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Premier League matchweek 14 £9k acca featuring Man City v Chelsea and Boro v Hull

| 05.12.2016

Premier League matchweek 14 acca

The next round of Premier League fixtures sees Manchester City and Chelsea open matchweek 14 on Saturday lunchtime at the Etihad, with the other nine clashes to take place across both weekend days and Monday evening.

A number of mini leagues are beginning to form in the English top-flight, as teams battle for first place, the top four, and European spot and safety.

So, with all 20 clubs in action, Coral provide a Premier League matchweek 14 acca for punters to take advantage of…

Aguero to score anytime v Chelsea

Aguero anytime scorer odds feature in Coral's Premier League matchweek 14 acca.

Aguero anytime scorer odds feature in Coral’s Premier League matchweek 14 acca.

The first match of the weekend sees the most tasty of them all, as table toppers Chelsea travel to Man City with just one point separating the duo.

Thankfully for hosts City, they have Sergio Aguero on their books, a man who has netted a whopping nine goals in 13 appearances against Chelsea, four of which came last season.

With five in his previous four fixtures in the league this term, including two last time out against Burnley, the superstar Argentine is a tempting 10/11 price just to score anytime.

Under 2.5 goals in Baggies v Hornets duel

While the above match might produce a lot of action, this fixture on the other hand is not expected to produce too many fireworks.

Each of West Bromwich Albion and Watford’s three meetings have produced two goals or fewer, including their 0-0 draw last term.

With just one place and one point separating the pair in the table, add odds of 8/13 for there to be under 2.5 goals again.

Saints to defeat plummeting Palace

Koeman's Saints can inflict yet another defeat on Palace.

Koeman’s Saints can inflict yet another defeat on Palace.

Nothing has going Palace’s way in the last couple of months, and their late 5-4 defeat to Swansea City last weekend would have done nothing for their confidence at all.

Now on a run of six straight leagues losses, Southampton, who beat Everton and Arsenal in their last two games in the top-flight and EFL Cup respectively, are a tasty 6/5 price to win on the road again.

Eriksen to score anytime v Swans

Tottenham are not in the best of form of late, winning just one of their last six Premier League matches, but come up against relegation zone dwellers Swansea City next.

Star Spurs attacker Christian Eriksen has a decent record against the Welsh outfit too, having netted three past them before, while he also scored last time out against Chelsea. The Dane is 7/4 to score anytime.

Stoke to score exactly one goal v Burnley

Mark Hughes' Stoke can carry on their good run of form.

Mark Hughes’ Stoke can carry on their good run of form.

Stoke City are in a good run of form, having lost just one of their last eight matches in the English top-flight, and come up against the Clarets who have lost their last two.

Mark Hughes’ men, though, have scored just a sole goal in five of their previous nine fixtures and two of their last three against Burnley, so back them to do so again here at 21/10.

Black Cats and Foxes to share spoils

Neither basement club Sunderland nor Premier League champions Leicester City are in good touch, though the former have won two of their last three.

The two teams have drawn two of their last four clashes, so back another share of the spoils once more at 23/10.

Giroud to score anytime v Arsenal

Giroud can't stop scoring of late from off the bench.

Giroud can’t stop scoring of late from off the bench.

Like Leicester, West Ham United unexpectedly find themselves on the wrong side of the table this term, while Arsenal are way up in fourth and just three points off the top.

Supersub Olivier Giroud has netted three goals off the bench in the last four games, as well as an assist, while he has five strikes in just seven fixtures against the Hammers. Back the Frenchman at 21/10 to score anytime again.

Liverpool to beat Cherries by one goal

Bournemouth have never beaten Liverpool in nine previous meetings in all competitions, since their first in the 1927 FA Cup, but in recent years have at least come close.

In each of their last three duels, the Reds have won by exactly one goal, so as the Cherries have home advantage back that to occur once more at 11/4.

Martial to net anytime v Everton

Anthony Martial is one of a few Manchester United stars to up their game in recent weeks, and his brace against West Ham in the EFL Cup last time out might sway Jose Mourinho to start him against the Toffees.

The France forward also scored in his last two encounters with Everton, so looks a very enticing 12/5 price to get another at Goodison Park.

Middlesbrough v Hull

Karanka's Boro can beat fellow newly-promoted Yorkshire outfit Hull.

Karanka’s Boro can beat fellow newly-promoted Yorkshire outfit Hull.

In the Monday night meeting, newly-promoted Yorkshire rivals Middlesbrough and Hull City tussle in a bid to move up the table, with the duo being in precarious positions currently.

With Boro just above, though, and, having just come through a tricky run of fixtures against Arsenal, Bournemouth, Man City, Chelsea and Leicester with an impressive six points, they are 4/5 to tame the Tigers.

Premier League tenfold acca

By placing just £1 on the above hand-picked bets, you would stand to win £8928.85 (odds and price correct at the time of writing).

Or if you don’t fancy one or two of our punts then you can always take them off the acca and still easily profit if it comes off.


For more football tips, check out our dedicated section.



Sam Barnard

Sam has been writing for Coral since January 2014, and is the assistant editor of the news site. As well as the main betting sports, football, tennis and cricket, he covers the likes of golf, F1 and darts too, the latter of which has become a particular favourite. Sam enjoys playing as much as writing about sports, but niggling injuries have limited his participation in recent years, so is happy to mainly watch the pros such as Manchester United, Yorkshire CCC, Raymond van Barneveld and even Gibraltar national football team instead.