Premier League Accumulator Tips: Five-Leg Acca for the Weekend

Martin Green

Friday, November 22, 2019 9:23 AM UTC

Friday, Nov. 22, 2019 9:23 AM UTC

Spurs, Arsenal, Leicester, Liverpool and Everton all feature...
<div><h2>Five-Team Premier League Acca</h2><p><strong>Total odds: 6.14<br /><a href=";a=4fd3c129-b898-4816-9a61-9f7e8f34295a&amp;f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Unibet">Best odds: Unibet</a></strong></p><p><em><strong>West Ham v Tottenham – Spurs draw no bet at 1.35 (7/20)</strong></em></p><p>Tottenham should be galvanized by the arrival of Jose Mourinho as manager. Several big names have been underperforming this season, and the Portuguese will not be afraid to wield the axe, so we should expect a response from the Spurs squad. West Ham were in dreadful form before the international break and they have taken just one point from their last five games, which does not bode well for the visit of Tottenham. There is a great deal of animosity between the fans, so it could prove to be an exciting game, and Spurs really should get a result.</p><p><em><strong>Arsenal v Southampton – Arsenal to win at 1.52 (13/25)</strong></em></p><p>Arsenal are winless in their last four games and fans are demanding Unai Emery’s head following a string of lacklustre performances. The Spaniard now has a great opportunity to earn himself a bit of breathing room by leading his team to a morale-boosting victory against struggling Southampton. The only Premier League manager with shorter odds than Emery in the sack race is the Saints’ Ralph Hasenhuttl. It comes after his team lost four on the bounce before the international break and slumped down to 19<sup>th</sup> in the table. That miserable run included a record-breaking 9-0 defeat to Leicester, and Southampton look there for the taking.</p><p><em><strong>Brighton v Leicester – Leicester draw no bet at 1.46 (4/9)</strong></em></p><p>Leicester have won eight of 12 games this season and the only teams to beat them are Liverpool and Man Utd. They look perfectly capable of beating Brighton at the Amex, and at the very least they should leave with a share of the spoils. The Seagulls have won their last three home games, vanquishing Spurs, Everton and Norwich, but they will miss suspended captain Lewis Dunk for this match. That should give Jamie Vardy and James Maddison the opportunity to wreak havoc, which could spell bad news for the hosts.</p><p><em><strong>Crystal Palace v Liverpool – Liverpool draw no bet at 1.48 (12/25)</strong></em></p><p>Liverpool remain unbeaten after 12 games and they have taken 34 points from a possible 36. They beat Man City 3-1 before the break to extend their lead at the top of the table, and they are oozing confidence right now. Crystal Palace is always a potential banana skin, as the Eagles have claimed many an impressive scalp over the past couple of years, but Liverpool should have far too much quality to lose this game, even if Mohamed Salah is injured.</p><p><em><strong>Everton v Norwich – Everton to beat Norwich at 1.40 (2/5)</strong></em></p><p>Everton have improved considerably in recent matches. They embarked on an alarming run that saw manager Marco Silva tipped to be sacked, but they have since made a few changes and flourished as a result. Richarlison has led their renaissance and Gylfi Sigurdsson seems to have responded well to being dropped, as he has returned to the starting 11 with renewed vigour. Everton should have too much going forward for a struggling Norwich side that sit bottom of the table after conceding 28 goals in 12 games. Striker Teemu Pukki is on a long goal drought, and the Canaries look doomed right now.</p></div>
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