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Plenty of Profit on the Footie Last Week – but can Free Super Tips do it again?

Posted on by Sean Trivass

Our luck finally came in last weekend after weeks of being let down by a single leg as our Premier League Accumulator and Premier League banker flew in for a tidy profit. Now we return to a full Premier League fixture list and try to build on last weekend’s success.

After our 12/1 accumulator win and our Premier League Banker landing last week we have a total running profit of £138.61.

The best bet this week is our Premier League Accumulator at 8.51/1 with bet365.

Premier League Accumulator – £10 returns £95.10

West Brom vs Arsenal: West Brom didn’t have the best of times last weekend as they fell to defeat at Goodison Park after surprisingly losing to Crystal Palace the weekend before, but they have been much better at The Hawthorns and have scored in seven of their last nine at home.  They have won all of these seven as well, whilst Arsenal have won just one of their last six on the road and have seen both teams score in eight of their last nine away. I can’t see Arsenal’s shaky defence keeping a clean sheet, but the visitors have scored in all but one of their away days this season.

Sunderland vs Burnley: Sunderland may not have had the best time offensively recently, but they’re playing a Burnley side who have conceded in all but one of their away games this season and lost all but two of them. The visitors have made some progress though, scoring in each of their last seven on the road. They’ll be facing a team who have conceded in 79% of their home games so they should be able to make it eight in a row here.

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Lukaku – still at Everton for this season at least?

Everton vs Hull: Everton picked up another comfortable victory at Goodison Park last weekend, and they have now won five matches in a row by three goals or more. Hull have lost 11 of their last 13 away games and eight of these have been by more than a single goal margin. With Romelu Lukaku in such fine form I can’t see Hull limiting their goalscoring ability, especially since they have the joint worst defensive record in the league away from home.

Bournemouth vs Swansea: Saturday evening pits the two worst defensive sides in the Premier League against each other. Bournemouth have conceded 14 goals in their last six home games and a resurgent Swansea have looked impressive going forward recently. Bournemouth have scored nearly two goals per game at home this season though, so I can’t see any clean sheets being on offer.

Premier League Banker: Everton -1.0 Asian Handicap – £20 returns £37.40

Everton may have seen their unbeaten streak in the Premier League come to an end at White Hart Lane a couple of weeks ago, but they are still going strong at Goodison Park. Their 3-0 win over West Brom last time out made it five wins on the bounce for them there, with them scoring 18 goals and keeping four clean sheets during this period. They have won all of these games by more than a single goal margin.

Then there’s Hull. The visitors have one of the worst away record in the Premier League, with their last victory coming on the opening day of the season against Swansea. Since then they have lost 11 of their 13 away days, failing to score in eight of them and losing eight of them by more than a single goal margin. Considering Everton’s attacking form at the moment I think odds of 1.870 for an Everton -1.0 Asian Handicap represent the best value of the weekend in the Premier League.

All of these bets can be placed at Free Super Tips, the home of free sports betting tips.


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