Once again a single leg let us down for our accumulator as the in form Hull failed to beat a Burnley side who had lost all but one of their Premier League away days this season. Congratulations to those of you who opted for Acca Insurance. Fortunately our Premier League banker of the weekend flew in again to keep us in profit for the weekend and save the rest of us!
Thanks to that West Brom win we are left with a running profit of £24.21.
The best bet this week is our Premier League accumulator at 15.03/1 with bet365.
Stoke vs Middlesbrough: Stoke are coming into this match having lost just one of their last 11 home games in the Premier League and with five wins to their names. This has included some difficult fixtures, but against lower positioned teams such as Sunderland, Swansea, Burnley, Watford, and Crystal Palace they have triumphed. Middlesbrough can definitely be classed among these lower teams, with their defeat last weekend leaving them just above the drop zone. They have lost five of their last six away from home as well.
Swansea vs Burnley: Swansea have looked like a changed team under Paul Clement, and attacking wise they have been really impressive lately. At home they have won four of their last seven and scored 13 goals in the process. Burnley have lost all but two of their away days this season and haven’t won a single one, so an in form Swansea should be able to dispatch of them at the Liberty Stadium.
West Brom vs Crystal Palace: West Brom made it seven wins from their last eight league games at The Hawthorns last weekend and are on course for their best ever Premier League season. They face a Crystal Palace side who have lost six of their last eight Premier League matches and have won just one of their last ten on the road, so another Baggies win is on the cards here.
Liverpool vs Arsenal: Neither of these teams are in good form at the moment, but it’s a fixture that regularly turns into a goalfest. Six of their last seven meetings have seen over 2.5 goals and both teams score and Arsenal have seen at least three scored in nine of their last 11 away days, with both teams finding the net in nine too. Liverpool have had both teams find the net in eight of their last 12 at home, so another high scoring game could be in the offing here.
The constantly undervalued Baggies make an appearance as our Premier League bankers for the second week in a row, and who can blame us?
West Brom’s win over Bournemouth last weekend made it seven wins from their last eight Premier League games at The Hawthorns, and yet again they face an out of form side struggling against the impending threat of relegation.
Crystal Palace may have managed a rare win last weekend but they still find themselves in the bottom three of the Premier League. Away from home the story is even worse for The Eagles as well, with six defeats and just one win in their last ten away days in the Premier League. They haven’t even had a difficult fixture list to contend with during this run either.
West Brom’s home victories have come against the likes of Burnley, Swansea, Watford, Hull, Sunderland, Stoke, and Bournemouth. These are all teams on a similar level to Crystal Palace away from home, so odds longer than evens for another home win look too good to turn down here.
All of these bets can be placed at Free Super Tips, the home of free sports betting tips.