Premier League Accumulator Tip: Three wins and two draws make up five-foldPublished September 13, 2017
After the excitement of the Champions League dies down, the Premier League always follows hot on its heels. This week is no different, and we’ve got another tasty five-fold acca tip from Bet365, which could win you £299 from just £1.
Chelsea and Arsenal clash on Sunday before Manchester United lock horns with Everton. English football is always full of surprises, what will happen in week five?
Lets find out, here is our latest acca tip…
Crystal Palace vs Southampton – Draw @ 11/5
We may be just four games into the season, but we have our first managerial casualty after Frank de Boer was sacked by Crystal Palace. No goals were scored under the Dutchman and all games lost, and it is up to Roy Hodgson to clean up the mess.
His first task will be against Southampton, who are struggling themselves. Nerves will be a real factor at Selhurst Park and a stalemate is the most likely outcome.
Chelsea vs Arsenal – Draw @ 11/4
Chelsea are unusually heavy favourites for a clash against another of the Premier League’s heavyweights, bur Arsenal have been poor in these games, losing 4-0 at Liverpool a matter of weeks ago.
But Chelsea were caught off guard at home to Burnley and with Alexis Sanchez and Alexandre Lacazette likely to combine, Arsene Wenger could end his Stamford Bridge nightmare with a point.
Man Utd vs Everton – 4-0 home win @ 18/1
This one adds some real meat to the bones of the betting tip. Everton had looked decent in the build up to hosting Spurs last week, but a 3-0 loss will have shaken their confidence to the core. The Red Devils, meanwhile, come into the game having scored 12 goals so far, including four in each of their first two games.
Romelu Lukaku is on form and will be keen to show that against his former club. Starting slowly could be disastrous for the Toffees and will leave them at the mercy of their dynamic and confident hosts.
Watford vs Man City – Man City win @ 1/3
Manchester City have found their groove, beating Liverpool 5-0 last week in a controversial clash at the Etihad Stadium. But they face an unbeaten Watford side who will be confident of continuing boss Marco Silva’s impressive record of just two home losses in three years.
Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero are in such good form together and it is hard to see Watford shutting them out. City, as always, are expected to win here.
Liverpool vs Burnley – Liverpool win @ 2/7
A Liverpool win in this one is not a forgone conclusion for a number of reasons. Burnley have taken four points from games at Chelsea and Spurs and will be confident of a win at Anfield, while the Reds will be coming into the game after a Champions League clash with Sevilla.
But the Reds’ superior quality and supportive fanbase should get them over the line, even if Sadio Mane is missing through suspension.