Premier League Predictions: Five Tips for a 28/1 Accumulator Tonight

Everton betting tips

There are five more Premier League fixtures taking place tonight and Fabio has picked out his five best bets for each game. There are two matches at 6pm, a 7.30pm kick-off between Brighton and Fulham and then two more 8.15 kick-offs.

The odds for the accumulator are around 28/1 with William Hill, so a £10 bet would win £290.

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Burnley vs Aston Villa

Under 2.5 Goals

Virtually every time Sean Dyche’s side take to the field in the Premier League, we tip under 2.5 goals, and more often than not, it lands. Burnley have been involved in 14 games with under 2.5 goals from their 19 PL matches so far. Just one of their last nine has seen more than two goals scored.

Three of Villa’s last four have seen under 2.5 goals. That, and Burnley’s propensity to hold their opposition at bay should keep the score low once again.

 

Chelsea vs Wolves

Tammy Abraham Anytime Scorer

A hat-trick in midweek should see Abraham in line for another start when Wolves visit Stamford Bridge. The England international is Chelsea’s top scorer in the league and bagged a brace against Wolves last season.

Wolves are in really poor form and are clearly struggling without Raul Jimenez. Since his injury, they have won just once in the league (coincidentally against Chelsea). Whether a new manager is at the helm at the Bridge by the time kick-off comes around is uncertain, but Abraham should get his chance against an out-of-sorts Wolves side.

 

Brighton vs Fulham

Under 2.5 Goals

Seven of Fulham’s last eight league games have seen less than three goals scored. In the middle of that run was a string of five draws including a 0-0 stalemate with Brighton.

The Seagulls have seen under 2.5 goals scored in five of their last seven league games and both sides will be desperate not to lose. A draw isn’t ideal but suits both parties reasonably well and another tight low-scoring contest is likely.

 

Everton vs Leicester

Leicester to Win

The Foxes have lost just one of their last nine league games and sit in third at the time of writing. That one defeat came against Everton who are also on a good run of form. The Toffees have had mixed fortunes against the league’s top sides with a  record of 3W-1D-3L versus the other top-half sides.

There’s likely to be little to separate the two sides but Leicester’s dominant away form coupled with Everton’s sub-par home results might be enough to separate these two top-six contenders.

 

Manchester United vs Sheffield United

Bruno Fernandes Anytime Scorer

Left out of the starting lineup to face Liverpool in the FA Cup, Bruno Fernandes wasted little time in making himself the name on everyone’s lips after stepping up to score the winner. The Portuguese midfielder has scored on a regular basis since joining the Red Devils and should have some joy against the league’s bottom side.

Sheffield United have endured an awful season and despite picking up their first win against Newcastle, look overwhelmingly likely to concede. United do not have a shortage of possible goalscorers but Fernandes is likely to be involved, nonetheless.

 

Premier League Accumulator Tip

Premier League Accumulator tip

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