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Premier League predictions: Five tips for Sunday acca

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After landing a 10.62 accumulator on Wednesday, we’ve got five more Premier League predictions for Sunday and are hoping to enjoy a 20.34 pay-out this time.

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Tottenham to beat Burnley @ 1.34

Spurs boosted their hopes of a top-four finish when slamming arch-rivals Arsenal 3-0 on Thursday night, with Harry Kane bagging a brace and Son Heung-min continuing his good run of form. That big win followed a 3-1 triumph over Leicester and a 1-1 draw at Liverpool, so Tottenham have built up a ton of momentum. Burnley have been battling hard to avoid relegation and claimed a hat-trick of victories last month, but losing at home to Aston Villa was a blow and this looks a tough test for the Clarets.

Man City to win at West Ham @ 1.39

The Blues may have blown it in the Champions League again this season but a fourth domestic title in five years is looking more and more likely. Kevin De Bruyne was in an unstoppable mood when netting four times in Wednesday’s 5-1 romp at Wolves, which restored a three-point advantage over Liverpool at the summit. That made it five straight wins in this competition by an aggregate score of 22-2. West Ham still have a chance of snatching a Europa League spot but holding City will take some doing.

Brighton to win at Leeds @ 2.6

Leeds are in desperate need of points after falling into the drop zone but poor discipline has cost them of late, with the Whites suffering first-half dismissals when losing to Arsenal and Chelsea. Having previously been hammered by Manchester City, this will be seen as a better opportunity to enhance their survival prospects. However, Brighton followed up a 3-0 victory at Wolves by playing some superb football in a 4-0 demolition of Manchester United and won away to Tottenham and Arsenal last month, so they may not be much of a downgrade.

Leicester to win at Watford @ 2.0

Watford did us a favour when just about hanging on for a draw at home to Everton in midweek but the Hornets played like a team which is already relegated and gave up a number of good chances. Leicester took a while to get on top of Norwich and were grateful to Kasper Schmeichel and the woodwork for keeping the Canaries out. However, the Foxes finished strongly thanks to Jamie Vardy’s double and a James Maddison strike, so they are worth sticking with at Vicarage Road in our Premier League predictions.

Everton to beat Brentford @ 2.1

The Toffees aren’t completely out of danger yet but 11 points from six outings has put them in a much healthier position. That good run of results features home wins over Manchester United and Chelsea. Frank Lampard will have been frustrated by some wasteful finishing in a goalless stalemate at Watford but was still “relatively happy” with the performance, including some neat build-up play. Brentford have been a breath of fresh air this term but will obviously lack Everton’s hunger and desire here.

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