We’ve got five Premier League predictions from Saturday’s games in England’s top flight and are hoping to land a near-38/1 acca if they all come in.
Don’t worry if one of the legs lets you down because bwin’s five-team Acca Insurance ensures we refund minimum £5 stakes as a Free Bet up to £25 when a five-fold is placed on the same day and a single selection goes astray.
Also, watch out for bwin’s Enhanced Accas, with price boosts provided on a number of popular combinations.
Bournemouth to beat Norwich @ 18/25
The Cherries have been good to watch when competing against conducive company, netting eight times in wins over Aston Villa, Everton and Southampton, so this looks a good time to back them in our Premier League predictions. Norwich have yet to pick up a point from four away trips at this level since securing promotion and are battling to overcome crippling injury problems. They had nine senior players out when a 5-1 thrashing by Aston Villa at Carrow Road followed 2-0 away defeats at Burnley and Crystal Palace.
Chelsea to beat Newcastle @ 7/25
Frank Lampard’s policy of putting his faith in younger players has predictably led to some patchy performances, but the highs have easily outweighed the lows of late. A 4-1 triumph at Southampton gave the Blues a fourth straight win in all competitions and left them nicely perched in fifth place in the Premier League table. Newcastle enjoyed a memorable win over Manchester United before the international break but that had the feel of a low-quality affair and their overall away form has been poor, losing 3-1 at Norwich and Liverpool prior to a 5-0 pummelling at Leicester.
Tottenham to beat Watford @ 21/50
The international break couldn’t come soon enough for Spurs, who followed up a 7-2 drubbing by Bayern Munich with a 3-0 loss at Brighton, but hopefully they will have now regrouped. Tottenham have been troubled by inconsistency all season, with transfer speculation reportedly unsettling some players, but they did net seven times in wins over Aston Villa and Crystal Palace at this venue, as well as overcoming the first-half dismissal of Serge Aurier to see off Southampton 2-1.
Aston Villa and Brighton to draw @ 23/10
Villa went into the international break on the back of an outstanding victory at Norwich but have drawn their last two home games against West Ham and Burnley, so it would be no surprise to see them sharing the spoils again here. Albion were impressive when beating Tottenham 3-0 on home turf and have also shown they can play on the road, winning 3-0 at Watford and drawing at Newcastle, so a stalemate in the midlands makes sense for our Premier League predictions.
Wolves and Southampton to draw @ 11/4
Saints have already picked up six points on the road this term via wins at Brighton and Sheffield United, so are no push-overs away from home. Wanderers enhanced their excellent record against top teams when winning 2-0 at Manchester City but they are not always clinical when it comes to seeing off lesser lights. This will be a much different test than soaking up pressure and hitting City on the break, with Wolves possibly more vulnerable at the back when under pressure to open up and push forward.
Join bwin today and receive up to £10 money back as a FreeBet if your first wager at odds of 1/1 (2.0) or greater is a loser! Terms and conditions apply.