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Premier League acca: Liverpool & Spurs to pick up three points

| 09.02.2024
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Coral takes you through its Premier League acca for the next round of fixtures in England’s top-flight, featuring wins for Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.

Our five-fold acca, which at the time of writing, can be booked with Coral with odds of 53/1.

For the first leg of our acca, we travel to Anfield, where Burnley travel to a Liverpool side hoping to get back to winning ways after a 3-1 loss to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium last weekend.

Premier League acca

Liverpool to beat Burnley – 1/6

Liverpool were convincingly beaten, only for the second time since April 2023 in the Premier League last weekend when they lost 3-1 to Arsenal on Sunday afternoon.

The Reds had been near-perfect this campaign, but were bested by an Arsenal side that, in truth, was significantly better on the day.

Jurgen Klopp’s side still lead the Premier League table though, and with odds of 1/6, we’re selecting them to get back to winning ways and comfortably dispatch of Vincent Kompany’s struggling Burnley side on Saturday afternoon.

Fulham to draw with Bournemouth – 5/2

The next pick in our acca takes us to London for Bournemouth’s trip to Craven Cottage to face Fulham.

Bournemouth find themselves in 12th place in the Premier League, one point and one place ahead of Fulham, who have picked up 26 points from their opening 23 games.

Both teams have shown glimpses of real quality this season, including Bournemouth’s 4-0 win over Manchester United towards the end of 2023, and Fulham’s run in the Carabao Cup which saw them knocked out of the semi-finals by Liverpool, the current favourites to win the competition.

In short, there isn’t much to separate the two sides, and we’re expecting that to be reflected in the scoreline, with a draw on Saturday afternoon serving as our next pick, with odds of 5/2.

Craven Cottage

Tottenham to beat Brighton – 4/5

Sticking in London, we’re going with a Tottenham win against Brighton on Saturday afternoon, with odds of 4/5, in what has all the makings of a must-see affair.

Spurs find themselves nine points ahead of Brighton, who are currently sat in eighth place, and we’re expecting the gap between the two teams to increase this weekend, with Ange Postecoglu’s side favourites to beat the Seagulls.

Brighton aren’t in the best form right now, and the game against Tottenham, whose star players are returning from international duty and injury at the perfect time, may simply be too much for them this weekend.

Wolves to draw with Brentford – 5/2

It seems like Wolves and Brentford have played each other every few weeks lately, and that’s because it’s not that far from the truth.

The teams met for the first time this season on December 27, where Wolves beat Brentford 4-1 away from home in the Premier League in what was a truly entertaining game.

The teams then met on January in the FA Cup, again at the Gtech Community Stadium, where Wolves held their opposition to a 1-1 draw, earning a replay at the Molineux, which took place on January 16.

The score ended 3-2 to Wolves, who earned themselves a spot in the fourth round of the FA Cup as a result of beating Brentford, but what’s the result going to be when the teams meet this weekend?

Well, we’re going with a draw between the two sides this time around. With Ivan Toney available to play in the fixture for the first time this season, Brentford have an added edge that they lacked in the previous meetings, which should be enough to secure them a point.

So, with odds of 5/2, we’re going for a draw between Wolves and Brentford this weekend as the penultimate selection of our five-fold acca.

Newcastle to beat Nottingham Forest – 11/10

Forest shocked Newcastle the last time the two sides met, thanks to a hattrick from the Geordies’ former player Chris Wood, but we’re expecting Eddie Howe’s side to get revenge this weekend.

With odds of 11/10, we’re going with a win for Newcastle away at Nottingham Forest as the final pick for our Premier League acca, which can be backed with Coral, at the time of writing, with odds of 53/1.

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All odds and markets are correct as of the date of publication.

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Harvey Watkins