham - Draw

Fourfold pays 224/1

Brentford vs Fulham - Draw

I might be crazy. But I think I’ve picked out four fixtures that just scream ‘DRAW’ between evenly-matched teams. The first one is the London derby between Brentford and Fulham, two teams who met in the Championship play-off final in 2020, and have since established themselves in the top flight. 

Brentford are now safe, but have been anything but impressive this season, picking up 35 points from 35 league games this season - a record that would normally land them in the bottom three in the top flight. Ivan Toney’s return hasn’t helped them as much as they would have wanted and he now seems destined for the exit door. 

Meanwhile, Fulham have been better than most thought, but sit 13th on 43 points. The Bees haven’t beaten a team above them in the table since February 10, while Fulham picked up a 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace last time out. There’s nothing to choose between these two, and they have nothing to play for, so a draw makes perfect sense in my eyes. 

Burnley vs Newcastle - Draw

These two on the other hand, have plenty to play for. Burnley know they need to start getting wins on the board if they want to stay in this division, but they have a tough test this weekend. Vincent Kompany’s men have definitely improved of late, and are unbeaten in their last three, but they’ve also drawn three of their last five matches. 

The 1-1 draw at Old Trafford was impressive, and they are now just two points from safety, so every point matters. Meanwhile Newcastle are in a battle to overhaul Manchester United for sixth spot, which would see them qualify for the Europa League. They’ve won three of their last four games, but have been hit and miss on the road this season. I can see this one ending with the spoils shared, despite both sides needing all three points. 

Sheffield United vs Nottingham Forest - Draw

Obviously Sheffield United aren’t very good this season. They’ve already been relegated, and have won just three games all campaign, but they might play slightly differently now they have no chance of survival. Sometimes we see a slight upturn in form from those already-relegated teams, and they have a chance of getting something against a strange Forest outfit. 

They had chances against Man City but ultimately lost 2-0, and they are without a win in their last four. They sit one point clear of the bottom three, and have only won twice on the road all season. The pressure is on them to get three points at Bramall Lane, and I don’t think they will quite manage it in this competitive encounter. 

Liverpool vs Tottenham - Draw

Onto Super Sunday, where Liverpool host Tottenham at Anfield. The Reds have completely lost their way of late and are now almost certainly out of the running for the Premier League title. The Everton defeat was bad, but the draw at West Ham last time out saw genuine anger and frustration from the likes of Mohamed Salah and Jurgen Klopp. 

That touchline tantrum summed up the disappointment the squad are feeling in the way this season has fizzled out. Klopp will not get his glorious goodbye, and the rest of the games feel like a chore at this moment in time. Tottenham are still in the race for the top four, with a couple of games in hand on Aston Villa, so they have something to play for - but this is a tough place to go. 

I can see them getting all three points if they put in the right performance - but then again, it’s Tottenham. A draw feels like the most likely result. 


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