Premier League Accumulator Tips: 6/1 weekend treble

 | November 03 | 

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We’ve got some Premier League action to enjoy this weekend as Spurs look to keep hold of top spot. With a full fixture list, we have assessed the games to come up with a weekend accumulator. 

Premier League Accumulator Tips: 

  • Wolves to beat Sheffield United @ 19/20
  • Aston Villa to beat Nottingham Forest @ 9/10
  • Newcastle vs Arsenal BTTS @ 4/6

Treble pays 6/1

Wolves to beat Sheffield United @ 19/20

Sheffield United simply can’t buy a win at the moment. With the defensive injury crisis and now an issue with striker Oli McBurnie, manager Paul Heckingbottom is struggling to get his side going. After major summer sales, the Blades don’t even look as good as they did in the Championship last term.

Wolves to win at odds-on is still too short to back as an outright, but adding it to an acca is sensible given how impressive the away side have looked in recent weeks. They were tipped for relegation but since O’Neil’s arrival, they have pulled off some impressive results. They’ve beaten Man City and drawn with Newcastle recently, so up against a weak Sheffield United side, should be able to take all three points.

Aston Villa to beat Nottingham Forest @ 9/10

The team top of the Premier League form table is not Tottenham, Arsenal or Manchester City, but Unai Emery’s magnificent Aston Villa. They’ve been simply superb on home soil in recent weeks, but they’ve also beaten AZ Alkmaar and Chelsea away from home.

With in-form striker Ollie Watkins, Villa should be able to tear into a Nottingham Forest side who haven’t won since beating Chelsea on the 2nd September. That’s six games without a win for Steve Cooper’s side, who should be able to avoid relegation again, but will likely face defeat here.

Newcastle vs Arsenal BTTS @ 4/6

I can’t call which way the showpiece Saturday match is going to go, as two of the Premier League’s elite outfits meet at St James’ Park. Newcastle have proven themselves to be excellent goalscorers this term, hitting four past PSG and Crystal Palace and two past Wolves.

Meanwhile, Arsenal will have to win this game, or at least avoid defeat if they are to go one better than they did last year and win the Premier League title. They’ve scored in every single game in all competitions so far this season, and that run doesn’t look like slowing down with all their attacking talent. BTTS feels like the choice here, given the result is up for grabs.

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