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Premier League 12/1 Accumulator: 4-fold Weekend Banker Tip


Premier League fixtures will come thick and fast until the new year with no more International breaks until March. With this in mind, it's the perfect time to pick accumulators. There are eight games to look forward to on Saturday and we’ve picked four results that we think are bankers.

We’ve selected only one home win, with two away wins and a draw. Check out our predictions and who makes it into our weekend banker.


12/1 Premier League Acca – Weekend Banker

Arsenal vs Southampton

Date: 23/11/2019
Kick-off: 15.00 GMT
Selection: Home win

We’re backing Arsenal to get the win here. The Gunners really need to get back to winning ways as they find themselves eight points adrift of the top four. On top of that, Unai Emery’s men are winless in the league since 6th October, when his side squeezed out a 1-0 win over Bournemouth. This is a real chance for Emery to prove he knows what he’s doing at the club.

In a similar vein, Southampton are also on a winless streak, however, it extends to seven Premier League games. The Saints were hammered 9-0 by Leicester only a few weeks ago and are in a desperate situation with only eight points from 12 games.

Arsenal have home advantage, a better team and really should win. Bearing all of that in mind – they are our first pick at odds of 9/20 (1.45) with bet365.

Brighton vs Leicester

Date: 23/11/2019
Kick-off: 15.00 GMT
Selection: Away win

Brighton are on course to achieve something they have never accomplished before; four Premier League home game wins in a row. They have been playing some lovely football, winning four of their last six games. In saying that, The Seagulls put in one of their worst performances on the season at Old Trafford before the breaking, losing 3-1.

It is perhaps unfortunate that Brighton faces Leicester in their quest to bounce back. The Foxes are flying and arguably the best team to watch in the Premier League at the minute. Furthermore, they are the league second-top high scorers and show no signs of stopping. Jamie Vardy has found the net in his last four outings and we expect him to do the same on Saturday.

Although it will likely be a tight contest – Leicester should have enough in the tank to win. Therefore, the second result in our acca is Leicester to win at EVS (2.0)

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12/1 Premier League Acca

Game Selection  Odds
Arsenal v Southampton Home win 9/20 (1.45)
Brighton v Leicester Away win EVS (2.0)
Crystal Palace v Liverpool Away win 9/20 (1.45)
Watford v Burnley Draw 23/10 (3.3)
Four-fold total 12.8/1 (13.8)

*Odds at time of writing with bet365

Crystal Palace v Liverpool

Date: 23/11/2019
Kick-off: 15.00 GMT
Selection: Away win

It depends on what Crystal Palace side will turn up this weekend what kind of a game we will get. Roy Hodgson has done admirably well with his squad but they are inconsistent. They have lost three of their last four in the league winning only once in their last five. In saying that, they’ve had a cruel fixture list including Chelsea, Manchester City, Leicester and now Liverpool.

Regardless if The Eagles bring their A-game or not, however, it should be business as usual for the league leaders. Liverpool will be flying high following their 3-1 win over Manchester City before the break. The Reds are yet to lose on the road and with such fine attackers, we can see them adding another three points to their impressive tally.

Selection number three is Liverpool to win at 9/20 (1.45)

Watford v Burnley

Date: 23/11/2019
Kick-off: 15.00 GMT
Selection: Draw

Watford finally claimed their first win of the season away to Norwich before the International break, lifting themselves off the foot of the table in the process. The Hornets have struggled to find goals and are the league's most goal-shy team with only eight in the opening fixtures.

On the other hand, Burnley have been scoring. The Clarets have bagged 17 goals which is a decent return in only 12 games. They have 15 points and right in the middle of the table in 10th. If this game had have been played at Turf Moor then we would have been more tempted with a Burnley win. However, as with previous seasons, Burnley struggle with travel sickness. They are yet to win away from home and three of their four draws this season have come on the road.

Because Watford will be hoping to build on their first win, and Burnley are a good side with issues away from home, we’ve settled on the draw.

In conclusion, our fourth and final pick is Watford vs Burnely to end in a draw at 23/10 (3.3) with bet365