We returned to losing a single leg of our accumulator before the international break, but fortunately our Premier League banker of the weekend came in to keep the profit growing consistently.
After Everton’s hammering of Hull last time round our rolling profit now stands at £146.01
The best bet this week is our Premier League Accumulator at 10.82/1 with bet365.
Leicester vs Stoke: The decision to sack Claudio Ranieri may not have been a popular one, but it has reaped dividends on the pitch. The Premier League champions have won four matches on the bounce and come head to head with a Stoke side who have lost five of their last seven away games. Another win for the resurgent champions looks good here.
Chelsea vs Crystal Palace: Crystal Palace may look a reformed side at the moment, but there’s no getting away from the fact they are coming up against the best team in the country. Chelsea have won their last 13 home games and ten of those have been by more than a single goal, so another comfortable victory looks a good bet here.
Burnley vs Tottenham: Burnley’s away form is the stuff of nightmares, but at Turf Moor they are a different side completely. They have lost just twice there this season and haven’t lost by more than a single goal there all season. Tottenham are without Harry Kane and have only won two of their last ten away days in the league.
Hull vs West Ham: Hull’s bid for survival has taken a hit recently, but at home they have still put together a seven match unbeaten streak and look deadly in front of goal. Their poor defence has resulted in them keeping just two clean sheets in their last 12 at the KCOM, but they have scored in 11 of them. West Ham have scored in nine of their last ten away games but haven’t kept a single clean sheet, so both teams finding the net looks likely here.
Chelsea are in the process of running away with the Premier League title, and it’s all thanks to Antonio Conte’s decision to switch to a back three early on in the season.
Since then they have lost just one Premier League game, and at home they have been unstoppable with 13 wins on the bounce in all competitions. An incredible ten of these 13 games have seen them win by more than a single goal thanks to the Stamford Bridge faithful. It also helps that Eden Hazard gets a lot more space to run at defenders when the opposition are sitting deep, and it’s because of this that he has scored eight of his 11 league goals on home soil this season.
Crystal Palace have dramatically improved over the past month or so and have picked up three points against Middlesbrough, West Brom, and Watford. However, Chelsea are on a different level to those teams and I can’t imagine the travelling fans will have anything to celebrate on Saturday. Odds of 1.900 for Chelsea to win by more than a single goal look excellent value.
All of these bets can be placed at Free Super Tips, the home of free sports betting tips.