Premier League Accumulator Tips: 15/1 weekend fourfold

 | December 22 | 

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The Premier League returns for a packed weekend of action ahead of Christmas.

We’ve got matches stretching from Thursday night right through to Christmas Eve, but our focus will be on the games on Saturday and Sunday. Below we’ve put together an accumulator for you to consider ahead of the big day. 

Premier League Accumulator Tips

  • Fulham to beat Burnley @ 4/6
  • Luton Town +1 vs Newcastle United @ 5/4
  • Chelsea to beat Wolves @ 19/20
  • West Ham to score over 1.5 goals @ 11/10

Accumulator pays 15/1

Fulham to beat Burnley @ 4/6

A fairly straightforward home win to start us off. Fulham have won their last three games at Craven Cottage, including back-to-back 5-0 wins over Nottingham Forest and West Ham. Now back on home turf having made it to the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup in midweek, the Cottagers will fancy their chances against struggling Burnley.

Burnley sit 19th, and Vincent Kompany doesn’t seem to able to turn things around at this moment in time. A confidence-boosting 5-0 win over Sheffield United has been followed up by one point in three games, and the Clarets are likely to come up short again here. 

Luton Town +1 vs Newcastle United @ 5/4

The Hatters have impressed this term in terms of their competitiveness, even though they still remain in the bottom three. They’ve only lost by one goal to both Arsenal and Manchester City in their last two matches and have looked strong on home soil. I’m not sure they will be able to beat Newcastle, but I do back them to get at least a draw which means the +1 handicap looks sensible. 

The Magpies haven’t set the world alight recently, losing on penalties in midweek to Chelsea. It’s now one win in five in all competitions for Eddie Howe, as he counts the cost of so many injury issues. At Kenilworth Road, they are in for a tough battle, and it’s one I don’t believe they will win. 

West Ham to score over 1.5 goals @ 11/10

West Ham host Manchester United on Saturday afternoon and after being dumped out of the Carabao Cup at Anfield, will want to bounce back in style. They were impressive in the 3-0 win over Wolves last weekend and haven’t lost at home since Everton beat them on the 29th October. 

Manchester United kept a clean sheet at Anfield and received plaudits for doing so, but I still don’t trust that defence, especially away from home against a potent attack. I can’t call the result here, but I like the price of 11/10 for West Ham to score over 1.5 goals.

Chelsea to beat Wolves @ 19/20

Carabao Cup semi-finalists Chelsea travel to Molineux on Christmas Eve looking for their first away win since the 6th November. They have been woeful on the road, and average in general this term, but their squad does possess a huge amount of quality. 

I think they will have enough to get past Wolves, who were woeful at the London Stadium last time out. Mauricio Pochettino has to start to turn things around at some point, and I believe that the London club will come away with all three points on Sunday. 

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