Football accumulator tips for this weekend's Premier League action (09-10 Dec 2023) | The Sun

AN INTRIGUING Premier League weekend lies ahead.

Liverpool are back in the Saturday lunchtime slot – much to Jurgen Klopp’s disgust – while Aston Villa v Arsenal looks a battle between two title contenders these days.

On Sunday, the TV games see Manchester City looking for a first win in five at Luton, while Spurs and Newcastle both need to stop the bleeding when they face off in north London.

There are a host of other attractive games – certainly from a betting perspective – and once again we’ve scoured the coupon in search of the best bets.

A £10 wager on our suggested treble would pay out £43.40, while the same stake on our accumulator produces a juicy potential return of £462.40.

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🥅 Luton vs Man City: City/City HT/FT (1/2)

After four games without a victory – a run which has seen the champions slip six points behind leaders Arsenal – Manchester City are in need of a result.

The good news is they are facing a Luton side who slipped back into the relegation zone in midweek following a last-gasp defeat to Arsenal.

Luton won plaudits for their display in that game but they scored three and still lost which says much about their defensive issues.

City can prey on those – as they have done regularly against the newly-promoted clubs of late.

They’ve led at half time and full time in 11 of their last 14 such matches and, with a kick up the backside from Pep Guardiola, they can do it again here.

⚽ Add City/City HT/FT to your acca at 1/2 at BetUK ⚽

🥅 Brighton vs Burnley: Brighton to win (13/25)

Burnley may have won 5-0 last weekend but doing that at home to 10-man Sheffield United is a lot different to the task they face here.
Brighton will dominate the ball and they are good are creating things with it.

After a bit of a sticky spell, they’ve lost just one of their last eight. Meanwhile, Burnley have lost 12 of 15 in the league following their midweek defeat at Wolves.

Brighton have goals in them – just four teams have netted more – while only Sheffield United have conceded more than Burnley.

A home win is the call.

⚽ Back Brighton to win at 13/25 at BetUK ⚽

🥅 Wolves vs Nottingham Forest: Wolves to win (22/25)

Wolves may have struggled on their travels of late but their home form has been rock solid.

Their last five at Molineux have seen Man City, Spurs and Burnley all beaten, while they also drew with high-flying Newcastle and Aston Villa.

Here, they face a Forest side coming in off the back of a 5-0 humbling at Fulham, a result which pushed them towards to the relegation zone and, seemingly, boss Steve Cooper closer to the sack.

With top scorer Taiwo Awoniyi out injured, there’s not a lot going right in the Forest camp right now – they’ve failed to score in four of their last five away games and may well struggle to break down the hosts.

A home win is the call.

⚽ Back Wolves to win at 22/25 at BetUK⚽


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🥅 Manchester United vs Bournemouth: Draw/Bournemouth double chance (8/5)

United may have won six of their last eight in the Premier League but they remain unconvincing and could be vulnerable here.

Things have clicked recently for the Cherries, who have now won four of their last six in the league.

In contrast to their hosts, they have a striker in good goalscoring form – Dominic Solanke already has eight this season – and they should be able to create chances against a home team who have an expected goals figure almost 10 higher than the number of goals they’ve actually conceded.

That shows they’ve given away chances and suggests they’ve been rather fortunate not to let in more.

If Bournemouth can take their chances – something they have been doing of late – they can get something out of this long trip and look a good price to do just that.

⚽ Tip: Draw/Bournemouth double chance at 8/5 at BetUK ⚽

🥅 Fulham vs West Ham: Jarrod Bowen to score (3/1)

England international Bowen has now scored in his last seven away league games, a statistic which is too good to ignore ahead of Sunday’s London derby at Craven Cottage.

Only six teams have a worst defensive record than Fulham in terms of goals conceded and you expect David Moyes’ men to trouble their hosts.

The Hammers have a fine record against Fulham, winning five of their last six meetings, and so far this season they’ve won four of seven on the road.

Clearly Bowen’s goals have had plenty to do with that but this is a team which knows it can compete at a high level and one which has some real steel about it – only Liverpool and Brighton have won more points from losing positions this season.

⚽ Select Jarrod Bowen to score at 3/1 at BetUK ⚽


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