Premier League Accumulator Tips: Man City, Arsenal & Villa to win

 | April 05 | 

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The weekend is here and after experiencing some high-intensity Premier League in football in midweek, the top-flight rolls around again for the next round of fixtures.

There are seven games to be played on Saturday and from that selection, we have hand-picked six fixtures for a results accumulator that pays out at a whopping 49/1.

Premier League Acca Tips

  • Manchester City to beat Crystal Palace @ 3/10
  • Aston Villa to beat Brentford @ 4/6
  • Newcastle United to beat Fulham @ 7/4
  • AFC Bournemouth to beat Luton Town @ 10/11
  • West Ham United to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers @ 7/4
  • Arsenal to beat Brighton & Hove Albion @ 8/13

Premier League acca pays at 49.53/1

Manchester City to beat Crystal Palace @ 3/10

Manchester City certainly silenced the critics of their goalless draw with Arsenal last weekend as they thumped Aston Villa 4-1 on Wednesday. Phil Foden notched his second league hat-trick of the season and Rodri scored the other in what was a significantly-improved performance from the reigning champions.

Next up for them is a trip to south London to face Crystal Palace, and given they have won just one of their last five, this should be a routine victory for the Cityzens as they have ground to make up in the title race.

Aston Villa to beat Brentford @ 4/6

They may have lost 4-1 to City but Villa didn't play too badly at the Etihad Stadium and they should be raring to go again this weekend when they welcome Brentford to Villa Park. Unai Emery will look for a similar level of performance on home soil from his players as they look to build on their two-point advantage over Tottenham Hotspur.

The Bees are not having much joy right now and have failed to win in their last eight games. Former Brentford striker Ollie Watkins could return to face his former side on Saturday, looking to add to his 16 goals already this term. With Villa looking to keep hold of fourth place, they need three points in a game like this.

Newcastle United to beat Fulham @ 7/4

Fulham have been poor in their last two outings as they drew 3-3 with Sheffield United before losing 3-1 to Nottingham Forest. Luckily for them they don't seem to be as poor on home soil, but we fancy them to suffer defeat at Craven Cottage when they take on Newcastle United.

The Magpies have a massive injury crisis but they're still managing to stay competitive in games. They were denied a victory with a late penalty against Everton in the week, but they should have wrapped the game up by half-time.

With the likes of Alexander Isak, Harvey Barnes and Anthony Gordon likely to feature, they could inflict more misery on a frail Fulham defence.

AFC Bournemouth to beat Luton Town @ 10/11

Having won three on the spin and four of their last five, it is hard to see anything other than a victory for Bournemouth in this one. Yes, it's at Kenilworth Road and Luton Town are likely to get in on the goals, but they are winless in their last 10, so there is going to be a huge psychological factor at play.

The Cherries won the reverse fixture 4-3 last month, having come from 3-0 down at half-time, and we think that will also play in the heads of the Luton players, who are missing a lot of key defensive players.

West Ham United to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers @ 7/4

West Ham United cruised to a 3-0 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers at the London Stadium earlier in the season as Jarrod Bowen, Lucas Paqueta and Mohammed Kudus all dazzled. We're expecting this trio to shine again against the Old Gold as Wolves' squad has been left very light in depth due to injuries.

The Molineux factor may make it difficult, but with most of his key players available, David Moyes should be able to orchestrate his team's first win in five.

Arsenal to beat Brighton & Hove Albion @ 8/13

Brighton & Hove Albion may be ninth in the table but they have been largely disappointing this year after their magnificent campaign in 2022-23. They have won just one of their last five and only mustered three goals from their last seven in all competitions.

They welcome an Arsenal side that have posted back-to-back clean sheets, having kept four in their last five outings in all competitions, in which they have only conceded once. The Gunners are looking to keep up momentum in the title race and this will be deemed a must-win for them, and they should have no problems with that.

Premier League acca at 49/1

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