Yet again it was a single leg that let us down for our Premier League accumulator last week, with that capitulation by West Brom losing us a total of just over £200 in profit. This eliminates our profit, but hopefully our luck will change this week.
Thanks to West Brom’s loss at Crystal Palace we are now at a running total of -£5.79
The best bet this week is our Premier League Accumulator at 10.78/1 with bet365.
Bournemouth vs West Ham: Both teams here have struggled at the back lately, but their good form going forward has kept West Ham in decent form. Seven of West Ham’s last eight games have seen at least three goals, whilst Bournemouth’s shocking defensive form has seen nine of their last 12 games have three or more goals, with them themselves conceding 24 goals in their last nine games.
Everton vs West Brom: Everton’s unbeaten streak came to an end at White Hart Lane last weekend, but they still managed to net twice and Romelu Lukaku has been in emphatic form recently. The Toffees have scored 15 goals in their last four home league matches and have scored at least two in five of their last six at home.
Hull vs Swansea: Hull have won four of their last six home games to keep themselves in the hunt for survival, but their defence still needs a lot of work. They have kept just two clean sheets in their 16 home games this season, whilst Swansea have scored in eight of their last ten. The visitors have conceded in all but one of their away games though.
Liverpool vs Burnley: Liverpool may have got a well deserved win over Arsenal last weekend, but they still struggle against the lower teams in the division. They have only won two league games in 2017 and they have conceded in five of their last six at home. Burnley have been awful on the road this season, but recently they have managed to find the net regularly with a goal in each of their last six matches.
Everton’s attacking form over the past month or so has been sensational at times, with that illustrated best by their 6-3 win against Bournemouth in February. They have scored at least two goals in seven of their last ten matches in the Premier League, and at Goodison Park they are even better.
At home The Toffees have scored 15 goals in their last four home league games and netted at least twice in all of them. West Brom conceded two at home to Crystal Palace last weekend and have let in seven goals in their last three away days in the Premier League. Considering Everton’s blistering attack in recent months I think odds of 5/6 for them to score at least two goals offer the best value of the weekend.
All of these bets can be placed at Free Super Tips, the home of free sports betting tips.